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The food that Ottolenghi serves and writes about often includes them all, but it isn’t ethnic cooking, grounded in one tradition, and it certainly isn’t fusion cooking, or its muddled suburban hybrids.
He uses the fish and meat and produce that everyone in Britain eats, and then, he says, “borrows from here and there” the tastes that will produce a recipe he likes. When he started the column, six years ago, he wanted to create recipes that a home cook could pretty much put together from the shelves of a decent supermarket. His bottom line: a harried child-minder in Hackney, with two children of her own to feed.) He was wrong about supermarkets.
I’ve decided to take a break from academia and go to cooking school.” A few months later, he was in London, rolling puff pastry at the Cordon Bleu.
The moral is that smart people can be masters of many trades, though Ottolenghi claims that it took him a lot longer to “really experience pastry with my hands” (six months) than to make his way through Hegel (an excruciating few weeks).
She ignored his advice about the quarter teaspoon of dried fennel pollen—“Don’t worry if you can’t get it, though.
This cured fish dish will still taste great”—and wrote to the paper, “I’m a bit of a Yotam fan, but his mere mention fills my husband (who does most of the shopping) with dread.
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