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Phabulous Pho

I’m not quite sure how I’ve never really explored this before, as London now has Vietnamese eateries popping up all over the place like mushrooms in October, but the fact is that I had my first proper Pho only a few weeks ago. 165 more words

London

Kansas City BBQ Rib Sauce

As part of my birthday celebrations this year I decided to throw a bit of a US-style meat feast featuring things like brisket, ribs, wings, and cornbread. 297 more words

Recipes

The meal that started the obsession.

I recently developed an obsession with sausage & peppers. I had them at a catered event in Six Flags and then attempted to create a similar dish myself. 246 more words

Chef

October 3 (Dalek Day 276/365)

It’s a Friday night..and the Daleks are apparently feeling a bit saucy!

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Dalek

Dandelions n' Dungarees will make you squee!

It’s been awhile since I’ve sewn for little C.  Poor munchkin has been parading around in mismatched PJs and simple bodysuits for so long.  Good thing she is so cute people don’t pay attention to how badly I’ve been dressing her.   459 more words

Smoking Chipotle Pork and Mushrooms Chili

Tonight has been set aside for bottling my Very Pale Citra Ale.  The bottling process is rewarding- as it results in a potable intoxicant.  The undertaking is, however, rather tedious, in that cleanliness and sanitization are of paramount importance.  264 more words

Chili

Scotch Eggs

 17/09/2014

I recently had a trip to Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire and for those of you who know it, you’ll also know that no trip there is complete without a trip to the pork pie shop and the Dickinson Morris sausage shop next door. 457 more words

Frying

Megan Justice reblogged this on and commented:

This last week was a little bit nuts. We're getting ready to release the Meal Planning Board to Alpha, and I had a rather large project due at school. And we both had computer issues in working on our respective projects. Fortunately, the ballistic baker made these beautiful Scotch Eggs a couple of weeks ago, and I decided we needed to eat them. Sam obliged. He only boiled the eggs for 3 minutes before cooling them and then wrapping them in sausage. The egg itself was still runny, and made that delicious eggy sauce we love so much. I'm sure it would still be delicious with a medium or hard boiled egg at the end, though less saucy. Go forth and conquer something delicious!