Fish n’ Chips is a popular dish on menus all over the world. According to Wikipedia, it was first introduced into Great Britain’s working classes during the 16th century by Jewish refugees from Portugal and Spain who referred to it as ‘pescado frito’ (fried fish).
This month, the Creative Cooking Crew is challenged to reinterpret this iconic dish and make it our own — take it “some place it’s never been before”. Continue Reading
We’ve got a really great round-up this month.
For the March challenge, we stepped ‘out of the box’ — not that the Creative Cooking Crew has ever been boxed in. We took our love of creating interesting food items and paired them with boozy cocktails that were conjured up as a special pairing for our chosen canapés (or vice versa). Continue Reading
What is a burger really?
The classic and simplest version is a protein patty (usually ground beef) on a bun with a condiment and generally a fresh element, like a piece of lettuce or tomato. Oh yes, there’s often cheese. But it doesn’t end there; the more creative and expensive the restaurant, the wider the variety. This month’s challenge was to take a burger someplace it’s never been before. To create something not likely to wind up on the ‘Mickey D’ menu board. Continue Reading
We tackled leftovers in this month’s challenge. You know, what to do with this and that … and how to repurpose leftovers so you’re not just eating the same thing over and over again. Click on the various links to see the genesis and transformation of these dishes.
We hope we inspire you to get creative and have fun in the kitchen. Continue Reading