Monthly Archives: July 2014

Cream of of Mopani Worm Soup

A nice dish still strongly showing its African roots – this one hails from the Mpumalanga province – that can be prepared in a jiffy. Get two cans of Mopani worms in brine at your local ethno food monger (obviously, they … Continue reading

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Eco-Conscious Mock Shark Fin Soup

Travelling the world, Your Revered Chef came upon the beastly practise of preparing shark fin soup – solely for most unchaste reasons! However, let Your Revered Chef demonstrate that there is a eco-conscious way to prepare this sought-after delicacy. Get … Continue reading

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Crispy Nightcrawler-Fritters with Mixed Salat

Sometimes, Your Revered Chef likes to revel in fond childhood memories, when swallowing a live nightcrawler was considered to be a trial of courage. But alas, there is some culinary sense to that! Indeed, well-prepared nightcrawler fritters have a much … Continue reading

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Koi-Carpacchio Milanese

A simple recipe which is easily prepared even by the uninitiated! Get a fresh Koi from your favorite local fishmonger, preferably a Tancho (though a fresh Kawarimono will do as well). Scale, gut and  slice extremely fine. Arrange on a large … Continue reading

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