6 September 2011

Cooking with Tinie or PJ?

Big night, as well as The Great British Bake Off (which I will have to record) one of these albums could win the Barclaycard Mercury Prize:

'Anna Calvi' By Anna Calvi 
'Build A Rocket Boys!' By Elbow
'James Blake' By James Blake 

'On A Mission' By Katy B
'The English Riviera' By Metronomy
'Disc-Overy' By Tinie Tempah
'Let England Shake' By PJ Harvey
'Good Days At Schloss Elmau' By 
Gwilym Simcock 
'Man Alive' By Everything Everything
'Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam' By 
'Diamond Mine' By 
King Creosote & Jon Hopkins 
'21' By 

My top 3 artists in the kitchen:

Tinie Tempah
PJ Harvey

ê My Favourite:

'Disc-Overy' By Tinie Tempah is a great album to have on while cooking, or preparing anything! This album inspired me to mix Marmite into mashed potatoe. It tasted amazing!

Not sure if that recipe has made you love the album or hate it!

Adele has a stunning voice, but for me I have to be bitching about boys and drinking tea to be in the mood for '21'.

I can imagine PJ Harvey to be very cool, and I would love to cook her a mean spicy pasta salad. 

'Let England Shake' has not been reviewed as much as 'Uh Huh Her' on this blog. Yes I know it is quite an old album, but I love it because it reminds me of chicken schnitzel and Melbourne.

Out of the albums listed who do you prefer to listen to while cooking?

Who do you think should win?