Arancini Boss

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…

Why is a private chef called “Sicilian Donkey”?

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.

Recipe: Salt Cod Crostini

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.

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Moroccan Memories and Bessara Soup

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