Posted on Wednesday 18 February 2015
Something like hot African soup except using sunflower butter. And adding what veggies we had, including anise, zucchini, carrots. A side of wild mushroom cous cous. Since it was improv and taste, I couldn’t reproduce it if I tried.
Posted on Tuesday 17 February 2015
Today, in this episode of pasta of desperation, I managed not to brain fart and pour the cheese power unto the boiling water. Small successes should not go unappreciated.
Oh and winter miracle of fresh cucumber which also is generally under-appreciated. And baked leftover squash.
What have we? Peanut butter (or use sunflower seed or almond butter), handful of raisins, shake of instant oatmeal, a little icing sugar, a sprinkle or two of dried coconut. Mix together until it sticks and add more dry as the nut butter absorbs, roll into balls. Done.
Posted on Monday 16 February 2015
In the slow cooker, split pea soup with a couple apples added and caraway instead of curry for a change. Reheated squash. Spinach salad because spinach bears being carted hold in the cold better than lettuce.
Posted on Friday 13 February 2015
The Breadcraft (Yerba Buena, 1974) recipe book calls it Arabic bread and it is a simple yeast, salt, water, flour dough that sits an hour. Is kneaded, divided into 6, kneaded, rolled, sits 45 minutes, then is cooked quickly.
1 tbs yeast
1 1/4 cup water, let foam.
Mis 3 cups flour
2 tsp salt
Posted on Thursday 12 February 2015
Posted on Wednesday 11 February 2015
I felt into a gape-sinkhole on the net but at damn.com there was this idea. A triple cheese grilled cheese with cheese on the outside and inside. Like a croque monsieur without the ham and sauce.
Oh my. Yes.