Andy Bates

Some Street Food? A Mauritian Roti Chaud / Butter Bean Curry Roti Recipe

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by Dexter in Articles, Recipes

Monday, March 19, 2012 at 08:00

The problem with street food in foreign countries is that you don't really want to eat it for fear of spending your entire holiday on the toilet. Don't laugh, it has happened countless times. So how do you get to eat such delicious looking food and maintain sound bodily functions? The answer is easy, make it at home. Mauritius is a popular holiday destination for many South Africans who are fortunate enough to go so let's get cooking with a Butter Bean Roti, Mauritian style.

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Solid Gold! A Mussels with Cornish Cream & Caribbean Sauce Recipe

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by Dexter in Articles, Recipes

Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 13:00

I'm lovin' Andy Bates Street Food, it's always so wholesome and so outdoors. This is a great idea to serve as a starter/snack for people to nibble on when hosting a braai or on holiday by the coast. Something different which brings more flavours to the table.

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A Manchester Egg is not the repercussions of not shaking someone's hand, it's an egg with lots of other delicious stuff

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Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 13:03

You have all heard of Man Ure but I bet you haven't ever heard of a Manchester Egg. It isn't what happens after Liverpool plays United and someone avoids shaking another someone's hand. It's cholesterol & heart disease on a plate, a delicious concoction of pickled eggs, pork sausage and black pudding meat dipped in breadcrumbs & egg wash before being dunked in hot oil for 7 minutes. What's black pudding? It's blood that's been cooked with a filler until it has congealed. Don't squirm, ...

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You've heard of Man Ure but have you heard of Manchester Egg. A Manchester Egg Recipe

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by Murray in Articles, Recipes

Thursday, November 3, 2011 at 09:14

You have all heard of Man Ure but have you ever heard of a Manchester Egg. Well let me intoduce you to cholestrol & heart disease on a plate, a delicious concoction of pickled eggs, pork sausage and black pudding meat dipped in breadcrumbs & egg wash before being dunked in hot oil for 7 minutes.

Whats black pudding? It's blood that has been cooked with a filler until it has congealed. Don't squirm, it's a very traditional dish across Europe and into Asia in various forms.

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Fun in the Sun: Mussels with Cornish Cream & Caribbean Sauce

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by Dexter in Articles, Braai, Recipes

Thursday, October 27, 2011 at 09:20

I'm lovin' Andy Bates Street Food, it's always so wholesome and so outdoors. This is a great idea to serve as a starter/snack for people to nibble on when hosting a braai or on holiday by the coast. Something different which brings more flavours to the table.

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If you don't eat street food in foreign countries, problem solved: A Mauritian Butter Bean Roti Recipe

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by Dexter in Articles, Recipes

Thursday, October 20, 2011 at 12:00

The problem with street food in foreign countries is that you don't really want to eat it for fear of spending your entire holiday on the toilet. Don't laugh, it has happened countless times. So how do you get to eat such delicious looking food and maintain sound bodily functions?

The answer is easy, make it at home.

Mauritius is a popular holiday destination for many South Africans who are fortunate enough to go so let's get cooking with a Butter

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