Even though I seem to spend half my life in the kitchen, I didn’t make many favourites last month. We sampled quite a few new recipes (most of which weren’t post-worthy) and we have eaten quite a bit of ho-hum food of late. As a consequence, there are only a couple of old favourites to report for this month’s round up of What we’ve been cooking. Continue reading
This month, The Cookbook Guru is featuring Saha by Greg and Lucy Malouf. One great thing about trying out recipes for the Cookbook Guru is you get to do a post even when the recipe is a dud. Normally, if a recipe is a dud, I write next to it, “Once is enough” and move on. But the Cookbook Guru wants us to critique recipes in the featured cookbook.
In my kitchen:
Are seeds, seeds and more seeds. I have been getting my vegie patch ready for summer and putting in all my seeds. This year, I have grown red kidney, cannellini, borlotti and stringless beans; Roma tomatoes (only a couple, I promise); Lebanese cucumbers (only a few); capsicums; corn; basil; coriander; white, brown and red onions; leaks; rocket; ruby chard; summer broccoli; and Kent pumpkins. I just love watching and waiting for the seedlings to pop up through the soil. They started appearing a couple of days ago, along with the snails and slugs which appear to like the little plants as much as I do. Continue reading