Hello all. I just wanted to share with you one of my favourite recipes -pork madras curry- and some of my recently accepted photos of my version !Here goes. It is incredibly easy as you basically just have to throw all the ingredients into a pan ! In this recipe I’ve used pork, as I find it goes well with this sauce but it can also be made with chicken, beef, lamb, duck or hedgehog. Madras curry originates from the south of India, and gets its name from the city known as Madras when English... continue reading
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I have a sweet tooth.It's not something I'm proud of.I'm simply addicted to all things sweet.I live for certain days of the year.ChristmasEasterMy BirthdayAnd of course, the holy grail of all holidays for choco-holicsHalloweenThe one day of a year when you have a get-out-of-jail-free card to eat as many sweets as you want!I find the summer months to be long and unsweetOh sure, there's fruitBut when I'm really jonesing for that sweet... continue reading
If you're a gardener or have a friend at work who is one, then just about this time of year you are most likely up to your knees in summer squash.We've been trying all kinds of recipes lately to use up the bounty.This one was really tasty and healthy - give it a try!Barley with Grilled Summer Squash and Herb Vinaigrette2 cups of water1/3 teaspoon of salt1 1/4 cups quick-cooking pearl barley1 medium zucchini, quartered lengthwise1 medium yellow summer squash,... continue reading
Ah! Spring is in the Air!How do I know?Well, first is hay fever (why am I allergic to so many pretty things?)But the second is that tomatoes are making a come back in my local farmers market.Oh, I know they're still hot house tomatoes.But it means that vine ripened ones are just around the corner.I love tomatoes.They are so nutritious - and delicious in so many different ways.My favorite way to enjoy them is in a bowl of scratch made gazpacho.The recipe I like to use is... continue reading
Everything tastes better with REAL maple syrup.Not that fake artificial corn syrup crud!We pour it on ice cream, make maple syrup cocktails and use it in cooking. Living on the border of Vermont, we take pride in real honest to goodness maple syrup.Next month will be the start of the syruping season when local producers tap the sugar maple trees, start collecting sap and boiling it down into sugary liquid gold.Did you know it takes 25-75 gallons of tree sap to make one gallon of maple... continue reading
...it's time to make lemon-aide.This winter weather has me thinking about summer time I suppose.Hot days and cool drinks are on my mind as the snow falls outside.Something as simple as picking up a bag of lemons at the supermarket lead me to create a number of lemon based photographs, topped off with a cool glass of lemon-aid.My concoction included some leftover club soda from the fridge.This classic lemon-aid recipe uses a lot of honey for a more refined taste.Honey Lemon-Aid... continue reading
It is apple picking time of year!I added some crushed pecans to the topping.4 apples - peeled, cored and sliced1/2 cup brown sugar1 cup all-purpose flour3/4 cup white sugar1 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/4 teaspoon salt1 egg, beaten2 tablespoons butter, meltedDirectionsPreheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).In a 9 inch square baking pan, mix sliced apples with brown sugar. In a large bowl, mix together flour, white sugar, cinnamon and salt. In a small bowl, beat together... continue reading
Do you also like Halloween like me? If you gonna have a spooky party then do not forget to make the most important cocktail drink: "Bloody Mary"! A Halloween party without Bloody Mary? Oh No!!!!!!!! ;))))It tastes yummy and is easy to prepare. You just need a few ingredients: Vodka, tomato juice, salt, pepper, worcestershire sauce, lemon juice and a celery stalk for the decoration.Actually you can use any glass you want, but it would be good if you take a highball glass for this cocktail.... continue reading
..to celebrate another milestone with me. As of yesterday I have now more than 500 images online. How are we going to celebrate? Let's cook together!! among the latest batch of accepted images there is this one of a Spinach-Minced Meat bake. I prepared it (for the first time the day I took this image), photographed it, ate it. It was so delicious that I recently made it again for my family - and they too loved it. So here is how you make it:Ingredients:300 g Frozen Spinach Leaves150 g ground... continue reading
So, the other week my parents were coming up to visit and I really needed to get the house a little cleaner, bake some muffins, make some ice tea, etc. Basically I needed to organize some things, and generally run around spastically, doing random frantic things in the usual attempt to try to fool my parents into believing I am a lot less disorganized than I actually am. In all this hub-bub, I realized there wouldn't be much time for a couple of days to play with my camera, do much experimenting, or... continue reading
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