Who can resist a chicken curry? My 10 Best Chicken Curry Recipes celebrate my favourite, fail-safe recipes, guaranteed to satisfy any curry craving. Curry night in my house can be any/every night of the week and to keep life easier, I turn to the most versatile protein. Chicken curry is the best!
Chicken – the star of any curry
In my opinion, some of the best curry dishes from around the world highlight chicken as the star. It’s also my favourite meat to use. Chicken cooks faster than pork, beef, lamb or Read more
My 18 Delicious Marinades from Around the World is the ultimate guide to show you how different cultures create complex and mouthwatering flavour combinations to their dishes. And the good news is it’s not difficult!
Marination of a Nation
When it comes to building flavour in a dish, countries around the Globe have all being doing the same thing for Centuries. Soaking food (predominantly meat and seafood) before cooking, to help tenderise and enhance the natural flavour before cooking. Different countries use different ingredients, but they all share a common goal: To. Make. Food. Taste. Read more
Hello everyone. I am ‘name of Shirley’ and I am the daughter of Lee and Brendan. Lee, my web manager, makes this blog and is very very extremely lovely. I allow him a hobby that isn’t me. He makes sure I always have food and heats it up in the magic heat box for 30 seconds because he knows cold food makes me shiver.
Here’s my profile page that my Daddy arranged so that you can get to know me better and learn all about my luxurious life. Love Shirley 👅
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Out of my Top 10 Local Eats in Las Vegas, only one is on The Strip. For anyone, like me, who lives in Vegas, dining on the strip is a rarity. it’s expensive. In fact I’d go as far as to say it’s daylight robbery. And you know what! You don’t need to eat there to experience top-notch cuisine.
As you probably know, I’m all about ethnic cuisine and will travel for good Authentic food that I don’t have to pay an arm and a leg for. I’d rather spend $100 on fuel to get me to the restaurant Read more
Cook Eat Blog returns! I’m back from the dead people! It was 13 years ago that I first started cookeatblog, then called ‘What You Having For Your Tea’. After scrapping that title, mostly due to being very long and annoying to type out I settled on the name Cook Eat Blog. The name spawned from a half-baked pun of the similarly titled book. That said, it stuck and I happily blogged for the next 7 years, albeit a hobby blog but accumulated a loyal following along the way.
Blinded by the Light
It was after a surprise move Read more