About a year ago I told Todd that I would show him how I make one of my curries. It’s taken far to long to do this mostly because real life has been eroding my spare time at a savage rate.
The video is a rough guide to making the classic Channa Masala. It’s basically a chickpea curry.
Enjoy Todd – let me know how it goes.
Soak chickpeaks overnight.
Fry cumin seeds, chilli and onions until golden. Add garlic and ginger paste. Add Garama Masala, corriander powder and salt to taste. Add tomatoes and cook until it’s reduced to a mushy paste.
Add this paste to the chickpeas and simmer until the chickpeas are cooked to your required texture.
Serve with rice, bread or whatever!
So it’s that time of year again. The annual making of the #oneaday video. It’s been a whirlwind of a year. I’ve lost some friends and family. That seems to be a side effect of getting a little older. I remain resolved to live my life as best I can. Events this year have reinforced the need to try and live each day like it’s your last. I often fail at this but hope to try harder. What’s the plan for the next year? Work hard, study, try and reconnect with people that have drifted from my life, cook more, eat less. TRAVEL and do my best to live by the mantra “don’t be a dick” and when I fail at that apologise and hope for forgiveness.
Happy new year!!
I spent most February in Sri Lanka. It was a trip filled with highlights and one of them was the trek through the Sinharaja Rain forest. I had managed to smash my Nikon F100 on the climb up Adams Peak so the point at which we had reached the rain forest I was shooting with my Olympus Muji II and what remained of my Kodax Tri-X.
These is some of my snap shots from inside the forest.
In this video I am just showing how easy it is to mix up the working solution for slide film development. Its pretty simple but from reading posts on various websites this is one aspect of the process that seems to trouble people. Over the weekend I hopefully clear my backlog of slide film (E-6).
If you develop your own black and white film this process is very similar. The temperature for the chemistry is just a little warmer.
My friend Jim Leonard has been taking photographs in his home town of Ballymun since the 1980’s. As part of the 50 years of Ballymun celebrations he has been invited to display some of his portraits in the Axis project space.
There are 18 beautifully shot portraits on display that go some way to capture the unique spirt of this area.
Delighted to have one of my images chosen as part of this exhibition. Please come along and have a look if you can.
Obscure Street is an International & Irish Street Photography Exhibition taking place from Friday 8th July 11am till 5pm – Thursday 21st July as part of the PhotoIreland Festival at In-Spire Galerie Dublin ( 3 min walk Connolly Station Dublin )
We are proud to feature some of the Worlds Best Modern Day Street Photographers Exhibiting in Ireland for the first time:
Richard Sandler New York – Tatsuo Suzuki Japan – Jessie Marlow Austrailia – Dougie Wallace Scotland – Gabi Ben Avraham Israel – Nick Turpin London – Sarah Choi Hong Kong & many more..approx 60 works will be displayed…
Open Submissions were Judged by Rinzi Ruiz LA – Don Springer Editor: Inspired Eye – Des Byrne Dublin – Mierla Momanu Bucharest
Promotional video by my good friend Peter O’Doherty