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Heavy Metal Food: Vincent Cavanagh (Anathema) facing temptations

On the weekly menu, I’d like to offer you the charismatic Vincent Cavangh. Anathema is a classy band playing a music “for the heart, for the soul”. That’s what Vincent, whose French, as you will see at the end of the video, is getting better and better, said. An interview in which the singer evokes Paris’ culinary temptations, the fact that his brother is a vegetarian and doesn’t drink, catering differences between England and France, and his very special concert in Montreal last year, opening for Blackfield.

Stay Hungry. Stay Metal.
Gilles LARTIGOT « The Heavy Metal Cook »


For this occasion, I’ve concocted a vegan version of the Powercake.

1 cup of organic whole-wheat flour
1 cup of organic oat flour
1 cup of organic spelt-wheat flour
1 cup of black raisins
1 cup of homemade stewed apples
1 cup of homemade almond milk
3 caps of dark rum
1/2 tablespoon of baking powder
1 tablespoon of cinnamon de cannelle en poudre
(1 cup = 250 ml)

Put the raisins in a pan. Add water to the raisins’ level. Bring to a boil then remove from heat. Leave aside 10/15 minutes while you do the recipe. Mix the three floors in a big bowl. Add the baking powder, the cinnamon, the stewed apples, the almond milk and the rum. Mix everything together. Add the raisins. Mix again, vigorously, so the dough gets a nice texture. Perpare the tin with waxed paper. Pour the dough in the cake tin. Put in the oven at 375° F (175°C) for around 25 minutes.

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