Hey folks! It’s been a long time since 💀my last restaurant review💀 but, today, I’m coming to you from all the way out in london’s trendy soho district to feature the craziest establishment that I’ve ever seen.
HipChips – A sit down or take away restaurant dedicated to providing the most gourmet version imaginable of a dish that I call “chips and dips”. But no, there aren’t any wide fries here. Every slice of potato is a wafer-thin crisp with a tonne of crunch.
It’s not usually a complex or well-balanced meal but it’s a darn good snack and I’m ever so curious to see what they’ve done to improve it. To spice it up, if you will.
And alright, they’ve provided a free lunch to entice me in but, honestly, I doubt I could have stayed away anyway. It’s just such a wild idea for an eatery!
Hey folks, it’s sunday and time for another recipe but, as I mentioned in my thursday post, I’ve not been at my wellest this month. In fact, at my worst, I was physically incapable of keeping down anything with a strong flavour.
Yet, as much of an inconvenience as that was, I don’t bring it up just to whine at you. I’m mentioning it because that time led me to appreciate the delicacy of vanilla, egg and nutmeg in a custard tart – The british dish on which today’s little dessert is based. The starting point, if you will, for the recipe that follows.
But, much as I’ve come to love that pudding, this one’s a little bit different and it contains, as you might expect, my own chilli twist.
What you might not expect, though, is the source of that twist: The sonoran desert between the US and mexico. Home of the wild “chiltepin” pepper.
Hey folks, it’s the last weekend of the month and that means that it’s recipe time!
This month, however, I’m splitting my recipe in two. A post for 🔥 the vodka that I’m using as a heat source 🔥 and then this one for the main recipe.
And, also unlike my other recipes, I’m going to recommend that you don’t read on unless you’re above legal drinking age. This one uses alcohol and, while we will be setting fire to it, that only increases any risks.
It certainly won’t all burn off or evaporate like the rum in Dorset Chilli Shop’s lava cake.
If, however, the idea of spiced, flaming panna cotta with a burnt sugar topping appeals to you and you’re old enough to at least feign responsibility, go right on ahead.