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Comfort and spice: recipes for modern living new voices in food 2012 author niamh shields - Comfort ‘N Spice - A Personal Chef Service by Chef Tira.



My first supper club experience, is at brunch. It’s a meal that’s close to an antipodean’s heart. On the weekends we like to go out, have someone else bring us eggs, flick through the papers and drink coffee. On special occasions, there is booze.

Today is a special occasion. The Comfort and Spice Brunch Club harks the soft launch of Niamh Shields’ cookery book. Niamh’s blog, eat like a girl has been one of my favourites since we moved to London.

The dual prospect of a sneak peak at the book and tasting her food (including her famed take on bacon jam), was too good to pass over. Even if it meant battling skateboard toting slouching teens outside Camden tube.

You have been feeding me "well" for close to 20 years!
I find your personal chef entrées exquisite! The sauces are light and flavorful.
I especially like your attention to the needs of your clients.
I am on a strict low calorie and low sodium diet. You were able to suggest meals to fit my diet and still offer great tasting food. 

Chef Collins dishes are YUMMY! Even though I now live in Georgia, I make sure I enjoy some of Chef Collins’ meals whenever I’m in Illinois.  I also frequently provide Comfort ‘N Spice services as gifts for my family and friends. They truly enjoyed the baby shower meals and dinner service gifts they received!  I will continue to use Comfort ‘N Spice for my personal needs and as gifts for my family and friends.

Tira,
We truly enjoy Comfort ‘N Spice Personal Chef services!  The convenience of having great tasting, healthy food, ready to eat at the end of a busy day is wonderful! It is so nice to come home to something fresh and tasty instead of eating fast food or take out.   And, the clean up is so easy!  Your personal chef services provide us with great food and the gift of time!  We now have more time to eat together and more quality time in general. Thanks to you and Comfort ‘N Spice!
Gina and Michael Lloyd, Plainfield, IL

I hate to admit it but I suck at cooking chicken. Usually I do well with legs or thighs, but chicken breasts or whole roast chickens never turn out as well as I think they will, with the end product being quite the disappointment.

One of the problems is that I don’t have a chicken rack to prop the chicken up in the pan. Another problem is that I have a strange affinity towards cooking chicken upside down. That is, on it’s breasts. This never works out and I always curse myself when my end product turns out horribly due to a topsy-turvy bird.

This is what happened when I tried my hand at Cornish game hens. My thinking was they were practically the same as regular hens (which again, I suck at cooking and thus made a bad decision when going for miniature versions) but would cook more quickly and we could each get our own.

No Christmas cookie collection is complete without at least one old world spice cookie. The smell of these cookies baking in the oven is one of the joys of the holiday season. Thus, every December, I make a triple batch of my favorite spice cookie in the world, Ellen’s Swedish Pepparkakor .

But, remember, this year I challenged myself to come up with an all new collection. So no Pepparkakor, unless the Bradley troops revolt at the last minute (when they discover there are no Pepparkakor), and I am cajoled back into the OtherWorldly Kitchen for a final round of baking.

I might be able to fend off that eventuality with this wonderful new cookie, however. It is similar to Ellen’s Swedish Pepparkakor in its spicing. The flavor that dominates is cardamom, then cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and orange. There is also a copious amount of white pepper, the heat from which builds as you continue to eat the cookies, a sensation that I like very much. The surprise of the pepper and the uncertainly over how hot it will actually become makes one slow down and enjoy the nuances of the spices and the crisp, delicate texture of the cookie.

My first supper club experience, is at brunch. It’s a meal that’s close to an antipodean’s heart. On the weekends we like to go out, have someone else bring us eggs, flick through the papers and drink coffee. On special occasions, there is booze.

Today is a special occasion. The Comfort and Spice Brunch Club harks the soft launch of Niamh Shields’ cookery book. Niamh’s blog, eat like a girl has been one of my favourites since we moved to London.

The dual prospect of a sneak peak at the book and tasting her food (including her famed take on bacon jam), was too good to pass over. Even if it meant battling skateboard toting slouching teens outside Camden tube.

You have been feeding me "well" for close to 20 years!
I find your personal chef entrées exquisite! The sauces are light and flavorful.
I especially like your attention to the needs of your clients.
I am on a strict low calorie and low sodium diet. You were able to suggest meals to fit my diet and still offer great tasting food. 

Chef Collins dishes are YUMMY! Even though I now live in Georgia, I make sure I enjoy some of Chef Collins’ meals whenever I’m in Illinois.  I also frequently provide Comfort ‘N Spice services as gifts for my family and friends. They truly enjoyed the baby shower meals and dinner service gifts they received!  I will continue to use Comfort ‘N Spice for my personal needs and as gifts for my family and friends.

Tira,
We truly enjoy Comfort ‘N Spice Personal Chef services!  The convenience of having great tasting, healthy food, ready to eat at the end of a busy day is wonderful! It is so nice to come home to something fresh and tasty instead of eating fast food or take out.   And, the clean up is so easy!  Your personal chef services provide us with great food and the gift of time!  We now have more time to eat together and more quality time in general. Thanks to you and Comfort ‘N Spice!
Gina and Michael Lloyd, Plainfield, IL

I hate to admit it but I suck at cooking chicken. Usually I do well with legs or thighs, but chicken breasts or whole roast chickens never turn out as well as I think they will, with the end product being quite the disappointment.

One of the problems is that I don’t have a chicken rack to prop the chicken up in the pan. Another problem is that I have a strange affinity towards cooking chicken upside down. That is, on it’s breasts. This never works out and I always curse myself when my end product turns out horribly due to a topsy-turvy bird.

This is what happened when I tried my hand at Cornish game hens. My thinking was they were practically the same as regular hens (which again, I suck at cooking and thus made a bad decision when going for miniature versions) but would cook more quickly and we could each get our own.

My first supper club experience, is at brunch. It’s a meal that’s close to an antipodean’s heart. On the weekends we like to go out, have someone else bring us eggs, flick through the papers and drink coffee. On special occasions, there is booze.

Today is a special occasion. The Comfort and Spice Brunch Club harks the soft launch of Niamh Shields’ cookery book. Niamh’s blog, eat like a girl has been one of my favourites since we moved to London.

The dual prospect of a sneak peak at the book and tasting her food (including her famed take on bacon jam), was too good to pass over. Even if it meant battling skateboard toting slouching teens outside Camden tube.

You have been feeding me "well" for close to 20 years!
I find your personal chef entrées exquisite! The sauces are light and flavorful.
I especially like your attention to the needs of your clients.
I am on a strict low calorie and low sodium diet. You were able to suggest meals to fit my diet and still offer great tasting food. 

Chef Collins dishes are YUMMY! Even though I now live in Georgia, I make sure I enjoy some of Chef Collins’ meals whenever I’m in Illinois.  I also frequently provide Comfort ‘N Spice services as gifts for my family and friends. They truly enjoyed the baby shower meals and dinner service gifts they received!  I will continue to use Comfort ‘N Spice for my personal needs and as gifts for my family and friends.

Tira,
We truly enjoy Comfort ‘N Spice Personal Chef services!  The convenience of having great tasting, healthy food, ready to eat at the end of a busy day is wonderful! It is so nice to come home to something fresh and tasty instead of eating fast food or take out.   And, the clean up is so easy!  Your personal chef services provide us with great food and the gift of time!  We now have more time to eat together and more quality time in general. Thanks to you and Comfort ‘N Spice!
Gina and Michael Lloyd, Plainfield, IL

My first supper club experience, is at brunch. It’s a meal that’s close to an antipodean’s heart. On the weekends we like to go out, have someone else bring us eggs, flick through the papers and drink coffee. On special occasions, there is booze.

Today is a special occasion. The Comfort and Spice Brunch Club harks the soft launch of Niamh Shields’ cookery book. Niamh’s blog, eat like a girl has been one of my favourites since we moved to London.

The dual prospect of a sneak peak at the book and tasting her food (including her famed take on bacon jam), was too good to pass over. Even if it meant battling skateboard toting slouching teens outside Camden tube.


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