Tag Archives: Berbere spice

So, this is what generational change tastes like!

A couple of weeks ago, Maggie and I had a couple of novel experiences. The first: we sat down to a fancy meal prepared by my son, Julian. And it was good, very good in fact. A tasty rendition of … Continue reading

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Pig on a carpet ride?

Last night’s dinner was tasty and refreshing – Weber-roasted pork ribs; a salad of orange, fennel, sesame seeds, carrot and beetroot; and some Basmati rice. The pork had been marinated overnight in a wet paste of berbere spice mix, cumquat-infused … Continue reading

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Hot and spicy chicken wings

Hot, as in chilli; spicy, as in cardamom, clove, cumin and co. For this post, I will work backwards some of the time, beginning with the end result of our explorations. A serve of roasted, marinated chicken wings is one … Continue reading

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