If you can’t whistle with your fingers, how about this easy method using a piece of grass? You can also do it with paper or gum leaves, or anything else that is very thin, flat and flexible.
Everybody loves a good pizza! It’s a great way to show off and entertain guests at a dinner party. I spent a couple of years reading everything I could find about the art and experimenting with recipes and techniques, trying to make my ideal pie. I still tweak it slightly from time to time but it really never gets much better for me than this recipe!
The age old art of preserving food in a delicious way!
Pickling is easy to do and doesn’t require any special equipment. All you need to do is sterilise some jars, add whatever your going to pickle, cover it with vinegar or brine, add some spices and leave it for a few weeks. Simple!
If you’re going to DJ, it’s important to have a space set up at home for practising. You can of course buy a purpose built DJ desk, but they don’t come cheap, can be hard to find and tend to look like rubbish. Lets face it, it’s not like you can buy them at Ikea. Or can you?
This is great for smoked cheese, garlic, olives, salmon. It’s done by burning wood chips at a very low temperature, avoiding heating up the food. There are a few ways to do this, but the simplest I have found is rather… err… rustic,