This is the homemade “Bresaola” that I made several weeks ago. You can find the recipe here. While this is certainly not comparable to the north italian original, it is still very delicious and – hey! – it’s self-made!
The third “harvest” of chard from my balcony, just minutes ago. If this regrows a fourth time now, I’ll be a little scared of it … 🙂
I’m not really into guns – I don’t own one (and I surely don’t have a permit), I don’t know too much about them and I wasn’t even in the Army… But this video really got me with it’s super cool explanation of how that “magic” works mechanically.
here in Munich today. Friggin’ hot and muggy.
Yesterdays harvest from my two chili plants – they really seem to like that hot weather. The small ones are mean little fu**ers… 🙂
Edit: I’m going to dry them and I’ll also keep some of the seeds.
I’m planning to finally go on another road trip again this summer – I need this so fu***ing badly. So, in the progress of planning, preparing and organizing everything, I’ll try to post here what I do. Perhaps some of you can relate or even take the one or the other hint. This will be updated irregularly.
These are the veggie-pots that I’m trying to nurse on my balcony. They’re spinach, chard and sage, each grown from seeds. On the images, the plants have already been “harvested” once and have since regrown really well. This is a fun and easy thing to do, and – hey – you can even eat it!
Someone from America (!) commented very nicely on my old “Home Cured Trout” post (thank you, Sir!) and wanted to know what to do exactly. I feel honored to answer – it’s not difficult and the results are great. Here’s how I did it:
(I used a fairly large trout that I caught that day, but you can also use salmon – since that’s where the recipes comes from – or for example char. I use the old images here.)
This is what we managed to gather from our small, experimental gardening space today!
Together with a soup as a starter, a steak, perhaps some rice and a little chicken as well as some ice cream afterwards, you get two people easily full with that 🙂
Joking aside: I’m proud.
(“Ahh-la-baah-ma whide baarb’quu sooosss” – as I’ve been told 🙂 ) Very delicious, everybody in the family likes it.
1 cup mayonnaise
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
3 tsp. water
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1/2 tsp. kosher salt
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 tsp. onion powder
1/2 tsp. freshly ground black pepper
1/4 tsp. hot sauce
Only fly in the ointment is that it’s almost impossible to get hands on apple cider vinegar here in germany. A substitute is mixing apple juice and apple vinegar 50:50 but, honestly, it’s not the same.
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