A husband and wife team. Yusuf is a professional chef, Clarissa is a designer, events organiser and very good cook. Regular supper clubs in Norfolk, Suffolk, Devon and London. For bookings and event information email unthanksupperclub@gmail.com

Monday, 19 April 2010

The Rural Supper Club May 21st

In South Norfolk

Grilled Asparagus and Aiolli

Rack of lamb roasted with Dukka
Puy lentils
Sauteed beetroot in balsamic vinegar

Rhubarb tart with honey ice cream

The Breakfast Club Menu 1st May

Pancakes with home made fruit compote,ice cream and toasted nuts and seeds
Bacon and eggs (local free range Molly's eggs..yum!) cooked any way.
Lashings of buttery toast and local home made jams
Endless coffee and tea
Virgin Mary..bring vodka if you want to be less virginal!
Orange juice..bring fizzy if you fancy a Bucks Fizz,we will be.

The April 30th Club Menu

Beetroot Gnocchi with toasted pine nut and basil dressing

5 Hour shoulder of lamb,with fennel, garlic,harissa and vinegar
Cous cous and mint and lemon zest yogurt

Chocolate,hazelnut and orange zesty pots

Friday, 16 April 2010

My latest recipe.

Bay tree Kebabs with Fennel and orange salad with orange and Argan oil dressing.

I have been working in the garden all week in this rather beautiful weather.I am fairly new to gardening with a leaning towards edible things..and pretty things I suppose.I had to hack all sorts of adventurous plants and trees back after a year of ignoring them and found myself in the privileged position of a huge amount of Bay.

I thought they would make beautiful kebab stalks and set to making my own Kofte recipe.
It is a highly spiced recipe with an entire bulb of garlic,two large chillies and two teaspoons of smoked paprika.I chopped a large handful of rosemary into it too for an extra savoury flavour.I love the combination of garlic,chilli,rosemary and paprika.

The Argan oil is a very generous gift recently given to us by great friends.The oil tastes so delicious and has the most amazing story behind it.Something to do with Morocco...goats climbing tree's...goats eating nuts...then pooing them.....and the somebody harvests the highly prized nutty poo and gives it a clean and somehow makes this rather spectacular oil.When I learn more about this blog mollarky I will post up a picture of the goats at work.

I made the same dish for my son without the spices and he said ...'Mmmmm Meat Mummy...'He loves meat.

Yusuf and I will definatly trying this recipe out at the Supper Club this summer.With a garlicky minty yogurt and some Vietnamese hot chilli sauce.Yum!