032. Find the best hot dogs in the world (No, they're not in America) with Victoria Haschka

32. Find the best hot dogs in the world (No, they’re not in America) with Victoria Haschka

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032. Find the best hot dogs in the world (No, they're not in America) with Victoria Haschka

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Victoria (Tori) Haschka is the creator of the food blog Eatori. This blog is home to the stories of this Sydney born food writer, who grew up only wanting to eat white noodles and somehow became obsessed with cooking, eating, travel and restaurants. 

She is the author of a few books including “A suitcase and spatula”, “One month carb detox” and “Cut the carbs”. She is a contributor by way of recipes to the famous Borough markets in London and would love you forever if brought her a cup of Earl Grey in bed. 

In this episode we talk about:

  • The Borough Markets
  • Noma – The best restaurant in the world
  • The best hot dogs in the world – no they aren’t from America
  • Her experience at Faviken
  • Her Granny’s handwritten recipe book
  • The hungry one
  • Her recipe books and her inspirations
  • The mushrooms on toast that changed their lives

Nutrition and Meal Plans

What foods to avoid

  • Unethically reared meats
  • Careful about the amount of Tuna she consumes
  • Vegemite  

What foods to actively seek out

  • Oily fish 
  • Sustainable seafood
  • Organic farm reared meats
  • Kale
  • Quinoa 
  • Chia seed
  • Good quality coffee

Tori’s fondest food memories

Her earliest memories around food were her dad making oats with some milk and water. It was all about fuel for her dad. Her comfort food is toasted ham,cheese and tomato sandwiches. Also, Spaghetti Bolognese.   

Cooking tips

  • Use lentils as a base for a satisfying meal
  • Use beans in cakes – because there cannot be a life without cakes 
  • Take a comfort food and replace each component with a healthy option

Quick dinner ideas

Sustainable tinned tuna, with kale and cherry tomatoes, topping it up with marinated feta – 2 minutes! 

Tips on reducing wastage

  • Keep a visual reminder of what you have
  • Chop and change some fruit and veg to create new ideas 

 

Know more about Tori 

Who would you love to have dinner with and where?

Cook mushrooms on toast for Fergus Henderson at her house.

Last meal on the planet?

Toasted ham, cheese and tomato sandwich. But if she had a choice to go back to, it would be Fäviken in Sweden.  

Resources

Where to find Tori

 

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