I’ve bored everyone rigid with the finer details of my imagined emporium – still haven’t got it going though. On this long journey of not really doing much but cooking, eating and travelling when I can, I thought I’d share my gastronomic ramblings, and particularly my passion for British seafood and the industry. I might share a restaurant tip or a recipe along the way…
I recently received some great seafood training at Billingsgate Seafood School and they are the original inspiration for my blogging – my deli (imaginary deli say my friends) will feature fresh seafood in abundance.
The title of my ramblings refers to a trip to Thailand and a recommended restaurant that we consistently failed to find until the last day…when we struck gold. If ever you are in search of a fantastic Massaman Curry, and you happen to be in Phuket, why not go in search of the catfish café yourself? Only don’t tell anyone I told you about it because we don’t want to spoil it!
One of the crazier decisions of myself and my other half was to buy a broken down property in the French Pyrenees 10 years ago – in a fit of “we can’t afford to buy in London we might as well go to France” a decision that has been yet another saga in our ramshackle lives – but oh my god the food, the produce, the markets, the crazy neighbours, eccentric builders….read on?
NB: The photographs on this site are taken by us.