The Devil Eats Out
Brought you to by our good friend and Acolyte, Allan McPherson, The Devil Eats Out is a delightful food segment on KTG. Allan is the chef at the Picnic at Dart restaurant located in Nova Scotia at 127 Portland St., Dartmouth. If you're ever in the area, please visit and tell him Kiss the Goat sent you!
Messiah of Evil Ah, 70’s California cuisine. It’s the birth of a whole of a whole subgenre of American cookery. You get your Alice Waters, you get your local and seasonal and fresh (and the start of California Wine not being a punchline…). And when you get local and regional, you get local folk tales and legends. And bleeding eyes and blood moons. Good with the…Read More
Jane, in All The Colours of the Dark, while acting as our lead remains a bit of a cypher. She is a woman who is ping ponged between sources of authority (well worth noting all male and competing authorities) while seemingly having little or no choice in picking the path that she will eventually have to choose. This dish is closer to something that I…Read More
Glazed Cod 2 pc Cod fillet (4-5 oz) 2 Tablespoons Tamarind Pulp 1 Pc Star Anise 1 Tablespoon Brown Miso Paste Water Honey Dissolve tamarind in about a cup of water (in saucepan over low heat, or in a mug with heat vision, if you prefer). Add the miso and star anise and simmer for “a good amount” of time. Add more water if it thickens…Read More
Sick of turkey yet? Chicken Pimpcatta 1 Chicken, breasts and legs removed 2 Eggs Bread Crumbs Spice Blend (salt, smoked sweet paprika or pimentone, cayenne, cumin, hint of sugar) Flour 2 Lemons ¼ cup capers (drained) 2 sprigs Rosemary 4 cloves of Garlic 1 cup white wine 1 cup Chicken Stock Full Fat Cream (to finish) Real simple here. Take your chicken parts (which have been…Read More
This is a pretty straight-up dish, mostly! I wanted the bulk of it, a beef and red wine stew essentially to be approachable (like satanic hippies!) to make the one “special” ingredient a little less frightening. 2 lbs Stewing Beef (use your favourite cut, I used sirloin tip) 1/2 cup finely diced onion 1/2 cup finely diced carrot 2 tbs minced garlic 1 cup (ahem) red…Read More