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Eggs fried with breadcrumbs and herbs Eggs fried with breadcrumbs and herbs By Marmaduke Scarlet 04/22/14 21:59 Eggs fried with breadcrumbs and herbs The first time I had these eggs I experienced something of a hallelujah moment; I couldn't make up my mind whether to get down on my knees to pray or just sing and dance around the kitchen. (I settled for singing and...
Egg sambal (malaysian spicy eggs) Egg sambal (malaysian spicy eggs) By Marmaduke Scarlet 04/20/14 15:11 Egg sambal I don't have a bucket list. If I did, it would be more likely to be a big, fat cauldron - a list of fabulous things that I must eat or cook before I die. Recently I cooked something that I can now cross off my cauldron list, one that I would...
What's in season: april What's in season: april By Marmaduke Scarlet 04/04/14 17:14 Plum blossom from an elderly tree in my backgarden Always Marry An April Girl Praise the spells and bless the charms, I found April in my arms. April golden, April cloudy, Gracious, cruel, tender, rowdy; April soft in flowered languor, April cold with sudden...
Wild leek, lemongrass and chilli paste Wild leek, lemongrass and chilli paste By Marmaduke Scarlet 03/22/14 18:28 Wild leek, lemongrass and chilli paste The old adage that my mother used to drum in to me was "Rachel, don't play with your food!" In those far off days I probably heeded her eventually, little angel that I pretended to be. But these days I try to play...
A little time travel: kamut kisir A little time travel: kamut kisir By Marmaduke Scarlet 03/21/14 23:22 Kamut kisir The myths behind the whole grain, Khorasan Wheat (Kamut), are the food equivalent of an Indiana Jones-type boys own story; rediscovered in the tomb of an Egyptian pharaoh, the ancient grains were sent to the US and replanted by a farmer in Montana....
In memory of my father: seafood laksa lemak (malaysian spicy coconut noodle soup) In memory of my father: seafood laksa lemak (malaysian spicy coconut noodle soup) By Marmaduke Scarlet 03/16/14 21:37 Seafood laksa lemak (Malaysian spicy coconut noodle soup) If you are regular reader of this blog, you will know that I often talk about my father, Henry, a larger-than-life character who taught me so much about how to eat and enjoy food, although not about...
What's in season: march What's in season: march By Marmaduke Scarlet 03/06/14 02:28 A riot of clematis in my garden Nigel Slater says that March is a terrible month for cooks, for the greedy and for those who take good care of their tummies; it is not often that I am forced to disagree with the Sainted Nigel, but things are really not...
Nothing says  i love you  like a heart-shaped potato Nothing says "i love you" like a heart-shaped potato By Marmaduke Scarlet 02/16/14 19:39 On a dark and stormy Valentine's night, my secret admirer left me a heart-shaped potato . . . and they say romance is dead!
Pearled spelt salad with kale and lemon-tahini dressing Pearled spelt salad with kale and lemon-tahini dressing By Marmaduke Scarlet 02/15/14 16:45 Pearled spelt salad with kale and l emon-tahini dressing Out shopping and I'm caught in a dilemma. Do I choose dark, sleek and elegant, or bright, frilly and frivolous? No I am not shopping for [whisper] unmentionables, but one of my favourite winter vegetables....
Caldo verde: portuguese pork, potato and kale soup Caldo verde: portuguese pork, potato and kale soup By Marmaduke Scarlet 02/15/14 00:18 Caldo verde (Portuguese pork, potato and kale soup) I feel as if I am working with a northern-accented voiceover at the moment: "Day 35 in the Marmaduke Scarlet house. Rachel is in the kitchen making soup again." You get the picture. I am continuing to...
In praise of damien trench: baked camembert In praise of damien trench: baked camembert By Marmaduke Scarlet 02/09/14 23:57 Baked camembert with garlic, rosemary and bacon My favourite radio food writer, Damien Trench, is back. He returns on Radio 4 for another series of his superlative programme, In and Out of the Kitchen. I have so missed his wise, fulsome words and unflappable...
An easy vegetarian curry (pea, egg and potato) An easy vegetarian curry (pea, egg and potato) By Marmaduke Scarlet 02/07/14 21:29 Pea, egg and potato curry I arrived at University several decades ago with a box of books, a suitcase of vintage clothing and a complete inability to cook. The days of me pouring over my copy of My Learn to Cook Book ended the moment I discovered boys,...
Celebrate chinese new year with dragon cookies (loong peng) Celebrate chinese new year with dragon cookies (loong peng) By Marmaduke Scarlet 02/05/14 23:11 Dragon cookies (loong peng) When Malaysian Chinese people found out that I was born in the Year of the Dragon, they cooed and petted me. "Pantai" (clever) they said. You will be very lucky, they said. Very auspicious. Noble, they said. (Annoying, bossy,...
What's in season: february What's in season: february By Marmaduke Scarlet 02/01/14 22:09 An orange for Chinese New Year It's raining. It's been raining constantly for months. It has been the wettest four weeks in over 100 years. My personal ark, (the good ship Get Stuffed) is about to be dragged out of the shed for her annual spring clean....
A winter warmer: felicity cloake's perfect borscht A winter warmer: felicity cloake's perfect borscht By Marmaduke Scarlet 01/31/14 23:54 Borscht soup In a bizarre reversal of the Goldilocks story, a couple in Siberia, spending a night in their holiday cottage, were disturbed by the sounds of breaking glass and the pitter-patter of enormous clawed feet. A bear was breaking and entering, encouraged...
Seafood chowder Seafood chowder By Marmaduke Scarlet 01/25/14 02:18 Seafood chowder For the foreseeable future I shall be cooking for a friend of mine who is quite unwell. But while Chris is poorly, he hasn't lost his appetite at all; just his usual ease in swallowing. Feeling a bit helpless, I offered to make him soup...
Blood orange and lime zinger Blood orange and lime zinger By Marmaduke Scarlet 01/23/14 01:18 Blood orange and lime zinger Now seems to be the season for healthy smoothies and fruit drinks, as well as pledges of alcohol abstinence. I have to admit that I am not much of a fan of smoothies, largely because most of the commercially available ones have...
Yotam ottolenghi's iranian vegetable stew with dried lime Yotam ottolenghi's iranian vegetable stew with dried lime By Marmaduke Scarlet 01/04/14 02:53 Iranian vegetable stew with dried lime If you were to look at an old-fashioned atlas, you would see Great Britain as a small island, surrounded by water (and probably the odd sea monster or mermaid, depending on the age of the map!). Clearly that is by...
What's in season: january What's in season: january By Marmaduke Scarlet 01/03/14 00:56 Orange clove pomander for the new year The object of a New Year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul and a new nose; new feet, a new backbone, new ears, and new eyes. Unless a particular man made New Year resolutions,...
Chorizo, nutella, sour cheese and pickled apple crostini Chorizo, nutella, sour cheese and pickled apple crostini By Marmaduke Scarlet 12/31/13 19:21 Chorizo and nutella crostini with pickled apples and labneh A few years ago I started to make a party canape that was essentially a crostini smeared with Nutella (chocolate hazelnut spread) and topped with a crisp slice of Spanish chorizo sausage. While...
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