Our Favorite YouTube Cooking Video of the Week-Gordon Ramsay The Ultimate Steak Sandwich

We are big fans of Gordon Ramsay and love to watch him and his daughter Tilly Ramsay on T.V and on YouTube. I saw this video he did some years back of The Ultimate Steak Sandwich and thought I would share it as my favorite YouTube Cooking Video of the week. we hope you enjoy it.


Easy recipe to make – Mince and Egg Wraps

Yesterday I decided I wanted Mince in Wraps with cheese for dinner but Miss Bossy wanted Eggs and so I made Mince and Egg Wraps which was really easy to make and turned out to be really delicious and very filling. I made enough so that Miss Bossy could have some for work. Let’s just say it was so delicious that Miss Bossy has told me she wants it again next week. I agree. If you are looking for a quick and filling recipe to make give it a try.

Mince and Egg Wraps

4 Wraps

1 Tsp Lemon Juice

1 tsp Rajah Spice

500g Mince

6 Eggs

1 pineapple chopped

Brown the mince and add the six eggs and cook until scrambled

then add Rajah Spice, grated cheese and lemon juice. Once cooked put it in the wraps and bake for five minutes so as to make wraps nice and crispy. Add the pineapple

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Gordon Ramsay’s Eggs baked in Hashbrowns.

One of the things my mom and I love to do is to follow chefs on YouTube and one of our favorite chefs to watch is Gordon Ramsay. We watch all his YouTube shows as we think he is an inspiration and very entertaining. He posted the video two days ago which has since gone viral and we thought we would share it with you. 

We will be sharing with you on a more regular basis the videos we love to watch.

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The Most Incredible Chicken you have ever tasted

Miss Bossy and I buy a lot of products using the Unilever specials. Unilever is a holding company and they have a website (www.wuhu.co.za) with specials here in South Africa where you can get a code that you use at the shops to buy their products. We often buy a product called Rajah Spice. Miss Bossy and I like to buy it and she challenges me to come up with a recipe of my own.

This is what I recently came up with.

Easy Spicy Chicken with Cheese Sauce Recipe

4 x Chicken Breasts

Tomato  Sauce

Cheese ( Grated)

1tsp Rajah Mild Curry Spice


Heat the Tomato Sauce in a pan and melt Cheese. Once Cheese is melted put in the Chicken and Rajah Spice and fry for about ten minutes and serve.

Additional: You can have it on a Roll, with rice, with Mashed Potato or Vegetables.

Verdict: The recipe is easy and simple to make.It is a quick dish and it tastes out of this world. The Rajah Mild Curry Spice gives it that little bit Oomph that it needs and you can make this dish when you are tired and not really wanting to cook but still wanting something tasty and Healthy.


Bubble and Squeak – Traditional English dish

My mom and I decided to start some travel food posts Many years ago my mother traveled around Europe and loved it. We both have a love for food and for traveling and because I love to cook my mom is always encouraging me to try and create new dishes or to try dishes I have not made or had before.While the first few dishes are going to be simple and easy one’s because my mom had a very limited budget but always we needed to look at what was on special. We were able to get 7kgs of potato for really cheap at the pick n pay which is our local supermarket.

The first country we decided to start with is England.This country is very dear to us as we have lots of family there some of which we have not met yet and some we have.

So welcome today to our first travel food blog. When my mom went to England she was eighteen years old and she went with her older sister. They were blessed with a trip oversees by my grandfather as they had not had an opportunity to travel as much as there brothers had. They decided to do a contiki tour which started in London and ended in Athens. At the time my mom was Three months pregnant with me.They spent about a month traveling.

We have decided to do the following dishes because they are traditional dishes in England.

Bubble and Squeak

Fish and Chips

Bangers and Mash

A pie dish

Bread and butter pudding

Yorkshire pudding

Malva pudding

The dish we decided to do first is Bubble and Squeak. It is traditionally a leftovers dish were you can just throw all remaining cooked vegetables from a roast together. This bubble and squeak you can make from scratch.The main ingredients in bubble and squeak are potatoes and cabbage but you can add any other vegetable

Bubble and Squeak Recipe


500g chopped and peeled potatoes



Vegetable oil

Chopped vegetables

Two tablespoons butter


Cook the potatoes in boiling water until soft. Once it is done put it in the mixing bowl with the butter, cabbage, vegetables  and cheese then mash until smooth. Once mashed shape them in flat circles until all are finished. Heat oil in a frying pan and add as many as much bubble and squeek as you can. Then turn every five minutes until golden brown. Once done serve as a side dish.