painful. Being away from my parents for the first time, I can eat what I want , I'm the great chef now. Back then you had to heat up charcoal with lighter fluid. Well these coals weren't heating up quickly enough for the proud young chef so I added some gasoline and had a little...
gazpacho. The following is the one from my community.
Andalucian gazpacho (It's a drink)
4 red and ripe tomatoes
1 green pepper and a piece of red pepper.
1 clove of garlic
extra virgin olive oil ( a small stream)
eat food from restaurants. Cooking my own is more fun, cheaper and just better. I know the conditions are clean the the ingredients are wholesome. I work nights and sometimes I will have a jones for something not available early in the morning. So I'll have a beer or glass...
- 500gr black beans (keep them in water through the night)
- 1 red pepper
- 1 green pepper
- 1 onion
- olive oil
- 3 or 4 cloves of garlic
- cumin (a bit)
1) cut the vegetables into small pieces and fry them lightly with olive oil in a pan...
I even tried to make one once. My wife told me cook the roast in the oven at325degrees for 3 hours. Men are very good at math so I figured at 600 degrees it would only take an hour, well life in our house changed quickly. It was bad enough that the roast was the size of a dime...
and am always looking to improve things. I've recently thought of purchasing a pressure cooker to try and speed things up. We are a busy family and our days start at 6am and most times aren't getting home until 7pm. That makes it hard to do cook a great meal and not be eating...
and another girl talk about how we liked Campbell's Chunky Soup Split Pea style. So she invited us over for homemade split pea soup. She also made corn bread, salad, and lemon and. We had apple pie for desert. It made me cry to know she did this because the woman is in her...
that it was my first meal in the oven and the meat is too done also the look is not great but it tastes good.
There are many varieties of paella in the net but I post here the one my father uses to cook.
To cook a paella we use a perol ( the one you can see in the pic above. In case you don't have one, you can use two pans)
- onion (a half)
- garlic ( three cloves)
because I'm off til friday so I finally get to spend the day cooking some soul food. Roast, greens, blackeye peas, yams, mac n cheese, cornbread, and bread pudding finally...it's alot but I have a total of 6 people in the home and I am inviting my sister and her 3 kids to eat...
Salad for today.
The easy recipe: potato, carrot, egg, mayonaise, tuna, olives and peas.
Surfing the net, I read another recipe with the same ingredients but they also add a little of chopped onion.
Have you ever add onion and did you like it?