Big Belle’s Spam & Mushroom Ramekins

Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 12-15 minutes Serves: 4-6 175 g of button mushrooms, finely chopped 200 g of Spam, finely chopped 2 tablespoons of freshly grated Parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon of finely chopped parsley 1 egg, beaten 150 ml of single cream (1/2 cup of light cream) 1 tablespoon of chopped lemon grass … [Read the full story]

Have a ball at Serbia’s testicle cooking contest

The World Testicle Cooking Championship is back. This is the time of year for county fairs and harvest festivals, but there’s a festival in Serbia that stands out from the crowd. The World Testicle Cooking Championships, or BallsCup, is back for another year. The cook-off takes place on August 30-31 in Gornji Milanovac, Serbia and … [Read the full story]

Do you still watch television?

I was fortunate to receive a telephone call yesterday. It was a request for a TV survey over the phone. Yes, I know you will think it was a ploy to sell me some gadget or device to lose weight or buy gym equipment. But no !  I was asked my opinion on TV programmes. WHAT … [Read the full story]

Chefs could drop a Right Royal Bollock

Chefs will dedicate top dishes to Prince William and his wife Kate at the world testicle cooking championships held in Serbia in September. I wonder what the chefs will call the dedicated dish or dishes? They’d better think of an appropriate name, or they’ll end up dropping a Right Royal Bollock…oh…hang on…maybe they could use…Naaah….they … [Read the full story]

Testicles on a plate

The best testicle cooks in the world are promising to dedicate the prize-winning dishes at this year’s World Testicle & Aphrodisiac Cooking Championships to Kate Middleton and Prince William. Chef Ljubomir Erovic, the organiser of the event, said testicles are rich in testosterone and minerals and are believed to be a powerful aphrodisiac in his … [Read the full story]

Australians have no time for P-Rick Stein and other pretentious TV chefs

Fish master Rick Stein’s influence on the Cornish port of Padstow has earned it the nickname of Padstein. But a new, more personal, renaming attempt is less than complimentary. Pranksters have put a ‘P’ in front of ‘Rick’, on a sign at his Bannisters eaterie at Mollymook Beach, New South Wales. You can’t blames us … [Read the full story]