Flavours of Asia: Gelupo's latest collection takes you on an Asian Tour

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Since I was a kid I always romanced the idyllic French dream. I chose to study French in school, I obsessed about French cooking and longed for a baguette and brie life one day.

Makes me sad to say that every time I’ve visited France it’s never lived up to the dream the dream. Nowhere near the levels of the Paris syndrome that people suffer. Despite 10 or so visits I never really ache to go back. When I do get the hankering for escargot and steak tartare, as you do, it never results in a Eurostar booking.

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Unless you are a vegan or vegetarian…. There is nothing tastier than a beautiful slab of meat cooked to perfection with a nice caramelised crust on the outside and buttery tender on the inside.   The only way to achieve that is from high heat, which you can achieve in the kitchen, well you can in my flat if you don’t mind setting off every fire alarm. 

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I know bottomless brunches are all the rage. It seems like the entire world loves a good bottomless brunch.  I'm blaming it on Carrie Bradshaw for creating that lust for lazy brunch with free flowing bubbly.  Im a fan of brunch, but not so much a boozy one. I prefer my eggs with coffee and not proscecco. Given the option I'd prefer an early lunch followed by a boozy lunch.  Kudos for the Kings of the Kebab Le Bab for getting into the boozy lunch game.  

Read the full review: Le Bab Le Weekender Brottomless Lunch

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It’s no secret that I love ice cream, so you can imagine how excited I get when Gelupo launches new flavours. The latest is a tour through the flavours of Asia. They take us from China to Japan and Thailand to Malaysia. Some seriously incredible flavours like Yuzu, Thai Sticky rice and Mango, Pandan & Coconut, Black sesame and Matcha. There is Red Bean too, though I’m not a fan of red bean at all. The most adventurous flavour is Durian (oh the honk) which I can assure you is an acquired taste. The flavours are on till Thai New Year in mid-April.

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My Top London Burger List

I remember when a good burger in London was one that did not give you food poisoning.  That was about 2007 years ago when the scene started to cotton on to the fact that a burger could be more than a overcooked frozen patty with some fried onions and melted cheese in a sugary over-processed white bun.  Places like Hamburger Union (RIP), Gourmet Burger Kitchen and Byron started to blaze the way on the high streets.  It was not until 2008 when The Meat Wagon rolled onto the scene that burgers got really interesting in London. Its safe to say that I have had a fair few burgers since 2008, some have been amazing, some rubbish and a majority forgettable.   So here is a list of my favorite London Burgers.

Read the updated London Burger List here

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Brunch With Bloody Bens

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Sometimes store cupboard brunches are the best when they workout, and this is a winner. This a chickpea and sweet potato hash Clarence Court Braddock White duck egg. Pretty snazzy cupboard brunch if I can say myself. Though what made it next level was the Bloody Ben's Bloody Mary Mix I used to season it with. Instead of adding any seasoning or spices I added a couple of glugs of Bloody Bens to the hash and a splodge on the egg for good measure.

Get the Full Recipe Here Bloody Bens Sweet Potato Hash

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And welcome to ScottCanEat.Com.  My name is Scott. YES! You guessed it, I Can Eat.

Food has always been the stuff that feeds my belly and feeds my mind.  I’ve been in an LTR with food for the last 40+ years.   I started this blog at ScottCanCook.com, I wanted to expand the reach to more than just cooking.

I founded and ran a successful Bakery for 7 years.  You might have seen me on tv, I appeared on BBC’s MasterChef (2005 & 2006) or as a contributor to MasterChef Goes Large.  Yep, I’m the guy that dropped his tart on national television.

If you look hard enough I also appeared and won an episode of The Weakest Link (Season 4, Episode 75 to be precise)  My winning answer was food related (go figure) If you are ever asked what Mexican food literally means little donkey…. The Weakest Link Winning Answer is Burrito.

Besides my love of food & drink, I have a passion for travel, architecture, art and design.  Hopefully, I’ll be able to authentically feature them on my blog. 

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