A sneak peek on what cooked up to broil votes in Britain's 2015 election campaigns. Shuffling up between tea cups and toaster, peeling vegetables and doing the washing up, might not be a pre-election preparatory agenda but that is what the people of Britain liked. So did its leaders. They have done it all, from cooking to appearing on TV for extensive interviews, to pave their way for maximum votes for the cut-to-cut election campaign.
But now that the elections are over with the Conservatives taking the lead, what we are interested in is food and how the Conservatives paved the way for victory through the voters' guts. The Conservative Party leader David Cameron said, "It is one of the most exciting times of the year when the cover comes off the BBQ." In fact, River Café Cook Book features his own shortened and simplified version of his Italian pasta dish, which he apparently likes to cook for his wife Samantha and the children.
Here is the recipe:
David Cameron's Italian sausage pasta
Fry two chopped red onions in a large, deep frying pan. Add the meat from six spicy Italian sausages. Throw in a handful of chopped rosemary and a deseeded and diced red chili.
Turn up the heat, break up the sausage and brown it. He originally added a splash of red wine, at this point, but you could easily substitute it with a splash of grape, pomegranate, or cranberry juice and then reduce. Add two tins of chopped plum tomatoes.
Reduce the sauce, as with Bolognese. Grate loads of Parmesan in a bowl. Once the pasta, preferably penne, is ready, add together with the Parmesan, 300ml double cream and the sauce.