June 30, 2010 by

The British Larder: Thermomix Inspiration from a Chef

from the British Larder's Thermomix recipe for Damson Parfait with Olive Oil and Thyme Sable

from a British Larder Thermomix recipe for Damson Parfait with Olive Oil and Thyme Sable

Recommend Blog: The British Larder
Blogger’s name:
Madalene Bonvini-Hamel
Blogging from:
London, England, since 2009
Read it now at: britishlarder.co.uk

About this blogger: Madalene is first a food fanatic, and secondly a experienced professional Chef. Third, she is a talented photographer with a precise artistic eye. And of course she is a blogger and teacher who thrills in developing new recipes for featuring on the “The British Larder” that is her stage. Luckily for us, she is also a Thermomix user.

In her own words: “The British Larder is a recipe diary that is written, trialled and tested by a professional chef and self-confessed food fanatic. It’s been specially created for likeminded foodies who’d like to expand their repertoires and share their cookery tips with others.”

Why visit this blog?

  • for the recipes — Madalene’s recipes are original, thoughtful, seasonal, inspirational, well executed, consistent, and thoroughly instructed. We always find stimulating unconventional applications for Thermomix within her blog pages such as Marshmallow, Cardamom and Bitter Chocolate Naughty Dunkers or the Radish Mayonnaise to accompany her Crispy Quack Eggs.
  • for the professionalism — Madalene’s blog exudes a professional quality on every page. Her approach to cooking is professional, as is her approach to developing recipes, writing about them, and photographing them. She meets her own exacting high standards and sets the bar for those who would cook in her shadow. The British Larder is crisp, clean, and clear while remaining completely accessible to cooks of all levels. Always professional, her tone is still friendly and welcoming.
  • for the culinary tips and insights — this working chef excels at sharing what she knows best. Madalene’s approach is modern in execution and driven by curiousity and passion. While not every recipe makes use of the Thermomix, many do, and we learn from them all. There is a section dedicated to Chef’s Tips for Unusual Ingredients but there is much know-how about cooking and ingredients shared on this blog’s growing archive of recipe pages as well.
  • for the fun — this British food blogger knows how to have fun and share it! Last year I used The British Larder’s Chocolate Salami recipe as inspiration to create my own fun version with video. I also had fun following her recipe for Wild Boar and Lemon Thyme Popcorn which is tamed down and replicated here. There is much more fun to be had from visiting The British Larder, as you will discover for yourself…

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See 3 comments from people who cook with Thermomix:

  1. avatar
    A Canadian Foodie 5 July 2010 at 7:09 am (PERMALINK)

    A great review! I actually wrote to Madelaine earlier this year before heading to London to ask her for some information about what to see foodie-wise etc and she was kind enough to respond!
    :)
    Valerie

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    ThermomixBlogger Helene 5 July 2010 at 9:10 am (PERMALINK)

    How nice! Maybe on your next trip abroad you’ll get to visit her new restaurant in Suffolk

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