The title of the post means that I finally found a job! After a year and 9 months of searching I am now working regular hours and loving it! As such I will be taking a 2 week break while my body and mind adjust to the new schedule. During that time I will be cooking and prepping new posts so I have a small stockpile of posts built up for times when I am working more overtime hours and less time to cook. I will be back to my regular 2 time a week posting on October 2nd. I love my blog, and sharing recipes with everyone and I promise you that I have some great recipes lined up to share when I get back. As always if you have a recipe you would like to see converted please send it to me and I will work it into the rotation. See you all soon!
1 small block (240g) Cheddar
1 small block (240g) Emmental
1 small block (240g) Gruyere
1 small bag(50g) grated Parmesan
1/2 a sleeve of Chili Crackers(or your favorite flavor)
2 ham steaks (or 2 boneless skinless chicken breasts)
1 small onion
2 tbsp butter
1 tbsp flour
2 chicken bullion cube
1 package (500g/1lb) macaroni noodles
2 tsp chili powder
5 small potatoes/590g potatoes
1/2 a medium onion/60g finely chopped onion
55g sweet pickles, (3 spears or 5 to 6 small gherkins) chopped small
55 g celery (1 to 2 spears, chopped small)
2 large hard boiled eggs chopped
1/2c/125 ml mayonnaise (I use the extra light version since I prefer the flavor)
1 tbsp mustard
1 tbsp pickle juice
a light dusting of cayenne pepper, paprika, and a small dash of salt and pepper.
1 Kg/2lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts
1c/215g Brown Sugar ( if you want it really spicy use light brown sugar, if you want it milder then use dark brown sugar)
1/2c/148ml hot sauce ( I use Franks Red Hot Original, but I think any Cayenne based hot sauce would work)
1/3c/80ml Worcestershire Sauce
2 tsp chili powder (heaping)
2 tsp onion powder (heaping)
2tsp cayenne powder (heaping)
2 tsp paprika (heaping)
Last weekend we went to an event it London called Hyper Japan. We had a ton of fun, saw some amazing things and most importantly ate some amazing food. While I haven’t had a chance to recreate the recipes I tried I will link to the recipes and in some cases YouTube videos on how to make them.
Here is the recipe for these amazingly tasty morsels. Takoyaki, this recipe comes from the Japan Centre that is based in London. You can also source the ingredients for all the recipes I will talk about from them as well (they have international shipping).
Here is the video on YouTube on how to make them.