Would really like to put in another dish, but very busy at the mo, breaking a lodge down, storing and transporting.
Maybe I should join the current trend of posting something like "Butzy's current adventures in Africa - starting all over again "
I made this early this month but am only just now coming around to posting.
I'll call it Tai Ramen, or maybe Gaijin Ramen (or just plain old Thai noodle soup ;))
dried mushrooms (taken with me from Thailand), onion, tomato, garlic, ginger, galangal (grown here from a piece...
A place to look for some ideas are the monthly challenges. There has been a vegan one and a vegetarian one, if I remember correct.
The vegetarian one is here: https://cheftalk.com/threads/june-2016-cooking-challenge-vegetarian.89637/
The vegan one is here...
I had a veg lasagna yesterday, but because that was made a while ago (and frozen) it doesn't count.
And, anyway, I forgot to take pictures.
So just a very simple one:
Toasted cheese tomato sandwich with capers
And my attempt at a Morning Glory image :)
Just put a vessel/cup/container on the scale. Zero the scale and of you go.
Weighing is very accurate.
You could go by volume as well. Easy for water In the metric system. 1 litre water equals 1 kg. This does not apply to other liquids like oil though.
But why would you want to?
Not sure at all but I will give it a bit of a try:
If they are weight, it could be proportions.
A fairly standard recipe would have 60-65% water as compared to flour, about 1.5-2% salt
Maybe first figure pounds, second ounces?
Haven't worked it out as I am imperially challenged....
I think French Fries already mentioned it, it is very much depending on the country your are in and differs per restaurant.
In the Netherlands, either you got the table for the evening, or there are 2 shifts and you get told when booking.
Here in Zambia, it is 1 seating per table per evening...
(almost) vegetarian nachos.
I roasted some tomatoes in balsamic vinegar
Other ingredients: sweetcorn, onion, garlic, doritos (nachos), and a little dash of fish sauce
I roasted the onion and garlic mixture with the tomatoes till the onions were soft and browned.
And while that was taking...
Mix with cream cheese and herbs and spices and you got a nice spread.
Straight on bread
With tomatoes and pasta
I'm sure you can make a decent fish curry out of it as well.
There should be many more options
Pizza, or torte flambe. Actually somewhere in between...
The cheeses: cream cheese, cheddar and very mature maaslander
Leek and mixed into the cream cheese
Added some olive pesto and a bit of sambal for heat and just a drop of fish sauce
And then forgot to take any other pictures.
For sure, but the advantage of the cast iron handles is that you can use it in the oven or on the (open) fire .
Or, every disadvantage has it advantage (free translation of the famous Dutch football player Johan Cruijff)