Get in mah belly!
Same. Give unripe mango a try!
We had dinner out (sans kid, yay!), but for lunch I made crispy quinoa bowls with spicy sesame cabbage and turnip slaw, pickled daikon and celery, pickled ginger, and leftover butternut squash, broccoli, sweet potato and peppers from last night’s fondue repast. Panko shrimp as the protein and Sriracha mayo drizzle over all.
Great idea. Thanks
German-style dinner - Frikadellen (pork and beef mix) with green beans and crispy bacon mashed potatoes
Last night DH made the most AHmazing vegetarian French onion soup (mushroom broth). Roasted parmesan Brussels sprouts on the side.
Really hit the spot as the weather is turning colder.
That looks fab. Did he make the broth or use BTB’s mushroom broth? I find it’s a great veg base for many soups.
He used BTB. This was my first time trying French Onion Soup, so I don’t have much personal frame of reference for comparing versions and ingredients.
All I know was this was sooo good, plus not made by me (which added to the enjoyment).
Yes, we now have a bottle of BTB mushroom broth base. Do you have any ideas what else we can use this for?
I think it really works!
I add it anywhere for Umami. You could make vegetarian Swedish meatballs?
I have never tried veg Swedish meatballs, but no reason not to put them on the list.
I use it for my hot pot base, together with the BTB roasted garlic.
It’s just a good idea. I have the hardest time picking good mangos. Now I can say I planned on them being ripe and then use them in place of green papaya
Cook rice in it for a risotto. If you eat beef, stir it into beef stroganoff or any braised beef (like pot roast), use it as the base of a gravy for beef.
Risotto good idea, thank you. No beef or any other meat here.
Poaching liquid for eggs, fish and mushrooms (yes, gild the Lilly!)
Rice porridge or congee
Some good ideas thank you, especially for savory oatmeal and congee, and amping up mushrooms.
No meat here nor fish, cause for us, fish/seafood is meat.
Portobello mushroom burger with grilled red onions, gorgonzola, and Dijon mustard, and a side of roasted green beans hidden in the back!
Lunch was too many Christmas cookies. Dinner was chicken diavolo and romaine with homemade Caesar dressing.
It has been ages since I have made beef stew. Seasoned and seared the stew meat, added onion, garlic, deglazed the pan with a splash of wine, added beef broth, a dash of Maggi and bay leaves. Simmered for an hour than added carrots, celery and a potato. Salad of mixed greens, tomatoes, red onion, pickled beets, gorgonzola and ranch dressing. Warm baguette with parsley butter. Bourbon and ginger ale, wine.