Earlier today I’ve posted my current recipe (with some rather lengthy and detailed instructions) for Stockholm Sourdough bread, along with a promise to test it again later – so, the result of said test just came out of the oven. I’d say this is proof positive that the recipe does, indeed, work! Currently it’s scenting the entire apartment to the point where though I am … Continue reading Recipe Test, Success, Sourdough!
As I’ve mentioned in the previous post, I love aubergines. To make the long story short, I love them because they are pretty, because they are healthy and good for you, and because frankly, cooked properly they have one of the most amazing savory flavors ever, all on their own. And I’m not even a vegetarian! I mean… I am a carnivore, really, but aubergines … Continue reading Tian d’aubergines (also known as Provencal Aubergine Gratin)
Aubergine – also known as Eggplant – is a gorgeous vegetable. Now, I am most likely biased, because I love all things purple, and aubergines are an amazing deep dark shade of it, but you have got to agree that the deep color and gloss make them stand out among vegetables like a silk evening dress among T-shirts and jeans. Of course, if color was … Continue reading Mediterranean Aubergine Salad
It is a real shame, in my opinion, that the only variety of cherries one can buy fresh (i.e. not made into conserves or alcohol of some sort) in stores these days, are the beautiful and shiny sweet cherries. While they are great for eating fresh – if you are lucky to find some good ones at a market – they are somewhat worthless for … Continue reading Morello (Sour) Cherry Crumble Pie