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The last supper?!...

After much practice and grinding of spices our Indian Odyssey supperclub, inspired by Rich Stein’s beautiful book from last year, was finally upon us this weekend. 1,197 more words

Underground Dining

Lost in Translation - Crustaceans grill Pfizer

New Scientist published a research  article in February about whether invertebrates feel pain, and I for one would like to congratulate them on publishing a non-sensationalist article about pain mechanisms. 694 more words

Pain

I dream of Cornwall

Rugged coast, cozy pubs, lots of sunshine. It may have taken an entire day to get there, but it was most definitely worth it. Our road trip to England began at 7:30 in the morning—that’s right, … 390 more words

Holidays

Keeping things up to date

Just thought I’d write a quick update of the week. Nothing fancy, just so that I can say that I have written something this week. So far I finally managed to get meet up with some of my friends back home as they slowly drifted back from their respective uni’s. 397 more words

Sizzling Prawns with Garlic, Chilli & Olive Oil - Gambas al ajillo

This is the same dish as Prawns Pil-Pil which you get in restaurants all over Spain. Ordinary food but absolutely delicious. Don’t forget some crusty bread to mop up the oil. 175 more words

Food

Craving for Curry

I’ve neglected Indian food big time lately. Which makes me very sad. It was my first love when I learned to cook in my own kitchen and it means a great deal to me. 1,370 more words

Jo Cooks

April Menu - Dinner at the Manor's Indian Odyssey

Coming up next weekend is our final event before we take our hiatus from events at the Manor! We’ve been engrossed in Rick Stein’s India for the past month and recipe testing non stop to create a menu which we hope will introduce some of our guests to the delights of regional Indian cuisine. 25 more words

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