Prawns have been a constant seafood favourite of many. They’re available all year round and for that, we can eat them during summer, winter, Easter or even Christmas – for that matter we can grab any opportunity that presents itself to consume them. Prawns are fantastic for our body; they are high in protein, iron, zinc and Vitamin E. In addition, prawns also contain omega-3 fatty acids that is considered as a source of healthy fats and good for the heart. They are easy to prepare and cook; on top of that they can be successfully incorporated into other dishes.
Step by step how to cook octopus, we use the fresh medium to large size octopus from South Australia, when prepared and cooked properly its world class!
Throughout my travels, the expansion of my world, which, lucky for me involves my career, that in most instances involves my prominent passions and interest, I have been lucky to come upon some very interesting people. I would rather call them ‘characters’. People are people, but those special ones are characters. They invite you into their world, they share, they give and they inspire. The most recent character I had the pleasure of meeting was a few months ago, a Belgian chef, Helmut Kuhnrich. A guest at a couple wine tastings, he was more than happy to share his perceptions on the wine, on the food with the wine and the wine with the food.