A planet at risk Bacon wrapped, mushroom and garlic stuffed lamb heart.

Published on September 14th, 2012 | by Simi


Have some guts!

Enjoying a little pork belly.

Having an affinity with mathematics and science — I think — goes hand in hand with enjoying a challenge and appreciating new and wondrous ideas – which I do. These traits ventured out of my study and into my kitchen. I fell off the chopping block, so to speak, and arose in a love affair with offal. The different cooking techniques and the varied flavours and textures that offal brings to a meal are unique – plus I love the shock factor when I serve it to my friends. I now cook more offal than regular cuts of meat.

Rotting food produces methane, which is 25 times more potent then your car exhaust fumes. The mathematics of this and other climate change issues spurred me to do my bit. How did I mix an experiment with a frying pan to help our planet at risk?


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