Kabuki Restaurant in Brussels

It was my 2nd time returning to Kabuki… and the 2nd time we got told that we could not sit at the sushi train (conveyor belt) because we didn’t have a reservation… you think that the first time would have been enough for me to remember to make a reservation right? Well – in all fairness – the first time we went, it was a Saturday evening and the restaurant was pumping… but the second time was a Wednesday evening at 7pm, when the seats around the sushi train were half empty and remained this way.

This is what I call – clever tactics – on the restaurants part – because only if you sit at the actual sushi train can you partake in their “all you can eat sushi buffet” for 21,80€ per adult  – however if you are seated in the rest of the restaurant, then you need to order directly off their menu.

*sigh*

that will teach me to make a proper reservation next time!

anyhoo – Michelle (of Very Hungry Explorer) and I made our way through the restaurant to our table – and settled down to decide on what to eat. Interior decor is what you could expect in a large Japanese restaurant – with teppanyaki tables interspersed between normal dining tables (with the obligatory kimono at the teppanyaki stations for patrons to wear)

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I ordered some GYOZA (5 dumplings that have been fried on one side = 7,30€), plus a portion of TEMPURA ROLLS (tempura prawns, avo, cucumber & mayonnaise in a california roll = 8.40€) and finally – a portion of EDAMAME BEANS (soya beans = 4.80€)

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While Michelle opted for one of their BENTO box offerings – Miso soup, sushi plate, tempura prawn/veggies, rice, and a selection of skewers (calamari, veggie, chicken) followed by green tea ice-cream.

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Would I go back? Hmm… only if I remembered to make a reservation for their sushi train – otherwise, I find them a tad on the expensive side. Even though the food is tasty – there are loads of other Japanese restaurants in Brussels with better value offerings. Service is a bit hit & miss – the staff are friendly & speak multiple languages (including English) but once you place your order – the food arrives almost instantaneously & then the staff seem to disappear… so trying to get someones attention for a drinks refill or to ask for the bill becomes a bit of a hide-n-seek game.

Kabuki

address: Rue de Marché aux Poulets 32, 1000, Brussels, BELGIUM

telephone: +32 2 218 8696

http://www.restaurant-kabuki.be

Soul (Bio Restaurant in Brussels)

Recently – I got the chance to visit SOUL restaurant (near Grand Sablon) in Brussels for dinner with 5 wonderful friends…

“Soul is an organic fusion restaurant offering tasty food, fresh, creative and above all proof that healthy food does not mean boring! Their goal is to remind people of the importance of food and especially its influence on our well-being. Most of our products are organic and free of toxic substances, and our kitchen is no butter or cream.”

And I can hear you thinking – “no cream or butter”??? What would Julia Child say??? :)

The actual restaurant is quite small – but still remains cozy. With gorgeous teal painted walls on one side – showcasing local photographers work.

(I apologize in advance – as the lighting wasn’t great and using the camera flash in a restaurant is a bit of a no-no for me – so the pictures are somewhat fuzzy in some cases and not the best effort… but enough with the excuses…:) )

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Menus arrived along with some homemade breads & some delicious dip with olive oil & balsamic dressing

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Mr Draper & G both ordered the ENERGY MENU 29€ – which included a LES BOULETTES DE RAMSèS (Carrot & nuts falafels with nuts salad, beetroot, avocado and yoghurt-mint sauce) as a Starter – and LE COCORICCO (Spicy organic steamed chicken filled with feta & spinach, cashew nut sauce, quiona with zucchini, broccoli, coriander and rocket salad) as a main.

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the stuffed chicken breasts

The birthday girl ordered the LA SHRIMP’S PARTY 13€ as a starter (Shrimps ceviche with coriander & mango served with melon & rocket salad) and LA DORADE AU SAUNA 20€ (Steamed sea bream with slices of lemon served with feta tzatziki, lentils, grilled eggplant, green beans and green salad) as her main course.

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the seabass looked amazing…

Miss America opted for LE CôTE COTTAGE 11€ as a starter (Lentils & Cottage cheese salad with pear, basil & gomasio) and to be honest… I can’t remember the main – except that it was one of the fish choices (nor did I get a picture of it – as we were all starving at this point)

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this was the lentil & cottage cheese starter … amazing…

Señorita ordered the LA MOZZA à MA FAçON 11.50 as a starter (mozzarella, beetroot, avocado & eggplants with pinenuts, sauce vierge, rocket salad and balsamic reduction) and the LES BOULETTES DE RAMSèS II 16€ (Carrots & nuts falafels on a bed of quinoa, grilled eggplant, feta tzatziki, green beans, a mint-yoghurt sauce and green salad) as her main course.

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another winning starter….

and Moi – the LES BOULETTES DE RAMSèS 11€  (Carrot & nuts falafels with nuts salad, beetroot, avocado and yoghurt-mint sauce) and the LA VOYAGEUSE 19€ (Marinated Prawns in Asiatic vinaigrette with sesame seeds served with lentils, sweet potatoes, grilled zucchini, coriander and green salad) as my main course.

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carrot falafel starter
My prawn main course...
My prawn main course…

Seriously – it was delicious… every mouthful packed with flavour! My only negative (if you can even call it a negative) was that although each item on my main course plate was delicious and flavoursome by itself – I really didn’t feel that the courgettes and sweet potatoes worked with the prawns & lentils. (Plus – I must also point out that we did wait a bit of time for the feed – but the wait was worth it)

Would I return – yes, the food was delicious, the service was friendly… price wise – it was a tad on the pricey front (40 euros each – with only one bottle of wine shared amongst some and water for the rest)

Soul

address: rue de la Samaritaine 20, 1000, Brussels, BELGIUM

telephone: +32 2 513 52 13 (Reservations only by phone)

website: http://www.soulresto.com

Belgian Beer Tour: Trenches and Trappists

This past sunday, HIM and I got to joined 2 other couples (William of Hopnieuws along with Breandán & Elisa of Belgian Smaak) on one of Jan’s Belgian Beer Tours!

Belgian Beer Tours is a small, family run, fully licensed tour operator in Dranouter (a small village in West-Flanders near the French border) offering tours in English. These day trips offer great insight into the role that Flanders Fields played during World War 1 while also providing the opportunity to taste some of the local well-known beers!

They provide 2 different tours over weekends:
1. Hops & Poppies: Discover the battlefields around Ypres and the hopfields around Poperinge on Saturdays
2. Trenches & Trappists: Discover the trenches of the Salient, and try a trappist beer in Westvleteren on Sundays

Both tours start at 10h30am and end at 18h30pm and include collection/return drop off at Ypres Station, a full days tour in an air-conditioned minibus, lunch & more than 1 beer :).  At a completely reasonable price of 50€ per person!

How easy is to get from Brussels to Ypres Station? SUPER easy!! There is a direct train that takes just under 2hours departing from Midi station! (We took the 08h36 IC train there & the 19h39 IC train back in the evening).

So what did we get up to on the Sunday Trenches & Trappist Tour?

In the Morning – the Trenches portion

  • We started off at the Essex Farm Cemetery, where John McRae wrote his poem ‘In Flanders Fields’

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  • Then we grabbed a beer at Bar/Hairdresser combo (not normally included in the tour – but considered a Plan B if the weather isn’t great!) – yes people, you can get your hair cut, while you drink your beer and play cards… multi-tasking at it’s best! (it takes “honey, I am off to the hairdressers” to a whole new level!)

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  • We meandered through the Trench of Death, which played a key role in the 1st Battle of Ypres (and the weather played along – giving us deep ominous clouds that hang low, making the green fields even more vivid and the impact of where we were, so much more sobering)

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  • and paid homage to the statues of the Grieving Parents, which is a war memorial by German artist Käthe Kollwitz at the Vladslo German War Cemetry (I have to confess that this memorial site hit me the most …. not sure if it was because it contains more than 25,000 soldiers with each stone representing a group of them – or because the headstones were so understated and the surroundings were so quiet and serene – whatever the case – It left me deep in thought.)

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Then the afternoon was all about the Trappist Beer!

  • A full brewery tour (in English) at De Dolle Brouwers, “mad” brewing pioneers of the Belgian Beer revival – where the brewer is not only into beer – but loves to paint as well!

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  • After the tour – we got to enjoy lunch in their onsite pub (a gorgeous home-made paté that I literally inhaled it was so good) and one of their beers

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  • And finally, we settled onto the terrace at Sint-Sixtus abbey to enjoy a Westvleteren beer while the sun started to set… (and a nibble of their cheese – something that HIM enjoyed so much that he bought a whole ROUND to take home with us!)

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By the end of the day – we hugged our new friends goodbye (remembrance memorials & beer will do that) and HIM and I enjoyed the experience so much – that we are already looking into plans to go on the Saturday tour… Will we see you there?

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BELGIAN BEER TOURS

email: info@belgianbeertours.be or via their website

website: http://www.belgianbeertours.be

More photos of the day can be found on our facebook page

Lemon and Lime Squares (Secret Recipe Club)

It is Secret Recipe Club Reveal time again…

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And this month – I got allocated The Saturday Evening Pot – a blog about Faith, Family & Food! Chef John, his (lucky) wife, Anne & their 2 children share a passion for food – which can easily be seen through their recipes, reviews and updates!

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I found the following recipe and just KNEW that it was something that I would not only enjoy making, but also eating! (Particularly because I love lemon/lime flavours in sweet treats!)

I adjusted the recipe somewhat – but mixing lemon & lime zest/juice, and unlike Chef John – I used normal flour, not gluten-free as well as full fat Irish Butter instead of soy-free/dairy-free version that he did. Basically – I made the full fat version – while his is definitely the “healthier” option :)

Lemon & Lime Squares

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BASE:

  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/4 cup caster sugar
  • 8 tablespoons unsalted butter, at room temperature

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TOPPING:

  • 2 large eggs, at room temperature
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 1.5 tablespoons grated lime/lemon zest
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda/bicarbonate of soda
  • 3 tablespoons fresh lime/lemon juice
  • (for sprinkling) confectioner’s sugar

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Cooking Directions:

  1. For the base, mix flour & sugar and then add butter and mix until dough comes together
  2. Press the dough gently and evenly over the bottom of the greased baking dish

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  1. Bake base on center oven rack until lightly golden, about 15 minutes at 180C
  2. Cool base
  3. Meanwhile, Gently whisk eggs & add the remaining topping ingredients and continue to whisk gently until they are blended.

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  1. Pour the topping evenly over cooled base.
  2. Bake until top is set and golden, about 20 to 25 minutes at 180C.
  3. Allow to cool completely.
  4. Sprinkle surface with confectioner’s sugar (a light dusting) and cut into squares with a sharp knife, that is dipped in hot water and wiped dry before each cut.
  5. If you plan to keep longer than one day, keep in air tight container and refrigerate or freeze to preserve crispness of base.
  6. Makes 9 to 12 bars.

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Linking to the HOST

http://secretrecipeclub.com/

Brussels Food Friends 3rd Event….

Just in case you hadn’t heard…

Brussels Food Friends (a community of Brussels (and Belgian) based food bloggers) are hosting their 3rd Event!

The first event was at The Hotel… and boosted an introductory talk by Alison of Cheeseweb regarding the thing she wished someone had told her when she first started blogging… cube cake tasting that was sublime… and a goodie bag overflowing with amazing stuff (speculoos from Maison Dandoy; canvas bag & tea from Dille & Kamille; chocolates from Laurent Gerbaud; scrapers from International Home of cooking, jam from Un altro colore & goats cheese from Ging’s Artisan Goats cheese)

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The second event was at Hotel Bloom – with the popular Miss Foodwise sharing the secrets of creating your visual identity – and reminding everyone about the importance of community building (exactly what BxlFF is all about!)… this lead to exploring the waffle truck & networking – before digging into the glorious cake from La Cucina Delle Zie… and jam tasting with Un altro colore – Each blogger walked home with a goodie bag of awesomeness (Luster E-gift voucher (€5), 15% Discount on a baking or decorating class at La Cucina Delle Zie, La Cucina Delle Zie biscuits, Nibbles from Olivetus, 50% off voucher from Bia Maria, Chocolero chocolate bar, Belgian Beer & Food magazine & Visit Brussels pocket-sized discovery guides)

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Now the excitement is on… The 3rd event has been launched for Saturday 1st November 2014 at Maasmechelen Village… and includes starting the day with coffee & a pastry from VROOMVROOM before boarding the luxury bus for transfers there & back, a cooking demonstration with Le Creuset, Lunch at Ellis Gourmet Burger, shopping, champagne & hot chocolate… AND MORE!) – you can read more about it here

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Ticket sales have already been booming – but there are a few precious tickets still left (a mere 20€ per person for a day of food, fun & blogger-ness.)

Will we see you there?

Déjeuner sur l’herbe (Pop up Restaurant in Glaverbel)

I am lucky enough to work in the Glaverbel building … so having a pop-up restaurant right on my doorstep is a Godsend! Especially for weekday lunch time dining! No wasted time travelling… and great food! Woohoo

I thoroughly adored the concept of 2013 – “Bowery goes South” which was held in the centre garden of Glaverbel last year – so when I heard that there would be another “secret garden” type event happening in September 2014… I waited eagerly to hear more!

From 11-26th September 2014, the interior garden at Glaverbel is transformed. Not only with a make-shift tent, but because the whole feeling around the building has changed – an air of excitement and mystery!

The glorious tent… is beautifully created by well-known designer Penneman Michel – those hanging “leaves” had me feeling like I was enjoying some outdoor dining… and the pots of herbs on the communal long tables went a long way in making dining companions feel private & secure.

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The very original menu (“luncheon on the grass” or “déjeuner sur l’herbe”) is from French chef, Yannick Alleno, – although I have to confess that when asked, the waitress had no idea who he was and what influence he had on the actual cooking of the menu items (?!?)

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The food promises to be aromatic, natural & fun – all of which is not only promised, but also delivered.

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All 3 of us ordered the Eggs as a starter… crunchy chopped green vegetables set in jelly and topped with 2 perfectly poached eggs & sauce… OMG… delicious!

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I went for the Skate Fish dish (aka Ray)… served with boiled potatoes, capers and slices of grapefruit (whereby the citrus tang really set off the beautifully smooth and rich fish taste….) – another 10/10 from me.

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While my 2 companions ordered the vegetarian option – a whole Celery bulk cooked to perfect and topped with edible flowers…(I managed to steal a slice and I can verify that this was enough to make any meat-eater consider being vegetarian!)

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A delicious way to spend Friday lunch… the only problem is wanting to enjoy a few glasses of wine with your lunch… but still having to work… neither of which go well together :( (sadly).

Pricing wise – it is a bit steep for lunch. 37€ for 2 courses (you can choose between starter/main or main/dessert) or 47€ for all 3 courses – and the starter/main courses provide more than one option – while there only seemed to be one type of dessert.

If you haven’t tried it out yet – you still have until Friday 26th September… not only for lunch – but they have been so popular that they have extended their hours to include Thursday & Friday night. (Plus we heard that their menu changes each week …)

Telephone: +32 2 479 720 711

Address: Chaussee de la Hulpe 166, 1170 Brussels, BELGIUM

http://www.dejeuner-sur-herbe.be/

Olivetus (Taste of Puglia)

After one particularly busy weekend – which included EAT! Brussels & hosting a Murder Mystery dinner, amongst other things – HIM and I also attended an open house “End of Season” sale hosted by Olivetus.

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Started by 2 very passionate folk (Anna & Alessandro) – Olivetus, a Taste of Puglia – provides wines & nibbles from small, regional & family run businesses which are guaranteed to be 100% Italian and straight from Puglia!

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We spent a bit of time tasting some wines (every mouthful so delicious that we landed up going home laden down with bottles!!). Starting with the rosé, then some white and finally HIM went onto red, while I taste-tested 2 different olive oils.

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Eat! Brussels 2014

Unfortunately, I missed Eat! Brussels last year (2013) as we were exploring the beautiful city of Edinburgh – but I was lucky enough to enjoy it the first year that launched (2012) = of which you can read more here.

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It had been a crazy weekend, with dinners, events, hairdresser appointments, Singing Brussels at Bozaar and more dinner – but I twisted HIM’s & M’s arms and we headed down on the Saturday around lunchtime. (Please note that not a lot of twisting was required… and I might have actually made both of them very concerned as I refused to finalise a “plan” on exact timings… but this is another story within itself! :))

From the 11th to the 14th of September 2014, the Bois de la Cambre was transformed into a fairy tale picture-perfect setting of lush green grass, pink felt walkways & crisp white tents featuring all wonders of glorious food & bordeaux wines!

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We started off by attending one of the workshops whereby Fabrice Krier gave a 45min introduction to Bordeaux Wines (in French at 1.30pm on the Saturday) – sadly, my french is rotten – so HIM and M would have to whisper a bit of the translation for me (but I think I might have convinced everyone that I knew what I was doing – by sniffing, tasting, swirling, etc… ok, maybe not! :)). I also have to confess that both of the wines that we tasted during this workshop where too strong, peppery & heavy for my tastebuds.

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After this – with stomachs starting to rumble – we checked out each stall before deciding on what to nibble on.

HIM is not a fan of the small portions/fancy schmancy stuff & was very happy with Cheeseburger & frites (10 tokens) from GUIGNOL (he also declared that although he normally isn’t a fan of ketchup/tomato sauce – he really enjoyed the one that they served with the frites, as it was sweet. But he did mention that the beef patty was too thick.)

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I am a huge fan of O’LIBAN (you can read a previous review here) – plus crowd surrounding their stand was definitely an indicator that their food was a winner! I opted for a falafel wrap (6 tokens) – and only after I had walked away, settled down and taken my first (BIG) bite did I realise that I had been given a beef wrap instead… No matter – it was still good. The only “other” negative, is that because the portion size was so big – I couldnt eat anything else because I was so full!

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And M got an assortment of goodies – salads, etc from BABDAR

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We only spent 2hr there in total – and didn’t use up all our tokens – but I know of many other friends who spent hours upon hours there and had a wonderful time – eating & drinking to their full!!

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I really hope that there will be a 4th installment in 2015… #justsaying

HIM and I bought a 70€ duo pass – which included 2 wine glasses with cute little white bag to hold the glasses in & 22 wine tastings PLUS 46 tokens & 2 coffee/water tickets. Each token is also representative of 1euro. All drinks (excl wine tastings) needed to be purchased with an additional token as a deposit – which was returned when the glass/bottle was brought back to the bar.

Chocolate Truffle Cake

I recently hosted a Murder Mystery Bookalokal Dinner party – and have a tendency to try out new dessert recipes on the guests… 99% of the time, it is a cheesecake of some sort. But this time, I decided to do something different… and found a gorgeous Chocolate Truffle Cake Recipe on the BBC Good Food Website.

However – I never anticipated the amount of time required for making this (with cake cooling, 2 different ganaches, etc) plus holding… so I adapted the recipe somewhat – and decided not to make my own chocolate stars (as they describe) and rather decorated with store-bought truffles & berries instead.

This cake is SUPER moist and SUPER sweet – and has the texture of a mousse cake… Plus – it keeps beautifully in the fridge/freezer (without icing) – so it can be made up to a week or 2 in advance!! In fact – this dessert was made over the course of 2 days – with day 1 making/baking the cake, then cooling & freezing (to make it easier to slice) and day 2 was making the ganaches & icing.

Obviously, my dessert looks nowhere as gorgeous and picture perfect as the image on the website – but I can tell you that this is going to be a ‘make-again” kind of dessert – as it elicited “ooohs” & “aahs” from more than 1 person. (Even HIM, who got to savour the last slice when he got home from work, declared it a winner – but not before pointing out that it could still be sweeter (something I wasn’t sure was possible)).

Chocolate truffle cake

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140g Dark chocolate (plus 50g for ganache)
140g Butter (cut into pieces)
2 teaspoons coffee granules
50g Self-raising flour
50g plain flour
¼ teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
280g sugar
1 ½ Tablespoons cocoa powder
2 medium eggs
3 Tablespoons soured cream
50g white chocolate
200ml double cream
2 ½ Tablespoons boiling water
2 Tablespoons golden caster sugar
5-6 small chocolate truffles
Berries for decoration

  • The cake is best made a day ahead (making it easier to slice & fill & giving the stars time to set)
  • Mix coffee with 50ml water & pour into a saucepan with dark chocolate (140g) & butter
  • Warm through over a low heat, just to melt – be careful not to overheat
  • While chocolate melt, mix both flours with the bicarbonate of soda, sugar & cocoa in a large bowl
  • Beat eggs, then stir in the soured cream
  • Pour eggs & melted chocolate into dry ingredients
  • Stir everything together (mixture will be soft)
  • Pour into a greased loaf tin
  • Bake at 160C for 1 ½ hours (or until firm on top)
  • Let the cake cool in the tin & then carefully turn onto a wire rack to cool completely
  • For the white chocolate icing, heat 100ml double cream just to boiling
  • Remove from heat & tip in the white chocolate (50g) and swirl so that it starts to melt
  • Add 1 tablespoon boiling water and stir to melt completely
  • Pour into a small bowl and chill in the fridge for 1hr to cool & thicken
  • Beat with an electric hand mixer until thick & glossy
  • When cake is completely cold, place it into the fridge to chill (making it easier to slice)
  • Take the cake out of the fridge & turn it so that the flat base becomes the top of the cake
  • Slice cake horizontally into 3
  • Sandwich back together with the white chocolate icing
  • For the dark chocolate icing, heat 100ml cream with 2 tablespoons of sugar to just boiling
  • Remove from the heat and add 25g finely chopped dark chocolate
  • Stir in 1 ½ Tablespoons boiling water
  • Leave to cool & thicken a little
  • Put the cake on a wire rack with the parchment paper underneath (to catch drips)
  • Pour & spread the icing all over the cake
  • Leave to set slightly & then arrange truffles/berries on the top

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Polenta and goats cheese stacks

I am not going to lie… cooking for 10 people (that you might not ever have met before) can be a harrowing experience… even more so if you are travelling the day before or on the actual day of a dinner party (or even just holding down a normal 9-5 job!). Meaning that your prep time is limited… or in my case – needs to be more of a “make-ahead” kind of recipe.

All of this could be a nerve-racking experience – but nothing in life is to be taken too seriously…. so I put on my thinking cap (aka “used google search”) and found the below recipe (which I would use as a starter) from the BBC Good Food Website. It ticked the boxes of make ahead (with the polenta/cheese stacks being able to be chilled up to 2days before use) as well as fulfilling the requirement of having a vegetarian option!

This was the starter for my recent Murder Mystery: Champagne Murders that was held through bookalokal.

Polenta & Goats Cheese Stacks

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400g creamed spinach (cooked)
1.5l vegetable stock
350g quick-cook polenta
50g butter (plus extra)
85g finely grated parmesan cheese
½ teaspoon nutmeg (freshly grated)
200g goats cheese (round log type)
Rocket
Truffle Oil
Pomegranate Seeds
Balsamic reduction
Bresaola (an air-dried salted beef thinly sliced)

  • Prepare/cook your creamed spinach (I used the frozen version that needed to be placed into a pot with a tablespoon of water to melt the cubes)
  • Bring the stock to the boil in a large pan
  • Stir in the polenta in a fine, steady stream – to avoid lumps forming
  • Cook for 5min, stirring all the time, until thick
  • Stir in butter, parmesan, spinach, nutmeg & seasoning
  • Leave to cool
  • Slice each 100g goats cheese log into rounds
  • While polenta is soft, spoon into a large baking dish (this can be done the day before)
  • Bake at 180C for 20min, then place sliced goats cheese on top & return to the oven for a further 20min
  • Place rocket & balsamic reduction onto plates
  • Cut & serve
  • Top with pomegranate seeds, Bresaola & drizzle with truffle oil (obviously – without the Bresaola for the vegetarian)

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