Salad Rules: Lessons in Greek

To be clear, I am not Greek. I have also never been to Greece. But when my parents came back from Greece, they said that my Greek salad was the closest they have ever gotten to being back. That is my only source of authority here. In Greek, “Greek Salad” is called horiatiki. Apparently this…

Beef up your Bangers and Mash

These post-Brexit times are troubling. Sooth your soul and creating this fantastic dish with minimal ingredients. It is super satisfying when consumed with a pint on a rainy day wearing a wool sweater. This recipe for bangers and mash has a couple of tricks up its sleeve. First off, there is MARMITE in it! Talk…

Make the Veggies Happy: Curry Roasted Squash

Squash is something that does not belong in your fridge. But it is tasty, and I want you to know how to make it. Sweet, hearty winter squashes are my favorite because they are damn near indestructible and super versatile – they’re great in soups, curries, as a puree and on pasta. Even better, they…

Roasting Chicken: Befriend your Bird

My family tries to cook outside as much as possible, even in the winter. This is because the house does not get as hot, and the fact that the barbeque can be used for a whole bunch of things. Probably the best food you can cook that demonstrates the diversity of a grill is a…

The Golden Salad Dressing Ratio

  I never buy salad dressing and neither should you. It is expensive, full of sugar and chemicals, and not worth your time. It also makes everything taste like shitty oil. I want to show you The Golden Salad Dressing Ratio. All salad dressings can really be broken down into five major components. With this “Golden…