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Burger from the ground up

By On October 19, 2015

I’ll start by quoting Wikipedia: “There have been many claims about the origin of the hamburger. The earliest known report in a newspaper is from July 5, 1896, when the Chicago Daily Tribune made… Read More


Pressure cooked baked beans with amazing 24 hour flatbread

By On August 2, 2015

I love baked beans. I love fresh bread, despite people saying low-carb diets is the name of the game. So how about the richest bean and bacon stew you’ve ever had, with… Read More


La pasta alla carbonara del futuro

By On July 14, 2014

A classic carbonara is simply pasta (often spaghetti) mixed with fried guanciale or pancetta, together with its fat, raw eggs and pecorino cheese. The name is derived from carbonaro, which means charcoal burner. It’s said that the… Read More

Food Stuff


By On May 16, 2014

Pig is good. And perhaps the most popular part of it is so beliked that it’s traded as a commodity on itself at the Chicago Commodity Exchange. I am of course talking… Read More


Liquoriced bacon salad

By On April 23, 2014

Have you ever had Chinese spare ribs? They taste really meaty, an the secret to that is star anis and fennel. Both of which contain anethole. Anethole is an organic aromatic compound that… Read More