Longleat Food and Drink Festival – 24th June I’m at Longleat Food and Drink Festival on 24th June where I will be selling my arancini and other delicious Sicilian street food. Join us for a great day out at the second Longleat Food and Drink Festival. We will be selling our street food on Sunday…
Forgot Arancini Bros – I’m the Arancini Boss! On Saturday 26 May, Sicilian Donkey Street Food made its debut Festival appearance. I was lucky enough to win a bursary from Thatcher’s Cider. I set up stall to sell my artisan arancini and cannoli. The event was the Burnham-On-Sea Eat Festival and the feedback from all…
Enjoy a Mediterranean feast prepared by a real Sicilian Private Chef
Cornish hake with saffron arancini red pepper sauce and dressed sea vegetables
Why is a private chef called “Sicilian Donkey”?
It’s because Italian stallions are over-rated!
Our name – Sicilian Donkey – is a tribute to a rare breed miniature donkey. It used to thrive in Sicily and Sardinia but is now, nearly extinct in its native land. The Sicilian Donkey is a popular pet in North America and here in the UK.
Cauliflower is the star of this cucina povera dish Recipe – Serves 4 Ingredients: 1 medium cauliflower – Romanesco or white Olive oil 1 onion 400g bucatini pasta 50g raisins 30g pine nuts Few strands saffron 50g anchovy fillets in extra virgin olive oil Wash the cauliflower and cut into florets, blanch in boiling salted…
Hen Party Chef I work regularly as a Hen Party Chef. Hen Party groups contact me regularly to cater for hen nights or weekends. The bride to be and her friends come to the South West, where there are a lot of beautiful holiday lets in Bristol, Bath and Devon for a classy celebration. You…
Baccalà is dried salt cod soaked and infused until it becomes soft and flaky before being whisked into a cream with a slow trickle of olive oil.
Greek Sunday Brunch – simple and delicious.
Just found great blog dedicated to pulses. “I was gathering together some recipes this morning for my moorish salad demo at the wonderful Borough Market and it got me reminiscing and poring over a few pictures from last year’s trip to … Source: Moroccan Memories and Bessara Soup
Another great piece from The Sicilian Godmother