November 02, 2012

Trick or Treat!










Picture from Peter Moxom

This week on the podcast we get passionate about curd, we go slightly cuckoo, and get all nice and toasty! We talk about the simplest recipe for passionfruit curd, Coco Cubano at Rouse Hill, novelty toasters, and the mythical Turducken.

Speaking of Turkey, do you have a favourite Turkey recipe? If you do, I'd love to give it a try! Just drop me an email or leave a comment below!

Download the audio file here (4.6MB, 9:12), or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes



From the Frypan - Fruits of the Heart (1:21)

What did we get up to the kitchen this week? We share a simple delicious recipe for passionfruit curd, or in fact any sort of fruit curd you'd like to make!

Waka Waka - Cuckoo for Cocoa! (3:04)

This week's gluttonous adventure comes from the depths of the amazon jungle...or so we like to think. We talk about the new Coco Cubano in Rouse Hill, and ask the question: where can you find the best hot chocolate?

From the Ice Box - Mythical Creatures from the Deep (5:00)

How do you like your toast? In this week's From the Ice Box we talk about novelty toasters and the mythical Turducken. Can it be done? What other cool things can you do with a Turkey?

And don't forget to listen to the end for the Trivia of the Week!

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2 Comments:

At November 3, 2012 at 9:15 AM , Anonymous Cayte Moxom said...

great job. My best advice for turkey is make sure you brine it. It adds such a level of moisture and flavour that is otherwise really hard to attain.

 
At November 4, 2012 at 12:58 PM , OpenID lateraleating said...

Good episode. Thanks for the heads up on the bitter hot choc, I might check it out (small rant: Cuba is not in South America). Re: the turkey, I agree with Cayte, brining is important. I tried this recipe last year and the result was great. http://everydaypaleo.com/2011/11/16/paleo-thanksgiving-potluck-party-for-college-students/

 

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