Chili-kale-nom

My good friend Chalkahlom very kindly sent me two kinds of genuine Hungarian paprika powder. For this post I used: So, there was a sort of challenge on the fediverse. What the fediverse is, I cannot bother to explain now, but please look up the term on your favorite search engine 🙂 The challenge was …

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Ceramic aware

I have an assortment of ceramic ware. Some I rarely or almost never use. They are a sort of collection, I guess, memory of travels, or just old times. Some of these are just not of much use to me in daily life, such as hashioki. Some I use more or less daily: dishes, tea …

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Orange mess

Today, as often, I applied the Kajsa Warg principle (see earlier cooking posts). I had frozen (ecologically approved) prawns in the freezer. I also decided that I was going to have rice with them. The rest more or less just happened. The rice was a mix of whole (brown) rice, red rice and wild rice. …

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Yogurt Capitalism

This post is not about the movie character Yogurt from Spaceballs and his obsession with merchandising. It is about yogurt, the milk product. Every day I eat yogurt, and always the “plain” types. Then I add whatever stuff I want, such as nuts, berries or raisins. Or none at all. That gives me choice. I …

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Chick Peas + Stew

Hey ho, another post about cooking. Today I decided to make a complement dish with chick peas. They were canned (boo), but at least ecologically grown. As usual, I hadn’t planned much, and I also engaged in my new hobby since 3 days back: excluding nightshade. I also excluded garlic just for the challenge. So, …

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Chicken, no nightshades

If this is your first visit here, please acknowledge that most of my “recipes” are not exact, but rather rambling documents of my more or less improvised cooking. I’ve previously heard that some people avoid nightshade (Solanaceae) plants. I cannot now remember the reasons they stated for their avoidance, more than it concerned their health. …

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