Salmonella was named after Dr Salmon, not the fish. In fact you are more likely to catch salmonella from dairy, eggs, produce and poultry.
The humble egg is possibly the greatest killer you have in your arsenal. It looks harmless but has brought many a restaurant to a grinding halt.
Even a choosy patron would not turn their nose up at this fine selection of cheeses, and hopefully they will mistake that fine covering of spray with a sweating cheese.
Staff are a critical part of your business, and their contributions – big or small – can make a huge difference. This recipe gives them a chance to really give that extra bit.
There’s nothing quite like sinking your teeth into a smooth custard tart – unless you can hide that little extra in there. I recommend a used Band-Aid to show that your chef does give 100%.
People are always fighting over our recipes, but let the coroner decide whose Mousstake it was. “Secret” ingredients make for good marketing, but not when they are cleaning products.
While the shepherd was cutting corners with a carcass they introduced a bit more than they bargained for. When the cook cuts corners with the baking they made sure the problem remained.
While a hair of the dog may cure hangovers, it will quickly cause one for you if it appears at the wrong time.
You may not have a rat that is an accomplished chef, but that doesn’t stop them from contributing to your dishes.
At home this is one dish that we always saved for Ron (as in “Later Ron”) and cooling and reheating is critical to ensure that it will be appreciated for days to come.