The Curry Guy – A cookbook review

I enjoy eating and cooking Indian food. The chapati flatbread is a home favorite, I love naan and dishes with paneer (e.g. saag paneer) tend to turn out well. That said though, I’ve never really managed to make those true Indian curries. Dishes such as butter chicken or rogan josh just …

Brilliant Bread – A cookbook review

I am not a fan of the Great British Bake-off, to be honest, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a complete episode, maybe I should! But thanks to a Great British Bake-off lover, I did get my hands on the book Brilliant Bread, written by James Morton, participant of the …

Afternoon tea at the Bel & the Dragon

Once I figured out the difference between a high and afternoon tea, I made sure to enjoy a ‘real’ afternoon tea while visiting the UK. England has a couple a great little towns through which you can go for a walk and admire all the old buildings and thinking about …

Book tip: On Food and Cooking – Harold McGee

Food Science covers so many topics, from meat to apples, to marshmallow, to herbs, to chocolate milk. Everything you eat can somehow be analyzed from a scientific perspective as well. And that’s just exactly what makes this book so amazing. It covers just about any topic related to food science. …