Food

Home-grown, Home-cooked

Throughout their travels, the Ninja Turtle and GodzillaPin have eaten (and drunk) their fair share of haute cuisine. It is a great privilege to be able to do so, and anyone who complains about smoked salmon or foie gras or oysters or pastries ought to be punched for gross ingratitude. Nonetheless, it must be said that it is with great relief that they are finally home.

Prior to their travels, GodzillaPin spent a weekend helping Grandma and Grandpa Rabbit work the vegetable plot. Result: fresh haricot verts straight from the vine.

Prior to their travels, GodzillaPin spent a weekend helping Grandma and Grandpa Rabbit work the vegetable plot. Result: fresh haricot verts straight from the vine, cooked within 12 hours of harvesting.

It was the perfect opportunity to use up some of the miso paste lurking in the fridge - mix with soy sauce and ginger, adjust the quantity according to taste.

It was the perfect opportunity to use up some of the miso paste lurking in the fridge – mix with soy sauce and ginger, adjust the quantity according to taste.

A quick stir-fry in the pan with some dried shrimp for a taste of home for the Turtle

A quick stir-fry in the pan with some dried shrimp for a taste of home for the Turtle

And dinner is complete with a lobster soup and a chilled glass of rosé wine.

And dinner is complete with a lobster soup and a chilled glass of rosé wine.

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