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Stay Well Soup Stay Well Soup By eat-tori 02/24/15 02:08 Who has time to be sick these days? Once upon a time, it was a release. A physical reprieve from routine. Poor fortune disguised as an invitation to retreat under the duvet with the television remote, a box set and a pot of tea. Sick was never fun, but...
OscarsFeast 2015 OscarsFeast 2015 By eat-tori 02/16/15 23:18 Here it is, a feast inspired by each of the best picture nominees for this year’s Academy Awards. May your Oscars be golden. The Imitation Game Recipe and reason here The Theory of Everything Recipe and reason here Selma Recipe and reason here Whiplash...
S’mores Birthday Cake – Boyhood S’mores Birthday Cake – Boyhood By eat-tori 02/16/15 05:45 The Film: The Dish: The Reason: We celebrate the advent of years with birthday cakes. Unlike Richard Linklater’s opus ‘Boyhood’, this particular project won’t take twelve summers to complete. Our delight in watching Mason (Ellar Coltrane) physically age...
Hunter’s Lamb Kebabs with Hummous and Flatbreads – American Sniper Hunter’s Lamb Kebabs with Hummous and Flatbreads – American Sniper By eat-tori 02/16/15 05:20 The Film: The Dish: The Reason: The most lethal sniper in US history, Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) is brought up to believe; ‘There are three types of people in this world: sheep, wolves, and sheepdogs’. It’s the job of sheepdogs like him to protect the...
Chicken Under a Brick with Gin Mayo – Birdman Chicken Under a Brick with Gin Mayo – Birdman By eat-tori 02/15/15 23:20 The Film: The Dish: The Reason: Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton) can’t escape the black cloak of Birdman. The comic book character who was once his ticket to fame is now a mocking spectre, haunting any attempt to rehabilitate his artistic image and egging...
Courtesan au Chocolat – Grand Budapest Hotel Courtesan au Chocolat – Grand Budapest Hotel By eat-tori 02/14/15 23:22 The Film: The Dish: The Reason: “From the far away land of Zubrowka there lived a legendary pâtissier: Herr Mendl. He created a pastry that would captivate Zubrowka’s people for generations. Upon his passing his will stated that the recipe was never to...
Chicken Drumsticks with Blistered Pepper Dipping Sauce – Whiplash Chicken Drumsticks with Blistered Pepper Dipping Sauce – Whiplash By eat-tori 02/12/15 01:19 The Film: The Dish: The Reason: How far is too far to be pushed towards greatness? It’s a question that will plague you after viewing the torment that Terence Fletcher (J.K Simmons) throws at aspiring jazz percussionist Andrew Neimann (Miles Teller) in...
Semolina Grits with Mushroom Pecan Crumble – Selma Semolina Grits with Mushroom Pecan Crumble – Selma By eat-tori 02/08/15 23:12 The Film: The Dish: The Reason: If you’re going to embark on a 54 mile protest march from Selma to Montgomery, you’re going to need a decent breakfast. If you’re going to agitate for a Voting Rights Act in the face of racist terror, you’re going to want...
Pea Soup with Potato Thyme Cream – The Theory of Everything Pea Soup with Potato Thyme Cream – The Theory of Everything By eat-tori 02/02/15 04:54 The Film: The Dish: The Reason: If you can easily trace Stephen Hawking’s (Eddie Redmayne) theories of time and relativity, feel free to skip ahead to the recipe at the bottom. If like the rest of us you benefit from the relationship between space and quantum...
Alphabet Gulyassuppe (Gulash Soup) – The Imitation Game Alphabet Gulyassuppe (Gulash Soup) – The Imitation Game By eat-tori 01/27/15 04:47 It’s that time of year again. OscarsFeast has started! Please excuse the break in regular slow carb programming for some escapist delights. First cab off the rank of the eight films nominated for Best Picture in 2015; The Film: The Dish: The Reason: Mathematician...
Five Hour Lamb with Olives and Goji Berries Five Hour Lamb with Olives and Goji Berries By eat-tori 01/20/15 04:23 If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it. So long as one of the things they’re busy with isn’t minding small people. Last Monday I had the first solid, solo day of work in 17 and a half months, thanks to Will’s debut at daycare. Every Monday...
Flourless Blueberry Banana Bread Flourless Blueberry Banana Bread By eat-tori 01/12/15 06:06 Back to the daily grind. Holidays are hard to leave behind, even if they’re largely spent in your own home. In your future memories, you skim over the gritty bits. You forget the morning march of ants stalking the watermelon you’re slicing in the kitchen....
Five Best Things i Ate This Summer Five Best Things i Ate This Summer By eat-tori 01/06/15 03:19 We’re back. For the first time in 12 months The Hungry One was able to escape. We shut down our computers. We celebrated Christmas properly (in multiple ways and on multiple days). We got in the car and drove down to Berry for some green grass and big sky...
Chocolate Walnut and Honey Torte Chocolate Walnut and Honey Torte By eat-tori 12/22/14 08:50 Is there such a thing as bad cake? It’s a contradiction in terms; like a bad holiday. (Nb, if you’re very busy and important and just want a short spiel about the torte and the recipe, jump to the bottom). I’ve been turning to the comfort of crumbs a bit...
Pea, Ham and Edamame Soup Pea, Ham and Edamame Soup By eat-tori 12/15/14 10:13 Drafted: 1.45 pm, Monday 15 December. Sydney. Comfort food means different things to different people. In this house, it’s pea and ham soup. It’s mild and coddling, thrifty and reliable. As long as there’s a tupperware of it in the freezer, I feel that...
Lighter, Swifter (flourless) Christmas Cake Lighter, Swifter (flourless) Christmas Cake By eat-tori 12/08/14 23:46 It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas- there are toys all over the floor. But the prettiest sight I’ll see, is the cake that I will eat, when we close the baby’s door. Once upon a time Christmas preparation was all about civility. There were carefully...
Flourless Coconut Lemon Curd Layer Cake Flourless Coconut Lemon Curd Layer Cake By eat-tori 12/02/14 04:50 A special occasion calls for a special cake. Ten years ago, I was put in charge of sourcing such a dessert. It was for my sister’s wedding. She had just started a new job and moved back home from the other side of the world. She had perfectly planned her...
Red Lentil and Chard Dal Red Lentil and Chard Dal By eat-tori 11/25/14 05:47 There are times to pull your belt in. Late November is one of those times. Christmas is just waiting to shimmy across the threshold with all of its excesses in tow. I’m talking mince pies. Stocking stuffers. Celebratory negronis (let’s not forget that hot...
Blueberry Quinoa Cookies Blueberry Quinoa Cookies By eat-tori 11/18/14 09:36 Has it always been this hard to get it right? (Firstly, for those of you who find my habit of writing a missive about life and how it connects to what I’m cooking tiresome, feel free to jump straight to the recipe at the bottom). Right, back to it then....
Tomato, Tarragon and Sweet Onion Salad Tomato, Tarragon and Sweet Onion Salad By eat-tori 11/11/14 04:40 Some things are acquired tastes. Learning to appreciate them is like adolescence; it can be a spotty time, but once you’re through to the other side, a new horizon stretches out. For me those tastes anything bitter and things with aniseed notes. The bite...
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