I had two heads of romanesco and a batch of bacon left over from another meal. So I threw everything together and the outcome was indeed very delicious (yes, I will have to work on my presentation). It’s an unpretentious and simple recipe for leftover usage.
I felt like having been run through the wringer yesterday. Dizzy, wobbly, queasy, tired – you name it. And hungry as hell, so I made these. The recipes requires only a few ingredients, almost no work and a minimum of supervision. Oh, and it’s yummy.
I want to make a YouTube recommendation this time. This guy’s YouTube channel as well as his Website have taught me a whole lot about some rather upscale cooking or respectively “fine dining”. It’s very much especially not the common “quick & easy” ubiquitous type of internet recipes.
He explains a lot, demonstrates everything in a very comprehensible way and at least for me, everything I tried turned out downright delicious.
I was forbidden to eat for two days due to a medical examination that I had to take. Thereafter, I was not so much starving (I weigh 100 kg – I’m sure I won’t starve that soon), but I was craving. I had an enormous appetite for noodles, so I grabbed all the remainders I had in the fridge and made my “personal Udon”. Easy, yummy and (any possible asian readers please forgive me) not in any way traditional:
I’ll undergo a medical examination where I must not eat for one day in advance. So I treated myself with a grubby and substantial meal the evening before. Here is it:
This is my white wine and mushroom pasta recipe. Easy to make and very delicious. I like to use dried mushrooms for this since they’re more flavourful than the fresh ones. And please do ignore my messy kitchen.
Have a look at this guys cool YouTube Video:
Yes, it is nicely made, it’s informative and yes, I did learn from it… But the actual hammer is this elaborate article that guy wrote on reddit as a complement for the movie. This is downright premium content – if you’re even only slightly interested in asian cooking, this is a must read!
I took the bacon out of the drying box today and did a little taste-test. It tastes absolutely great, though absolutely nothing like the bacon the classically skilled western european ist used to. It is very dry on the outside, yet juicy and soft enough on the inside to be yummy.
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