A friend of mine from the Neatherlands invited me to his hometown for a Oysterparty. There is a Oyster station near his place and all Oysters which are not perfectly shaped are thrown into the sea. So you just have to walk around and pick the oysters up
I was a bit afraid that we might get old oysters, but my friend told me that he never had a problem. The oysters were BBQe
Anyone feel like a milkshake? What if it’s a good-for-you milkshake made with just a few ingredients???
In case you missed my recent posts you may not have caught when I mentioned I’m planning for a trip I’m taking soon. Well, it’s getting closer to crunch time so I’m trying to make sure that I get everything done and packed in time. I’d be lying if I said this hasn’t been a huge distraction from my typical blogging/cooking schedule so that means some of my recent recipes have been total last-minute decisions. This one, for example, is just something that sounded like a delicious idea and I made for one of the recent birthdays in my family. We’ve had a lot of birthdays recently. In fact, April is a month full of birthdays around here so this past week there have already been 2. I know, that’s a lot for one week, right?
I met my fiend the day before yesterday. We met at the university more than 25 years ago. After graduating university, we have met from time to time. He is very smart. Sometimes it is wondrous how he understand the beneath of the phenomenon. He has insight, so it is great pleasure for me to hear him.
Strange thing is that he is not so a man of ability to make a money. Even though he has brilliant brain, it was his wife who had taken care for his family.
Once opon a time I invite him restaurant and pay for dinner. At every case I had got more learning from him. His deep and wide knowledge bring me to the New World of insight.
We met down town and went to the japanese restaurant. I ordered Sashimi
At first they served pumpkin and rice gruel as a appetizer.
It was soft and warm.
Main dish was the same like below
Three kinds if sashimi was served
This is snapper and looks like this.
Today I learned that I could make homemade cannabis infused ice cream from scratch without using refined sugar, edible oils and the gum fillers that are typically used to make commercially prepared ice cream. That translates into a healthier recipe with a hand-full of recognizable ingredients that you can easily pronounce.
(Wow!!! I didn't think that I could do it either...make cannabis infused ice-cream, that is.)
Yet, here we are.
(Now, this recipe will make a very nice non-cannabis ice-cream too. Just omit the 1/4 cup of infused bee honey and increase the amount of regular bee honey from 3/4 cup to 1 cup. This will ensure that all your ratios will remain the same.)
I'm not going to sugar coat this.
It's a long process of chemical reactions and infusions. Some taking longer than others and spanning over a few days.
This is not a recipe that you can make in the morning and enj
Last year I had ordered 15 Pitaya cuttings from a Dragonfruit grower down in Florida. Pruning these plants becomes necessary anyway, so selling the cuttings is another income option for Pitaya farmers.
As a bonus benefit, the grower I ordered mine from sent me 17 cuttings instead of the 15 I ordered. Here is my video update.
I knew that they would not survive the winter in Arkansas if I left them outside and unfortunately I did not get a greenhouse up last year. Thankfully, I was able to store them for the winter in a nearby basement, and it worked.
Some die-back occurred due to the frost last year before I moved them indoo
The first time I was presented with a Pizza Bianco I almost got the punching gloves out, so convinced was I that someone was having a lark with me. But no, it was stunningly good. So here is my version. With added habanero mightiness of course!
225 grams of spelt flour
225 grams of strong white flour
7 grams of fast action yeast
1 teaspoon of salt
½ a teaspoon of white sugar
3 tablespoons of olive oil
6 medium potatoes
2 sprigs of of rosemary
A pinch of sea salt
1 thinly sliced clove of garlic
1 hell hot habanero!!
300 mls of warm water
*Note this makes enough for two 12
So what happens if you end up with of over-fermented tea or extra scoby mats? There are actually more uses for these byproducts than kombucha itself, which is primarily just a living drink. From medicine to dog treats, Kombucha has all the bases covered.
Many brewers are known for keeping a special jar just for the purpose of having around vinegar for whatever uses. Done correctly, you get an endless yield of a vinegar that is virtually just as useful as apple cider vinegar. All it takes is letting a brew go too long. Like months even, only adding a small amount of sweet tea to top it off every month and a half to two months.
So what can you do with the vinegar?
Salad Dressings: Substitute kombucha vinegar in place of vinegar
햇살 좋은 어느 남프랑스의 자그마한 식당의 화덕 샌드위치를 재현한 서래마을의 샌드위치 맛집 <빠니스(Panisse)>. 프랑스 꼬르동블루를 졸업한 오너 쉐프가 운영하는 프렌치 식당으로 깔끔한 맛과 인테리어, 신선한 재료로 인정을 받고 있으며 특히 <샌드위치> 메뉴 하나로 서래마을에서 정평이 난 곳이기도 하다.
티 없이 하얀 외관에 블랙으로 포인트를 주었고, 높은 천고가 작은 매장에 답답함을 해소했다. 대리석 테이블로 공간의 무게감을 실었고 통 창으로 햇볕이 비치는 때에는 창가 자리에서 샌드위치로 식사를 하고 커피를 주문해서 티타임을 즐기기에도 그만이다. 매장 곳곳에 비치한 커다란 화분들이 화이트 톤의 인테리어와 함께 식당의 신선하고 신뢰를 주는 운
The biggest concern most people have as a new brewer is whether or not they'll recognize if something is wrong. We hear horror stories of people having died from contamination in one regard or another and that's enough to scare anyone off from brewing. In reality, it's not that hard to notice issues and there are only a few ways you can really harm yourself with kombucha. It's much more rewarding to brew your own slightly sweet brew than one to drink one that's already nearly vinegar from the store. Today's post will cover the most common things that can go wrong in brewing, as well as how to avoid them.
안녕하세요 yoonjang0707 입니다.
요즘 제가 즐겨 찾는 집 근처 커피숍이 있습니다.
özsüt 이라는 커피숍 입니다.
터키에서는 유명한 커피숍인 것 같더군요.
사실 이집 커피는 맛이 없는데 디저트가 정말 맛있습니다.
커피보다는 디저트를 먹으로 가는 느낌이네요.
다른 커피는 별로 맛이 좋지 않아서 보통 블랙 커피나 터키 çay 또는 Turkish coffee 를 마시곤 합니다.
여자친구는 Turkish coffee를 주문했고요
Turkish coffee를 주문하면 이렇게 커피
On a Sunday I like to make something sweet to salve the pain of going back to work on Monday. There isn't much sweeter and tastier than these! You gotta try them, they are a breeze to make.
280 grams of light brown sugar
200 grams of melted unsalted butter
250 grams of plain flour
3 large eggs
100 grams of malted milk powder
1½ teaspoons of baking powder
93 gram bag of maltesers
50 grams of white chocolate for melty drizzling
And that's it! Let's get cooking!!
Firstly, get your oven on at 160 degrees. Also line a baking tray with baking paper.
Melt your butter in the microwave. About forty seconds should do it. Add this to your sugar in a large bowl.
Smoothie time in my part of the world! Now I know again why they call this the hot season.... It's just over 7 am and already sticking hot! About 36 C or 97 F.... think I might go for a swim later! Thought I was getting used to the heat... but this is just a little bit too sweaty for me.... But hey I'm not complaining... still feeling blessed every day to be able to live in this beautiful tropical country!
I wish all of you a beautiful morning, day, or evening too!
2 cups unsweetened coconut water
2 cups fresh spinach, packed
2 cups pineapple chunks
1/2 orange, peeled
2 tablespoons dried goji berries (optional topping)
2 tablespoons unsweetened coconut flakes (optional topping)
I have warned you about my berry addiction a lot, haven’t I? Well, if not then consider yourself warned no, and hopefully you’re not getting sick of berry recipes by now because I’m really excited to share this recipe with you!
I’ve been telling you about all the raspberries that I froze away from this past summer, but I forgot to mention that there was a fair amount of blackberries. Most of these were picked by my brother-in-law because he’s good to me like that and he knows how much I like having them to cook with (and devour like nobody’s business!)
So the reason we pick the blackberries ( or ”Mora” as they are called here.) ourselves is that they grow wild here, everywhere. It’s been a mystery to me since we moved to this area that none of the local stores or produce vendors sell them. The actual plant that the
I woke up one morning feeling incredibly fatigued, as if I hadn't slept at all. I had so much to do that day and I already wasn't feeling it. As the day wore on, I started to develop a migraine and by that night, I was in pain from my head, to the muscles in my neck and shoulders and I felt sick to my stomach.
That night I barely slept and was in and out of dream state. In one particular dream, I went to a friend's house and noticed they had just been to the store and had a large bag of purple potatoes...random I know, but I suggested putting together a meal of purple potato mash, ramps and collard greens...again random...or was it? I think my body was speaking to me.
Before bed, I was googling my symptoms and trying to figure out why I felt so terrible and I found this article relating migraines and muscle pain to a deficiency in magnesium.
Have you ever seen anything quite like this? I have never in my life seen mussels so big, and inside they are not dirty and brown, but white with the texture of a fresh sea scallop. i'm still not 100% sure that they aren't a scallop even though the shell would indicate otherwise. My initial searching on the web isn't turning up much information about them either.
My wife recently returned from a trip to Korea and couldn't wait to show me these pics, she knew I would be interested. She said they tasted amazing and they actually went back 2 days in a row to buy more. A half a shell costs about US$10 and each one takes more than 10 minutes to prepare, as they scoop it fresh from the tank, cut and clean it, then add some butter and cheese & flame cook it on the bbq with a blowtorch. It really is quite impressive. (Scroll down for the video)
This is a traditional Greek dish is a super summer appetizer! These tomato fritters are a little crispy on the outside and burst in flavors on the moist inside. It’s better to make these with summer tomatoes, when they have the real flavor of tomato.
Give these baked tomato fritters a try, serve them with a glass of Greek ouzo and imagine you are sitting by the sea and enjoying the bright Mediterranean sun!
Hello dear Steemians,
It is Monday and it is noon, so what can be better than eating something. At the beginning of the week, it can be a bit more heartfelt, so that we have enough energy to cross the working week. For this I will make today chicken chicken with a sesame crust in the oven. There is the classic, early potatoes and red cabbage.
Hallo liebe Steemians,
es ist Montag und es ist Mittagszeit, was kann also besser sein als etwas zu essen. Am Anfang der Woche kann es ruhig etwas Deftiges sein, damit wir genügend Energie haben um die Arbeitsreiche Woche zu überstehen. Dazu werde ich heute Hühnerschenkel mit einer Sesam Kruste im Ofen zubereiten. Dazu gibt es den Klassiker, Frühkartoffeln und Rotkraut.
Din Tai Fung is probably the most famous restaurant from Taiwan in the world. As so many Steemians have blogged about their dining experiences in many branch stores of DTF around the world. The most famous one is by @sweetsssj at a Hong Kong branch. The point is, as much as we love sweetsssj, her guest is Ned. Oh, Ned is real person, don't you know?! :) See here
And our top notch travel guru @knozaki2015 also have two posts about this restaurant. Yummy, it seems...
I have been meaning to get to this place for awhile. The place was clean, the decor was solid and they had GHOST PEPPER SAUCE!
I have discussed on here my love of the spice, so let us get to the pictures and review.
Well, they have a pretty complete menu with lots of tasty options. Today, in my expert culinary consu
This is fried tofu and rice with shrimp sauce which I cooked a few days ago . My previous post about shrimp and tofu is here
Heat a no-sticky frying pan, add a bit of oil and put shrimp head to it , fry it for 2-3 minutes and then put a few pieces of tofu, go on fry it. add in pepper and salt, until the tofu is golden brown, remove it to a plate. Place a small bowl of cooked rice in the pan, fry rice with the remaining oil and a little garlic, continue to stir it. season with salt.
The fried tofu and rice with shrimp sauce is done. dish up serve with warm. enjoy it.