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  1. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 4 days ago

    quite different from a rouille too! enjoy:)

  2. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 18 days ago

    Guess you can try…but it will be very fiddly! The beauty of this is that the oyster shells are large and heat up all round to help cook everything….and they are much meatier and stand up to the herb/pernod flavour well (which is quite strong). Try and find Oysters because they definitely work and taste great!

  3. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 25 days ago

    depends how soon you need them! But of course, anything home made is preferable and far more rewarding!

  4. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 25 days ago

    you can easily buy jars of preserved lemons (also called pickled lemons)

  5. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers about 1 month ago

    once a week…every Monday

  6. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 3 months ago

    quite right! 145g ground almonds:)..thanks!

  7. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 3 months ago

    beer will work:)

  8. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 5 months ago

    ahead of thee game! Got my days muddled!!

  9. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 6 months ago

    er..isn’t ‘baguette’ French, Noreen??!

  10. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 6 months ago

    Not sure! It’s a Spanish dish. Bravas can be translated as fierce, which relates to the sauce. Patatas=potatoes