Based on a recipe on Jamie Oliver's Food Tube. Healthy and hot.
Made this little pud the other night. It's fast and pretty good as a cheesecake. Give it a shot.
I had curry cravings. Weird. But true. Anyway, this is what I made. It's based on a recipe from BBC Good Food and it's pretty good given how easy it is.
What the Wine Society notes say:
Ripe, soft, plummy, generously flavoured Chilean carmenère, and a members' favourite of some years. Discovering good, inexpensive wines of this quality is a rare event. What is remarkable about the Lascar wines is that they taste far more expensive and sophisticated than they have a right to, considering the price.
What we say:
Elena and I had a lovely supper with this one. It was one of those improvised meals with some tortellini, plenty of lovely bread, some cheese and a mud cake pud thing. Good stuff.
It's quite heavy but perfectly drinkable. I think we both agree when we say it was nice with blue cheese. Not my favourite but nothing wrong with it at all - had a fantastic evening.
Muv and I made a green smoothie. It wasn't horrible. It was green. It was healthy. If you've got any other ideas, get in touch. The jar came from Elena and is pretty funky I think. We got talking to John last night and he explained he was super keen on all these healthy smoothies as he's got a NutriBullet; I don't have one so we just used a blender. Seemed to do the trick.
So this is one of my favourite little places to eat in London. It's very close to Covent Garden and Leicester Square. I've never had a bad meal here. It's not meant to be fantastic cuisine - it's a fun place to go. It's pretty cheap and easy to get to. Thoroughly recommend.
Elena and I went earlier this week and had a lovely meal. In terms of food, she went for the salmon pasta thing and I had something with venison. Both tasted great. And the brownie was pretty good for pud!
Find their details here: www.spaghettihouse.co.uk/restaurants/cranbourn_street/
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This recipe is roughly based on a recipe by young Jamie Oliver. It's not exactly the same - I've student-ified it a bit but I have to say I thought it was pretty good. I didn't end up adding any cheese but reckon that some parmesan wouldn't go amiss. White wine, rocket and prawns. A bit of spice as we add half a chilli. Really good.
Elena and I went here for brunch and thought it was awesome. It's great value and you get loads of food. You have to go. The coffee was also pretty good!
We both had the Full English. It came to less than £17 for the both of us. Nice atmosphere and the lady who was serving was super on it. Definitely going back sometime.
My big problem with baking is often that I end up eating everything I cook. Not good. However, this is great as it's just one cookie so you don't feel too guilty! And it's not a microwave thing so it is actually proper baking! Try it. Or this.
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