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There’s no need to feel blue at Camden’s spirited soul shack, where food from America’s deep south, nightly live music & a bumper crop of bourbon combine to make a lively New Orleans-style
night out. Drink & music take centre stage. Liquid enticements include cracking old fashioned & whisky sour cocktails, as well as milkshakes spiked with booze; aural stimulations comprise
an impressive roll-call of bands (Seasick Steve & the Mystery Jets are past performers). Food is less impressive, though big booths, 1950s' memorabilia, neon signs & gingham wallpaper form
an appropriate backdrop for a menu that will horrify calorie counters. Fatten up with buffalo wings & blue-cheese dip, seafood jambalaya, smoky barbecue ribs, or stacked pancakes with bacon
& maple syrup for Sunday brunch.
The Blues Kitchen has long been a favourite of mine for the great atmosphere, live music and Southern style American cooking.I decided to get wild and start by trying some alligator, for the first time, which after being crumbed and fried tasted similar to chicken...
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An invitation to try a new reptilian starter at Blues Kitchen on Camden High Street led to an overall great night out that was way more down home and delicious than I’d hoped. Okay so this current craze for American food in London seems a teensy bit over the top to this expat Georgia boy...
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I love meat – pig, chicken, deer, cow and evidently, even horse as I found out earlier this year (thanks Tesco). You name it, yup I’m up for it, especially BBQ and smoked meat. There is just something about the smell of it wafting in the air which is just so satisfying. Dang if I could, I’d capture it in a bottle and use it as air freshener (or cologne – I’d be the most popular guy in the room). Luckily for me, I have friends who feel the same way – not many but enough – and so began our search for the biggest meatfest we could get our carnivorous hands on. This brought us to Camden and The Blues Kitchen, home of...
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Cue the dramatic theatrical stage music, and gleaming spotlights. The monstrous dino ribs come at a staggering 21-inch and 2.5 kg.The ribs are marinated in their own special BBQ sauce recipe, and are left over night for about 12 hours so it can soak up the marinade. It is then slow cooked for 12-14 hours.The dino ribs are not for the faint hearted, and for serious eaters and need to be ordered 3 days in advanced...
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Since joining the 9 to 5 world a few months ago (actually it’s 8.30am-5.30pm but who’s counting?), I have come to understand the essence of the Friday feeling and why my facebook news feed is littered with “TGIF” statuses from 7am on a Friday morning. Quite frankly there isn’t much more exciting than after- work plans on a Friday evening. I have once or twice found myself skipping out of the office like a kid in a playground on the last day of term. It’s bliss. Last Friday, my good friend Annie and I headed down to The Blues Kitchen on Camden High Street to get our weekend off to a swinging start.This...
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