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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Dmitry » 2 January 2021, 21:19

On New Year’s Eve, salads, fried chicken, herring under a fur coat, mandarins, champagne, wine, cognac... But I haven't tasted any food since I got Covid. 😪
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Aladdin » 2 January 2021, 21:31

Anything, but English food. Tired of serving it at work.
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby René » 2 January 2021, 22:24

Forgot to mention, around Christmas we had a fairly massive amount of "Texas trash", a holiday tradition in our Texan boyfriend's family. It was incredibly tasty and addictive. He said if we hadn't been here, he would still have made the same amount and eaten it all himself (as he didn't go back to Texas this time in light of the pandemic), which seems insane. :P

Dmitry wrote:On New Year’s Eve, salads, fried chicken, herring under a fur coat, mandarins, champagne, wine, cognac... But I haven't tasted any food since I got Covid. 😪

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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Jzone » 2 January 2021, 22:27

René wrote:
Jzone wrote:Aebleskiver, my favorite holiday breakfast. Have I asked you about these before, René?

I think you might have! Are they sort of spherical poffertjes? :D
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Aebleskiver is the Viking version, while poffertjes are apparently Catholic in origin. :awesome: Some people add fillings, but I like to make them plain with toppings on the side: fruit, jam, maple syrup, powdered sugar, etc. The center is just airy dough.

poolerboy0077 wrote:Ooh! I had them in Solvang once. I want to learn how to make them.
Solvang is definitely the place to try them in California. You need a special pan, and cast iron is best. You can sometimes find them at 2nd hand stores. Youtube has good videos for the technique.
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Brenden » 3 January 2021, 14:43

OutsideIn wrote:
Brenden wrote:Roasted pumpkin seeds still in their shells. So crunchy! So much fibre! :drool:

That drool emoticon looks like it's puking. Someone should fix that. :lol:

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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby VagrantMenagerie » 8 January 2021, 00:48

A salad that had way too many stem cores...
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