Ah-ha! Videos, right way up.
Dominic Littlewood's producer also did a big ali g style big up!
Bumped into him, a well known property guru
, in the pub in Clapham. Just moved in 2 days ago. Woo!
He was well cool & very obliging about experimenting with a cameraphone vid for moblogUK. Talks about his new BBC series starting tommorrow: don't get done get dom
. He'll be giving people advice on how to increase tehvalue of your house with a bit of DIY.
Don't Get Done Get Dom, it's on BBC One, Monday 25 June, 9.15am
(click here for quicktime vids teh right way up)
My mate from primary school has caused a storm. Great to see the fruits of his labour on the shelves!
22nd Jun 2007, 19:09
"Great tasting results in half the time."
Kiri Malu - Sri Lankan fish curry
4 large firm white fish steaks or fillets (king fish ideally but
salmon will suffice)
e.g. salmon or seer fish, choose fish that doesn't flake
1 tsp ground turmeric
0.5 tsp salt
1 tsp fenugreek seeds
1 medium onion, finely sliced
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
8 curry leaves
Cock brand coconut milk powder (1.5 cups thin coconut milk & 0.5 cup thick coconut milk)
lemon juice to taste
Soak fenugreek seed for 30mins. Rub fish steaks all over with turmeric.
When ready, start cooking fenugreek, onion, garlic, salt, curry
leaves, lemongrass, and thin coconut milk in a large saucepan. Simmer
gently until onions are soft.
Stir well and add fish. Simmer again for 10 mins.
Add thick coconut milk and heat gently for a few minutes longer.
Remove and add lemon juice to taste. Serve with string hoppers and
sambols (that's teh roange stuff)!
4th Jun 2007, 02:59
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They used to ride them in ancient times.