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That’s what Jürgen (Soulfood Brothers) cooks for the song
“I did not dare to go to a Filet Wellington yet. Inspiration for my dish is the song BLACKOUT ROUTINE of the mighty Stereo Dynamite. This title combines in my interpretation two parts of my work at kitchen – take classic (routine) apart and rebuild (blackout). Breaking out of grids, just do it and cook what you want. Like Christian Petz and the compilation here is in your face.
Normally beef fillet comes with the Wellington, but I’ll mess it up with a pork fillet. Engaged in Duxelles with garlic and puff pastry in the oven after the meat made acquaintance with the pan. Habanero and black olive come in the Fregola Sarda, Taleggio is melted in buttermilk. I mix the sauce with xanthan gum and lecithin. The conclusion comes with purslane oil and fresh cabbage.”
This world is cold and black and I can’t see the bright solution in our own pollution. We moan, we hate, we fight but for the wrong direction. How could we build up walls, how could trust become a fiction?
This place it makes me sick. You better keep your eyes shot, fulfill the mass confusion. We moan, we hate, we fight but for the wrong direction. How could we build up walls, how could trust become a fiction?
We cry for help, but we can’t see, it starts with you and me. We’ve set the fire and we’ve torn it down.
We don’t need another savior, another preacher. This isn’t done with empty words so we don’t need you. We need to change, day by day. And if we fail to succeed we start again!