White bread with 10% rye and 10% oatmeal:
make bread crumb and toast lightly in the oven
grate some parmesan
whizz up herbs, citrus zest and garlic in food processor,
mix all of the above up with some olive oil
hot oven, season fish and light coating of olive oil, press the crumb on top
cook for about 10-15 mins
looking good, any 'cut' pics?
we need to see aeration structure!
Just made a salad for lunch, fuel after a turbo session this morning.
Can of tuna, half portion of brown rice, pile of kale, grated carrot, lemon juice, olive oil, chipotle chilli flakes, S&P. Fucking great! Could be my go-to recovery meal now.
That and peanut butter out of the jar with a big spoon.
Stole a load of apples and pears from my dad's neighbour's garden at the weekend. Frozen a lot of the apples along with some rhubarb so I can have rhubarb and apple crumble every weekend for the rest of my days.
Got some apples leftover so planning to make some apple and chilli sauce and some apple sorbet.
Any ideas with the pears?
Pear butter. Make it with vanilla beans. VERY tasty.
I'm lactose intolerant - agh haven't sorted log in on my phone Kat
No milk involved.
I have better recipes than that, but this is the general idea.
I like butter. All sorts of butters. I'm after a butter dish. I figure if we pay money for something that looks nice and keeps butter covered it will encourage my wife not to just leave open packets of crumb-filled butter to attract flies on the work surface underneath buttery knifes.
We have coppery stuff (pots and pans/kettle/toaster), oaky stuff (work surface), graphite stuff (units), slate stuff (floors) and white stuff (tiled splash back and walls).
If Dualit did butter dishes we'd be laughing. Since they don't, who does nice ones from a design point of view? I like le creuset stuff but we don't really own any so a random LC butter dish wouldn't really go.
I'm thinking potentially white ceramic with an oak lid?
Perhaps something like the above but better and that comes in a practical size (i.e. large enough to fit a 250g block - or ideally larger still as this butter is a current favourite).
I'm also completely serious.
I like butter houses where the lid is a dome and the butter sits on a little dish below.
Moar practical for attacking the butter.
Unsalted? Are you taking the piss?
I want a butter "cloche" like this, but...£38? get fucked.
Look for French country butter dishes on etsy. Like this
Keeps butter at room temperature but the water keeps it from spoiling.
We love ours. Finding one in your style may take some time.
I have a Denby one like this:
But in navy blue.
^ That's nice... I've got the Le Creuset, cost fuck all from TK's...
Ordinarily I'd agree but if going with the example above it would mean wood touching wood (not even a euph) and that's all wrong from a design aesthetic.
I've seen those before - like the idea but you're right, finding one that looks a certain way could be a long game.
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