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PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 9:38 am 
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Here is my homemade fermented tomato salsa and fennel kimchi. :bounce:

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It's made exactly the same way as Sauerkraut and it's so easy. For the salsa I didn't even use a food processor. It's like a really chunky salsa that you would use for tacos or something and it tastes SO good! :drool: All raw, full of vitamins and will boost your immune system. I usually mix a tablespoon or two with my sprouts and vegetables that I eat for dinner. Adds lots of flavour and spice. The jars are 1,5 liters and 3 liters.

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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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^ You are really the expert when it comes to preserving foods. :D I've always been quite intimidated by the process. :oops:

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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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I had baked salmon, steamed green beans & roasted garlic mashed potatoes. Oh, and a blueberry muffin.

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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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^ that sounds delicious!

tonight i intend to eat a piece of steak the size of my face. i wish time would go faster so that i could have steak time right nowwww. ^_^


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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
PostPosted: Fri Feb 13, 2015 7:00 pm 
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my best friendy and i don't have any significant others tonight or tomorrow, so we are going to have a weekend of meat-eating and whiskey. the meat "party" begins tonight. (it's not a party, but "meat party" makes me laugh) aka we are eating various meats and then drinking whiskey in the dark and yelling about stuff we hate until we get too tired to hate anymore and fall asleep, and maybe shoot some video game monsters at some point. i almost slept through it because i had a nap, but he called me 1000 times just now until i was awake enough to answer. at first thought it was my weekday alarm going off so i ignored it, now he's mad, so i guess there will be even more yelling than usual. :rolling:


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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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Pepperoni pizza with peppers and a little cheese.


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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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Left overs of some black pasta I made last night with tomato, basil and mushroom sauce

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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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That is so intriguing! What did your little daughter think of it? :)

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She said, "Please can have some black spaghetti and sostages (sausages)" She liked the spaghetti but not so much the sauce...it was quite cute :D

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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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Dinner yesterday and the rest of it today was vegetarian Zwiebelkuchen (onion cake). It's a very simple, very German dish that is easy to make and tastes lovely. :drool:

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About 500 grams of thin sliced onion
100 grams of cheese with strong flavour
3 eggs
150 ml of sour cream
100 grams of flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon olive oil
sea salt, fresh ground black and white pepper, nutmeg, a hand full fresh marjoram (or use the spice and herbs you like).

Mix it all really well, put it in a baking tin that has been coated with butter and bake in the oven for about 30 minutes at about 180 - 190 degrees Celsius. :mashmashmash:

Can be eaten cold or warmed up the next day as well.

And Thilo, the wine seller at my local market, he would rip my head off for baking it "off season". :rolling: It's usually served September and October only, together with the first harvest of new wine (Federweißem) in Germany. Very important details to some people. :lol: You can pick such funny fights over food in Germany. :P

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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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Looks lovely

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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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^ It really was. :drool:

I made again on Friday when two of our German friends came over and they LOVED it. The guy ran out to the kitchen for another bite as soon as he had finished the first one. :lol: Nice to know people like my cooking. :mashmashmash:

Last night I just made something else really simple and good. It was a cold and wet day and I felt like something warm this time. I also needed to get rid of some ingredients that I don't use very often.
So I went and bought a bunch of cherry tomatoes and a few potatoes, used the last bit of butternut squash I had left since I baked last week, used some onions and carrot. Cut them all in fairly large pieces, put then in a glass pan, added some water, butter and soup powder, put the lid on and put in the oven for about and hour at 175C.
The last few minutes before it was done, I took it out and cracked 3 eggs on top of the vegetables, then let them cook in the oven a few more minutes.
Not a real recipe, I just needed to use up a bunch of stuff, but it was still delicious. :drool:

I made pumpkin pie cheesecake last week and even made my own pumpkin puree for it (it's very easy). Turned out just like the cheesecake at the cafes. :drool:
I can write down the recipe a bit later. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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^Yum!

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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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Sounds absolutely delicious Kettenhund!

I am a huge fan of Asian food, particularly Japanese and Chinese cuisine. Stir-fry is my go-to "easy" weeknight meal. I make heaps too and take for leftovers for lunch at work :)
I made Wonton Noodle Soup from scratch the other night. Sooooo yummy :). I find Asian recipes to be versatile because you can switch up just a couple of ingredients and get a completely different dish, and helps to use up items in the cupboard!

Planning on making a stir fry tonight so I can get a big veggie hit. My immune system is run down after being sick and my energy levels are dropping so will also put in some nuts and seeds for a bit of an iron boost :) This recipe looks delicious!

http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/40682/snowpea+tofu+and+mushroom+stir+fry

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 Post subject: Re: Whats for dinner?
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The children had beef and noodles for dinner and made a mess as children do :rolling:

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