Benjamin Névert, de « Vous êtes vraiment sympa », fait son Boys Club ! Derrière cette bouille se cache une foule d'émotions... et de cicatrices bien enfouies.
Dès le début de The Boys Club, on m'a dit « invite-leeeee »... pendant que des gens lui disaient « particiiiiipe » !
C'est chose faite. Et c'est si chouette !
Abonne-toi à The Boys Club sur :YouTubeiTunesSoundcloudSpotifyNotre flux RSS
Suis The Boys Club sur :FacebookTwitterInstagram
Mets-nous 5 étoiles sur iTunes pour faire connaître The Boys Club à plus de gens et parles-en à tes potes !
Dans cet épisode de The Boys Club, on parle de...Être HQI (ou surdoué·e, ou zèbre...)Être hypersensible et déborder d'empathieLes croyances limitantes qui te bloquentLa vidéo de Benjamin avec Davy Mourier, au sujet de la tailleL'épisode de The Boys Club avec Roman FrayssinetDraguer sur les applications de rencontreLe couple Daphné Burki / Sylvain QuimeneLes complexes masculinsLes tentatives de suicideLe harcèlement scolaireFaire son éducation sexuelle par le porno
Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
My guest this week is Nadine Levy Redzepi.
Nadine has just published her first cookbook called Downtime: Deliciousness At Home. Nadine knows a thing or two about amazing food, as she is married to Rene Redzepi, co founder and chef at Noma. Noma is thought by many to be the world's best restaurant and Rene is commonly referred to as the King of Food.
She has lived in Portugal, France and England as a child before moving to Denmark with her mother which made me excited to hear her childhood food memories. She now lives with Rene and their three daughters in Copenhagen.
Nadine has been inspired by a life long love of food and has created a very personal collection of recipes to inspire the every day. This is a book for everyone and through Nadine's reassuring and friendly way of writing she ensures that even the most timid cooks will be able to create sensational dishes without getting stressed.
This is a genuinely lovely book written in such a friendly and reassuring way. The recipes are delicious but not daunting and it's full of great tips and tricks to get you feeling more confident in the kitchen. Poaching eggs can be one of those things people get a bit afraid of, and Nadine has a great tip in there for how to poach them perfectly each time....genius. She even gives us the perfect technique for porridge which I need to try. Nadine says to simply make the porridge by bringing the oats and milk to the boil, and then to remove them from the heat immediately and allowing to sit for 10 minutes. She swears this is perfect porridge everytime and do you know what? I believe her. I mean it would be foolish not to.
Since meeting Nadine I am now hooked on her favourite sandwich! Mortadella is one of my favourites and I think it's underrated. The simple combination with the rye bread, cream cheese and tomatoes is just perfect. I like it with lots salt and pepper and a small drizzle of olive oil, just as Nadine says.
Nadine has cooked for some of the biggest names in food, from world-renowned chefs, to top restaurant critics and everything in between. I can't imagine her every getting into a flap in the kitchen. As she points out, to her these people are just her friends, so she feels more relaxed then perhaps you or I would if we were asked to cook for them. But still. Because of this you feel very reassured when reading her book and her recipes that you are in safe hands.
We find out what Nadine cooked for Rene the first time she cooked for the King of Food, which didn't go according to plan in her mind but luckily he loved it, and we discover what the seal the deal pasta he cooked for her consisted of.
Desert Island Dish:
Nadine would go to Noma for a feast - in particular the scallop fudge
Follow by chocolate brownies, pound cake, or do-it-all cake
Luxury item: Espresso machine with Elon Musk solar panels
Nadine is so lovely and down to Earth, hope you enjoy having a listen.
Huge thank you for listening, subscribing. Please do leave a review and rating as it really does help to give me a little boost which is very nice.
Come and have a look at the recipe inspired by Nadine's Desert Island Dishes over here at www.desertislanddishes.co
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.