Giveaway winner is Hi-D who wrote: I have always wanted to learn how to hunt and prepare meat in a very old school bow, arrow and knife way. To use all the edible parts, offal and all, prepared in a variety of ways. I have so much respect for people who hunt for survival and use all parts of the animal, out of need and respect for it’s life. I think i could make some pretty delicious dishes. Also….frog legs. Ive been rather curious.
Very cool Hi-D and congratulations!!!!
Check it out!!! Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent is now in theatres! The film centres on America’s first celebrity chef Jeremiah Tower and his legendary career. It includes interviews with Mario Batali, Martha Stewart and Anthony Bourdain – who in addition, is also an Executive Producer on the film.
It is a fascinating foodie documentary that opened in Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, Calgary and Ottawa across Canada on Friday, May 5th.
In honour of the opening I am holding a giveaway for TWO books! A signed-copy of Jeremiah Tower’s biography Start the Fire that the film is based on…
As well as Anthony Bourdain‘s cookbook Appetites!
They sent me a copy of his cookbook and it looks fantastic! Recipes for Malloreddus with Wild Boar Sugo to Macaroni & Cheese. As wild as the man himself.
You can listen to a fantastic interview with both chefs via the CBC: Why Anthony Bourdain wants the world to know about chef Jeremiah Tower. It is absolutely riveting!
To enter the giveaway you must be in Canada and please tell me what is the wildest dish you have ever wanted to make? I want to hear about it!
I want to do a “Mystery Box Challenge”. If I win, you can give me a list of, let’s say 5 ingredients. I have to prepare it, have at least 2 people judge it and send you pics. Fair enough?
I am not very adventurous, I must say. I wish I could prepare a lobster for my Bluenoser husband though 🙂
Eunice Livingstone says
Love your talents and blog so much!! A Cook’s Tour is my fav and has inspired me soooo much!
I’ve always wanted to make Panettone but never got to it. 🙁
Tammy Hall says
I have always wanted to cook a rack of lamb. Husband loves lamb but I hate it. I really enjoy Bourdains show “Parts Unknown”. Travel without leaving my living room!
Jennifer Oram says
Hi Suzie! This is awesome! Anthony Bourdain is one of my faves! One thing we need to learn how to cook is goose! Actually duck too! We have an amazing butcher in my town that can get all these wonderful proteins for us, but we are a bit intimidated by these two fowl! Any tips?
Hey Suzie . Bourdain is so off the wall , maybe a product of his misspent youth LOL. Best show in my books was ‘No Reservations’ !!!
As far aa a dish I would want to try to sweet breads . Had a taste of them while at Apprentice School and the flavor comes hauntingly from my memory every so often .
Jeannie Rempel says
Hi Suzie!! Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown is one of my favourite shows. I’ve been pretty adventurous trying out new recipes lately but I honestly would like to try and make bread or dinner rolls from scratch like my mom used to make. Not very adventurous but so intimidating. The most adventurous dish I ever made was roast duck with blueberry cassis sauce. Omg. Heaven
Not very wild, but I have always wanted to try to duplicate the Apple crepes with Calvados we had many years ago in Munich – I’ve never found a recipe that seems just right! I always enjoyed The Taste with Anthony Bourdain.
I think the wildest dish I would like to create would include aspects of my favorite countries I have visited. Maybe some sort of Cuban/Mexican/ Chinese sushi?
I cant decide, there are so many cool foods i would like to prepare. I have always wanted to learn how to hunt and prepare meat in a very old school bow, arrow and knife way. To use all the edible parts, offal and all, prepared in a variety of ways. I have so much respect for people who hunt for survival and use all parts of the animal, out of need and respect for it’s life. I think i could make some pretty delicious dishes. Also….frog legs. Ive been rather curious.
Suzie! 😊😊💖💖 What wonderful giveaway! I have always wanted to create a sumptuous dishes with our wonderful Canadian First Nations cuisine influence perhaps Salmon, Deer, Bison, Moose? With Juicy berries dessert? Savory bannock to compliment? Mmmthe possibilities are endless. 🍴
I’ve wanted to roast a lamb – a full one – but have never been brave enough to do it.
Nicole Jubleew says
I really wanted to try making brownies with meal worm flour but haven’t been brave enough yet.
Natalie V says
I’ve always wanted to make bone marrow – it’s so buttery and delish when I have it at restaurants, but haven’t done it at home yet. Don’t want to wreck the restaurant experience yet!!