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Friday, April 28, 2006

And the award goes to...




While the movie Capote was being filmed in Winnipeg, I had the opportunity to provide organic meals in partnership with Julie Fine and her Bright Side Catering company for Academy Award winner, Philip Seymour Hoffman. I guess that I was his personal chef but personal would imply that I had met him. From what I understand in a letter from him, he enjoyed his meals.

This is some of what I prepared for Philip Seymour Hoffman while he was here for 6 weeks.


Honey Miso Grilled Pickerel
Grilled Chicken in a Pomegranite Marinade with Persian carrots, onions and parsnips garnished with dates and raisins
Curried Pumpkin Soup
Bison chilli
Elk kabobs with Saffron Couscous with Almonds
Latkes with Sour Cream and Golden Caviar
Vietnamese Wraps with Chicken
Kashmiri Goat Curry & Basmati rice
Thai Coconut Halibut Curry with Brown Basmati Rice
Korean Ginseng Chicken (Samgetang see blog entry for January 23rd) served with Roasted Nori, Roasted Beets
Pasta with Pesto
Golden Nugget Squash Gratin
Hummus, Baba Ganoush and Imam Baldi (see blog entry March 25th)
Bulgogi (Korean BBQ Beef)
Vegetarian Moroccan Stew served with Couscous

1 comment:

RaymondMarias ~ AKA ~ R. Abdulrehman said...

Any word on if Mr. Hoffman fainted after having the Imam Baldi? He should have. Karen, tried the recipe...it's amazing. I added shredded arabic cheese with black seed (about 1/2 a cup) or to taste, and found the textural combination heavenly.