|Mo Bro Chefs|
In 2010 Movember challenged Mo Bros around the country to have confidence in the kitchen, take pride in the meals they prepared and to ‘Cook like a Man’. In 2011 they ventured to the countryside and showed Mo Bros how to hunt, forage and fish for their supper with ‘Cook From The Land’. This year, Mo Bro chefs share their wisdom and knowledge with ‘Bring It On Home’- a new cookbook that encourages their fellow Mo Bros & Mo Sistas to celebrate Movember and host a dinner party during the month of Movember.
Chris is cultivating his mo this November and seems to be spending lots of time with it, so I fear I may not be able to encourage him to host a dinner party. I however have been flicking through the Bring It On cookbook and even for me some fab recipes stand out, the one I fancy trying is the Roast Loin of Lamb in Bread. The recipe includes you making the dough and placing mustard and pesto seasoned lamb inside. Easier recipes to tackle are Lemon Posset Brulee, Chris feels he could manage a few of the desserts.
He was taken with the tips on creating a good dinner party, even though he would only really practice on me. I do know a few guys who like to cook for their mates and this makes for great reading.
Another bit to keep Chris quiet for a while were the kitchen tools that are essentials and had him creating a wish list and entertaining a Mo Sista (Me I believe).
With delicious recipes the cookbook teaches men ‘if it’s worth doing – it’s worth doing right’ and to cook amazing meals with dishes that are tailored to help make hosting a dinner party simple – so more time can be spent around the table celebrating Movember and having fun.
Chefs from Oxo Tower, Caravan, the ETM pub group, game experts The Wild Game Co and supper club pioneer Simon ‘Ferdie’ Fernandez are just some of the many Mo Bro chefs who have shared their knowledge with mouth watering recipes in ‘Bring It On Home’. Make your dinner party memorable with a simple duck breast salad, mussels cooked with chilli jam, a whole poached trout or a coffee bean panna cotta and know that your guests will be blown away with your cooking prowess.
For more information on ‘Bring It On Home’ visit http://uk.movember.com/
A few facts on Movember:
Movember is about real men growing real moustaches and talking about real issues
The Moustache is our ribbon for men’s health
Movember is about changing the face of men’s health, one moustache at a time
Mo Bros sporting upper lip hair effectively become walking talking billboards for the 30 days of Movember raising funds and much needed awareness around the often ignored issues of men’s health
In 2011, over 854,288 Mo Bros and Mo Sistas raised over £79.3 million globally
In 2011 over 254,000 Mo Bros and Mo Sistas raised over £22 million in the UK
Since its humble beginnings in Melbourne Australia in 2003, Movember has grown to become a truly global movement with campaigns in 21 countries in 2012
Mo Bros start the month clean shaven, then grow and groom their moustache all month long
Mo Bros and Mo Sistas register to participate at www.movember.com from October