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Old 05-08-2013, 07:32 AM   #551
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I have really been into making my own granola and muslies lately
Thanks for the reminder. Have some bits I've been saving to make granola. Think I'll do it today.
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I've started making my own pico de gallo. Dice three seeded roma tomatoes, 1 green bell pepper, 1 small yellow onion, 1 pickled jalapeno (seeds and membrane removed) and 2-3 tablespoons fresh cilantro, coarsely chopped.

Marinate the onions in 3 tablespoons lime juice before combining with the rest of the veggies. Salt and pepper to taste (1 used 1/2 teaspoon kosher, and a few spins from my pepper grinder).

Mix all together and consume.
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Just discovered this afternoon how damn moorish crispy seaweed is got it from our local Asain grocery store and am gonna be hard pressed to have any left you can crumble it over stir fries and into soups after they are made but its so delish on its own. At least I am gonna be near there every 6 weeks so that means I can get my store cupboard of yumminess happening even more
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They're in season, and I managed to get by an Asian supermarket to buy a couple pounds of them.

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cherry tomatoes! with just a little bit of salt to bring out the taste. i'd rather sit with a cherub of cherry tomatoes during a movie than with a bag of popcorn. so delicious.
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I just take oatmeal and add sliced apples, peanut butter and honey.

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I just tried the Asian Salad at Chick-fil-a with honey sesame dressing...very very good! Had them 2 nights in a row for dinner..
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I can only have cherry tomatoes if they're already cut in half, else I just bite down softly worrying about the "bursting" in my mouth. I've never had the pleasure of another man in my mouth, but with every bursting bite I imagine that's what it would feel like so it kind of turns me off to the idea of eating cherry tomatoes.
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I can only have cherry tomatoes if they're already cut in half, else I just bite down softly worrying about the "bursting" in my mouth. I've never had the pleasure of another man in my mouth, but with every bursting bite I imagine that's what it would feel like so it kind of turns me off to the idea of eating cherry tomatoes.
A nut burst tastes way better than tomatoes.
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I read somewhere recently (probably here) that American food is the peasant food (recipes and dishes) from the countries America gathered immigrants from.

I've been looking for recipes that originate in an Non-American country that has "peasant" or "poor peoples" attached to see if this is true. Makes me want to compile a recipe book titled Peasant Food of the World.
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You write it; I'll buy it. Peasant food is amazing!
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I don't usually go crazy over food items but..........

These fruit parfaits, are amazing. After having one I began buying them daily, sometimes two at a time.... maybe its to counter that jack link's beef jerky craze I was on a while ago
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I've been looking for recipes that originate in an Non-American country that has "peasant" or "poor peoples" attached to see if this is true. Makes me want to compile a recipe book titled Peasant Food of the World.
I love "peasant" food. There's just something comforting about it. Growing up on peasant food, I have notice some similarities in foods that have been "assimilated" to fit into american culture.
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I read somewhere recently (probably here) that American food is the peasant food (recipes and dishes) from the countries America gathered immigrants from.

I've been looking for recipes that originate in an Non-American country that has "peasant" or "poor peoples" attached to see if this is true. Makes me want to compile a recipe book titled Peasant Food of the World.
Try looking up browned flour potato soup called, I believe something close to "zaprashka"
in Czechoslovakian. It is peasant food and I believe, shared many Eastern European countries & nationalities.
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After doing a google search on zaprashka and finding not one similar recipe, I found a definition in an "Encyclopedia of Jewish Food" that equates zaprashka (Polish), balsamella (Italian), mehlschwitze (German) and roux (French). Einbren , alternatively, is a Yiddish word for browned dry flour.

Zaprashka itself was a roux using whatever fat is available and flour. Then water and whatever was available to add to it, to make a "humble" soup.

Most recipes were either a sauerkraut, mushroom, or potato soup.

Thanks for the tip. I like having a key word like zaprashka that is unique enough to open more content and history than you can shake a stick at.

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Greens! I have been putting kale and spinach in everything i possibly can. Over the weekend i steamed 5lbs of greens and made an Indian inspired dish to keep in the fridge for quick and easy meals. It is good! I am starting to not like anything that isn't full of greens and veggies. I never thought i'd come to the point that chips and sweets aren't my thing in favor of healthy foods. Must be getting old or something
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