Burra Maluca wrote:We seem to have a bit of a glut of watermelon at the moment so I'm making up another salad today, maybe with a dash of lemon juice and a dollop of greek yogurt this time, then I'll freeze the other half of the melon for use in smoothies or desserts later in the year, and either freezing or dehydrating the rinds. I think I need a bigger solar dehydrator for all this stuff that's arriving from the garden...
Jocelyn Campbell wrote:
Frank, I'm with you on the bone broths though I make ours in crockpot since we don't have the RMH going long enough to support a pot on the barrel there.
Anita Martin wrote:Since I bought the Veg Everyday Cookbook by Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall I have been intrigued by the Tourte de Blettes, a traditional swiss chard pie from Nice, France.
I still have lots of Swiss chard in the garden, and when my neighbour brought me my annual treat of Boskoop apples (an historic variety from the Netherlands/Germany) I decided it was perfect time to bake it. Dough and filling takes its time, but I really liked the outcome. The recipe is for the sweet type of Tourte (with apples, raisins, nuts, eggs, swiss chard), powdered with sugar.
(I don't have a nice pic to upload, it looks like this: http://www.lemanger.fr/index.php/la-tourte-de-blettes-la-vraie/)
I also made a cream of leek soup (leeks given to us by our allotment neighbours) with croutons, and baked beets with goat cheese (beets also from the neighbours).
A very local and seasonal meal (and frugal). I enjoyed it very much, the kids more or less!
Coq au vin
(Cock/rooster in wine)