Beans on Toast

November 11th, 2011

Neil and I got to thinking whilst slightly drunk last night… what would beans on toast look like in a Michelin starred restaurant?   Really Expensive Dining in Rarified Atmosphere Restaurant, London Gourmet Menu …. Primi Haricot Fusion- A salad of three beans on a spar of golden foccacia with microherbs and an organic green […]

Space Age Cookies

November 10th, 2011

I decided to make some cookies for the after show party. As far as my cooking decision making goes, I start off with ‘wouldn’t this simple, fast recipe be a good idea…’ and after that it gets a bits blurred. Here’s what I did after a careful revision of the the Be-ro recipe for chocolate […]

The X-Factor

November 9th, 2011

Tonight is the dress rehearsal for our next show at BUSOM, which is a scratch show based around ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’. As part of this, one of the characters has to eat a sample of the ‘X-factor’- a substance which makes all his deepest thoughts into reality and ends up generating a monster. […]

How to get a Be-ro Baking Book.

November 8th, 2011

The first Be-ro book was published in 1923 and is a staple book in our family. The recipes are quite basic and allow you to get messy and experiment. There are plenty of recipes on line, but computer keyboards and flour don’t really mix that well. If you are a book facist like me, you […]

A nice warming apple crumble to complete a filling evening meal Serves: 4-6 Neil’s rating: 7.5 (out of 10) Time to table: 50mins (15-20 prep, 20-30 oven) Ingredients: For the apple layer: 2 cooking apples 100g caster sugar water 5ml ground cinnamon 2.5ml ground nutmeg 1 star anise 2-3 cloves For the crumble (quantities are […]