With toad in the hole as our dinner my housemate, Steve Walls, told me about his journey on creating his own music and how he overcame some of his fears. Be sure to check out his music. He also mentioned the Godfather, Chinatown and Back to the future as films he would recommend while also mentioning The Leopard being one of his favourite books. Have a listen to Radiohead and Steely Dan as some of his picks for great music. Be sure to also have a look at the recipe. Steve’s band Tokyo Green has also dropped in the meantime. Give them a listen.
Brain: Don’t say it, don’t say it, don’t say it! Me: Ons gaan nou braai! I am opposed to the word barbeque since South African’s call it a braai! Rolling the rrrr sound and stretching the aai sound! (Like in Hi without the H) Alicia invited some people over for her meal. She requested roosterkoek (bread on an open fire) and boerewors (South African sausage). Obviously, we did not stop there. She had to hold me back to make sure we don’t end up with chops, steak, sosaties (skewers) and more. So, we settled for peri-peri chicken wings and bread and butter pudding to accompany the meal. In this episode of the Untold Tales of Strangers we chat about moving to the UK and homesickness. Carol movie trailer: https://bit.ly/32Cqqyn Books: The fountainhead: https://bit.ly/31qUEVu Kane and Abel: https://bit.ly/34xkGZg Recipes: Roosterkoek: https://bit.ly/31p3Vxa Peri-Peri Chicken wings: https://bit.ly/31oDgk9 Caramel Breand and butter pudding: https://bit.ly/32u8aXU