Monthly archive April, 2012
Ed Ruscha - Slow-Roasted Beets

Ed Ruscha – Slow-Roasted Beets

This recipe was devised as an accompaniment to the previous dish, spatchcock stuffed chicken. By cooking the beets over a long period of time with a low amount of heat, the natural sugars in the vegetable caramelize producing a sweetness which is echoed by the balsamic reduction. This dish almost didn’t make it to the...
Gustave Caillebotte - Spatchcock Stuffed Chicken

Gustave Caillebotte – Spatchcock Stuffed Chicken

The following recipe has been affectionately known by the names ‘Chichcock’, ‘Spatcken’ and ‘The Great Chichicken Debacle’. Conceived and executed with my brilliant friend Mel, the spatchcock stuffed chicken was a two-day affair. Day one consisted of meticulously deboning a small spatchcock, otherwise known as a poussin or juvenile chicken, and a larger adult chicken....
Paul Cézanne - Peppermint Mojitos with Iced Peaches

Paul Cézanne – Peppermint Mojitos with Iced Peaches

Three years ago today I posted an entry about Paul Cézanne and a recipe for cherry & nectarine clafouti. It was my very first entry on this site and it seems only fitting that it is included in Feasting on Art’s first major magazine spread. Pick up the April issue of Appetite and you can...