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It's official! borough market demo on 25 July It's official! borough market demo on 25 July By Marmaduke Scarlet 07/22/14 00:59 Borough Market tweet: it's official! It's official! The tweet is out! Borough Market have just confirmed my appearance in their demo kitchen on Friday 25 July, from 12 noon until 2 pm. I shall be cooking a feast of magical Malaysian food, sharing my love...
Spanish moorish skewers: pinchos morunos Spanish moorish skewers: pinchos morunos By Marmaduke Scarlet 07/13/14 21:51 Pinchos morunos (Spanish Moorish skewers) No country or its people particularly like being invaded by another, unless I suppose it is by friendly, high-spending tourists. But one of the things I love about looking at the history of food and the different...
What's in season: july What's in season: july By Marmaduke Scarlet 07/04/14 22:17 Clematis - london july 2014 I get so excited in July. If June is a dreamy, soft focus kind of month in muted pink. Then July is bright and full of sunshine colours with food to match. But this year, I have even more things to be excited about. If you weren't...
Mango with sweet chilli and lime dipping salt - a heavenly taste of the far east Mango with sweet chilli and lime dipping salt - a heavenly taste of the far east By Marmaduke Scarlet 06/25/14 01:37 Mango with sweet chilli and lime dipping salt I always seem to buy either mangoes or papayas that aren't quite ripe. I know that you are supposed to gently squeeze them - if they give slightly then they are ripe; if they still feel firm (like a crisp apple)...
Nasturtium pesto Nasturtium pesto By Marmaduke Scarlet 06/22/14 21:57 Nasturtium pesto My neighbourhood was a riot of colourful nasturtiums, that have self-seeded in any nook and cranny they can find. It was a bright spot in what is normally a somewhat grey patch of inner city London. Local mothers walking their children...
Labneh cheese balls Labneh cheese balls By Marmaduke Scarlet 06/18/14 23:59 From left to right : labneh rolled in sumac, in crushed nuts (a mixture of toasted sesame seeds and peanuts), and in Aleppo pepper. Have you ever thought about making your own cheese, but worried that you don't have the right gear; that it's too difficult...
Beetroot and lentil spicy kofta Beetroot and lentil spicy kofta By Marmaduke Scarlet 06/03/14 19:03 Beetroot and lentil spicy kofta Since I decided that I liked beetroot, I have become pretty evangelical about the stuff. These days I am making up for wasted beetroot opportunities, or the “lost Beta Vulgaris years” as I now regard them. These vegetarian...
What's in season: june What's in season: june By Marmaduke Scarlet 06/02/14 02:14 June elderflowers The Elder Fairy When the days have grown in length, When the sun has greater power, Shining in his noonday strength; When the Elder Tree's in flower; When each shady kind of place By the stream and up the lane, Shows it's mass of creamy...
Nutty beetroot, nashi pear and carrot salad Nutty beetroot, nashi pear and carrot salad By Marmaduke Scarlet 05/12/14 12:01 Nutty beetroot, nashi pear and carrot salad Salads don't have to be boring. I feel a spot of singing coming on; "all things bright and beautiful"! This rather sums up both how gorgeous and vibrant this salad looks and rather sums up how it tastes too. For...
Roasted vegetable frittata Roasted vegetable frittata By Marmaduke Scarlet 05/10/14 01:30 Roasted vegetable frittata There is an advert on the telly at the moment for a well-known food brand. It irritates me for a number of reasons, not least because it is twee and patronising. (That the company in question have hash tagged it with #cosy, probably...
Dragons' eggs (or chinese tea eggs) Dragons' eggs (or chinese tea eggs) By Marmaduke Scarlet 05/08/14 14:32 Chinese tea eggs My family was divided as to what the strange, mottled boiled eggs that were sold at various corner grocers shops and hawker stalls in Kuala Lumpur were called. My mother and little brother were convinced that they these were tiny dinosaur...
Malaysian chicken satay Malaysian chicken satay By Marmaduke Scarlet 05/07/14 15:02 Malaysian chicken satay Campbell Road in downtown Kuala Lumpur in the 1970s was where the best hawker food was. It was where my father and I indulged in our passion for noodles and satay. At 10 cents a stick, you would order batches of five or six sticks...
What's in season: may What's in season: may By Marmaduke Scarlet 05/02/14 21:40 Springtime nasturtiums May has got off to a bit of a grey start - the sky over London is a murky shade of gunmetal. Although when I step out into my garden, or walk along the lane to the main road, there are spots of colour everywhere, from bluebells and...
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...
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