Been doing a lot of cooking at home lately. Just trying to save $ from eating out and eating less processed foods. I forget how relaxing and rewarding it is for me.
I’ll admit, I usually boil my cauliflower or mash it in place of mashed potato and load it with lots of butter. Then there’s the cut & roast method. With a little drizzle of olive oil, a sprinkle of salt & a dash of smoked paprika. 450˚ and 30mins later. Viola! I’ve got tasty plate of roasted cauliflower! Delish!
who knew making matzo ball & chicken soup was so easy. I saw this article, which lead me to my concoction:
i made it not because of the passover holiday but it seemed like the most comforting meal i need for being under the weather at the moment.
Having just been in Berlin, I actually don’t get the craze for currywurst. It’s basically a deep fried hot dog. Cut into pieces. Doused in ketchup and sprinkled with curry powder. But hey, each to their own stomach, eh?
I might be biased here but Chicago-style hotdogs are so much better. Here’s my concoction of a Chicago-style:
- uncured beef hotdogs
- sweet relish
- organic tomato slices(from the garden)
- hot pickled green beans,
- raw chopped onions
- grainy dusseldorf mustard(German mustard is awesome)
- a dash of celery salt
- soft poppy seed bun.
Pan seared steak w/ mushroom sauce. The portobello mushroom sauce was made with white wine instead of red, cause I didn’t have any on hand. Also, made buttery chunky mash potatoes & broiled asparagus(not pictured) w/ olive oil, lemon juice & fresh shaved parmesan. Kosher salt & ground pepper to taste.
sorry no Chinese new year feast pictures this year. but i have this leftover roast pork dish I made for lunch today. Its no fun eating cold uncrunchy roast pork the next day. So, I chop it up and steam it with shrimp paste & ginger. When its done & full of juices, I toss on a pile of green onions. It’s not your typical yummy smellin’ dish, but if ur use to fish sauce & thousand year old duck egg you’ll be okay with shrimp paste. this is a nice way leftover roast pork. I always end up with having more than one bowl of rice.