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Kill the Pig Kill the Pig By northbysudouest 06/10/13 17:20 Friends have a couple of pigs. They’ve plunged into life in France head-first; a tumbledown, do-er-up-er farm house in the middle of nowhere; kids, chickens, veg plot, pigs. It’s good to have a challenge... I’ve volunteered to help them dispose of the bodies...
Tanjia Tanjia By northbysudouest 02/01/13 13:31 It’s hot in North Africa in August. The month of Ramadan, while interesting and impressive to witness, is perhaps not the best time to travel to the Maghreb in search of foodist inspiration. A sunny day on the Andalucía coast, a broken car window and a...
Grande Randonée Grande Randonée By northbysudouest 09/04/12 13:51 Holidays have come at last and I need a break to take a deep breath before the self-employment adventure. The GR10 is an epic footpath through the valleys, villages and mountain passes of the French Pyrenees from Hendaye on the Atlantic coast to Banyuls...
The Rock The Rock By northbysudouest 07/08/12 15:09 I've given up the day job. Three years as a Charcutier and it's time for a new challenge. I'm a businessman now! I’ve decided to launch myself as a cuisinier à domicile – a private chef. My plan is to cook for other people like I cook for myself. On a classy...
Gone Veggie Gone Veggie By northbysudouest 05/23/12 17:26 Vegetarian friends have come to stay for the week, which pretty much makes me a vegetarian. For the week. They’ve picked a good time to come. We’re into late spring and there’s plenty of nice stuff about. The asparagus has already peaked, but there’s been...
Boudin Noir Boudin Noir By northbysudouest 04/29/12 19:32 Every so often, on my trudge to work in the half light, I remember to look up. The looming panorama of Pyrenees never fails to give a little surge of pleasure which sits giddily with my early morning grumpiness. Sometimes I remember that I mustn’t miss...
Steamed sponge pudding with my mum’s marmalade. And Custard Steamed sponge pudding with my mum’s marmalade. And Custard By northbysudouest 04/16/12 11:39 I’ve finally got round to doing that sponge pudding with themarmalade I made in January. It turned out belter! Light, sticky, tangy andsweeeet. I served it for a wine and food evening last week. The Frenchguests apparently expressed concern that English...
Lucky Peach Lucky Peach By northbysudouest 04/09/12 13:33 I’ve recently stumbled across toilet reading. I wasn’tmorally opposed. It just seemed unnecessary: what could be more relaxing thanhaving a good old poo? Why supersize the experience? (I have dabbled in privy guitarplaying – because Jimmy Hendrix supposedly...
Mullet Mullet By northbysudouest 03/24/12 17:59 I went fishing again on Monday; a pastime that has the abilityto make me feel uniquely foolish. In spite of this – or maybe even because ofit – I came home with a couple of beauties! The grey mullet looks like a softy. Seaweed eating, with bigrubbery lips,...
Donostia. a Fiesta of Pescado Donostia. a Fiesta of Pescado By northbysudouest 03/16/12 22:18 A foodist holiday in North-West Spain is a mixed bag. Ours steeredclear of the posh places, which, I expect, run the full spectrum from simplywonderful to should-have-been-a-lot-more-bloody-wonderful. One day we’ll go toa crazy, fancy, Basque food-cathedral...
A bit nipsville A bit nipsville By northbysudouest 03/02/12 22:33 We’ve had a fortnight of serious cold, which as I sit downto write about warming food, appears to have abruptly ended. The beautifullyodd frozen fountain on the 18th century square where we live hasmelted without me having got round to taking a photo. It...
Se faire plaisir Se faire plaisir By northbysudouest 02/13/12 18:31 On this day in the past I'vefollowed Fergus Henderson's suggestion and had devilled kidneys for breakfast -a spectacular treat for me, especially here in France, where lamb's kidneys arenot cheap. Dredged in flour, flash fried, supercharged with mustard,...
Ceviche for breakfast Ceviche for breakfast By northbysudouest 02/04/12 14:03 Day two of the hangover and we need to do something. Ialways look forward to a fishing trip, although the excitement is diluted by novice-nervesand the goading of rationality, which confidently predicts frustration – buthey, you never know! We have lived...
My Mum's Marmalade My Mum's Marmalade By northbysudouest 01/27/12 15:00 Seville oranges are in the market. It’s time to makemarmalade. The season is short so it’s now or next year. I’m not a big fan ofmarmalade – or any jam – on toast, but Dot is, and I think it’s cool so I liketo make it. This attitude has got me into trouble...
A bum A bum By northbysudouest 01/24/12 14:58 There is the odd perk to my job. This does not include having hands that do dishes feel as soft as my face (with 24hrs of stubble). No, I get to eat what the boss throws away! Honestly, this is a good thing... Mind you, my boss doesn't throw much away....
Woke up this mornin Woke up this mornin By northbysudouest 01/22/12 13:53 Emptiness has come into my life. I saw it coming. Maybe forthe rest of the world it’s been over for years, but I kept my head in theclouds – I’m pleased I managed to... But what do I do now? We’ve just watched the final episode of The Sopranos on DVD. Abittersweet...
Curried Mackerel for tea Curried Mackerel for tea By northbysudouest 01/04/12 16:25 We don't eat anything like as much fish as we should; it's just so expensive. Fortunately for the stingey there is always mackerel. I've recently rediscovered an excellent fishmonger's that I had bimbled past one day when we first arrived. It's taken me...
T'is the season T'is the season By northbysudouest 12/26/11 11:36 My hands are fucked. They seem to go through phases offragility. At the moment I only need to look at a shard of chicken bone forthem to split open in a variety of annoying and painful nooks, hand-picked byjudge Sod for their spiteful unpreparedness to...
Makin' his list Makin' his list By northbysudouest 12/23/11 21:51 We are gearing up. Did you know that black truffles from Perigord are wholesaling at €1,000 a kilo? I burnt through at least a ton*on myown yesterday. For this year’s fêtes,like every year, we will shift somewhere in the region of 100 kilos of foiegras....
Namaste नमस्ते Namaste नमस्ते By northbysudouest 12/19/11 15:12 This week I have mainly been watching Manjula’s Kitchen. I have become a sadfan... I love her! Manjulais a North Indian vegetarian living in America who welcomes you into herkitchen on one of the more interesting corners of the internet. I was lookingfor...
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