By this time you’ve probably seen Chef Jacques Crusoe’s new cooking episode where he prepares the French classical dish of ‘Coq au Vin’! And if you’re anything like this person, you may be going on your 20th+ time viewing! 😉 So if you haven’t already, or want to watch for your 21st time.. check it… Read more!
Even after starring as the main attraction at WienerFest and posing for some cover-worthy pictures on the harvard planes in Part 1, I still had much to explore in Oxford County. The next day I was to get down and dirty helping out a local farm. I was especially excited to sit atop an iconic… Read more!
Now continuing on from Part 1 and Part 2 of my Europe trip, for Part 3 we continue in Italy. The first part of this post will be a real dessert recipe by the one-and-only Gino D’Acampo (who was also the voice of my previous cooking videos) but visually demonstrated by none other than Chef… Read more!
Continuing on from Part 1 in my Italian Series Cooking Videos, following the delicious recipes of our favorite chef (and Mum’s crush), Gino D’Acampo, in this episode Chef Crusoe prepares “tagliata di manzo” – which essentially means, sliced steak. All this is, of course, in preparation for my trip to Europe, where I’ll be spending… Read more!
Benvenuto to a very special blog post, featuring the first-ever cooking video by Chef Crusoe to be part of my Italian Series leading up to my trip to Italy (and Europe) in May 2015! And what’s different about this video is that it features the voice of Italian chef, Gino D’Acampo – who Mum is utterly… Read more!
Today is Mum and Dad’s anniversary, so as my gift to them I told them to choose the recipe of their choice from any one of my many fine leather-bound recipe books on my mahogany book shelf, and Chef Crusoe would make it. They picked ‘Slow-Cooked Lamb Shanks with Prunes‘. I don’t know what the… Read more!
Welcome to part 2 of my holiday blog posts! As you likely saw in part 1, our holidays didn’t get off to the best start. Things have only been getting better though, which makes us appreciate the good times all the more. Opening Presents Let me tell you, it seemed like forever for Christmas morning… Read more!
This post is about my recent double date night. Yet I must admit, it all started from a simple misunderstanding. You see, I very reasonably thought that a double date meant you go out on a date with two chicks – hence the “double”. It wasn’t until this text conversation with Mum that I clued… Read more!