Faux tajine chicken with butternut squash and lucky dragon potato 60 minutes. Black salt smells like sulfur. Autocad smells like I did this in five minutes. This serves three … Continue reading Faux tajine chicken with butternut squash and potato
Go nuts with natural products! Soapnuts have saponin, the same chemical used by quinoa to repel insects. Pros: Soapnuts are used to make all sorts of cleaning products and work … Continue reading Soapberries: Natural surfactant, detergent, insecticide and Native American ice cream
Follow this recipe to make a dessert that features a couple of unusual holiday fruits your grocer stocks over the holidays. The preparation, cooking, and plating of this lovely … Continue reading Thanksgiving Sundaes
Basil seeds. Boil a Tbsp in two cups of water for about a minute or so, drain, chill in cold water, drain again. I like them mixed with a touch … Continue reading Halloween Hack – Tiny Edible Gelatinous Eyeballs
I married it!
I used to live on another planet, a kitchen planet. All the bad behavior and mayhem you could possibly tolerate. I was lucky to get out, but sad to go. … Continue reading Recovered Chef – Gravlax
This is a good start. GMO products are dangerous. Some of them, like GMO sweet corn, actually produce pesticides INSIDE the food. Monsanto is about as evil as it gets. … Continue reading GMO Do-Not-Buy List on Single Page
My brother got a new tattoo recently. I asked him if they were hot or mild wings. He said neither – they’re “just sexy.”
I will add a recipe to these tomorrow. Maybe.
I’ll have the Superbowl Bash Bro’det with a side of Donkamole. To drink? Irish car bomb shake.
• 1 pound of scallops • ¼ cup squeezed lime juice • ¼ cup squeezed lemon juice • ½ cup orange juice • Two extra oranges, lemons, and limes … Continue reading The Recovered Chef – Scallop Ceviche