One task on my 101 Things in 1001 Days list is to learn a new recipe every month. I realised on Sunday night that the month is almost over again and I still haven’t learned how to cook anything new. I racked my brain trying to think of something I’d like to know how to… Continue reading Kotletti
I like cooking and I like to think most of what I cook turns out edible, which is good and makes me happy. My problem is that I’m not always, hardly ever, a very precise cook. If the recipe says “finely chopped” my ingredients usually gets just chopped. One cup is usually a cup-ish and… Continue reading Tomato soup -ish
I’ve been in love with coleslaw ever since I first had it and I’ve never been disappointed when I’ve had it since. It’s always delicious! I finally made it myself for the first time last Thursday and it was the best thing I’ve ever put in my mouth! I served it as a side dish… Continue reading The best Coleslaw I’ve ever had!
Last week I asked my readers to answer a little poll. In the poll I asked which thing from my “101 things in 1001 days”-list I should do next. “Make ice cream from scratch” was a clear winner, which means I already did it. I’m going to share my rhubarb ice cream recipe with you… Continue reading Ice cream from scratch
I cooked something I’ve never cooked before yesterday. I made borscht soup and it was so much easier than I thought. I have no idea why I’ve even come up with the idea of it being somehow hard to do, but it was super-easy and it was super-delicious! There are hundreds of different recipes on… Continue reading Borscht soup
The month is practically over and I almost forgot I was still supposed to learn a new recipe this month. I had originally planned to make the famous No Knead Bread this month, so that’s what I made. If you’ve never done it because you think making bread is a difficult task, this bread is… Continue reading No knead bread
I’ve genuinely began to enjoy Thursdays more because of the Writing prompts of Writer’s Workshop. Sometimes I even learn to do new things and realise things I never thought of. Isn’t that just wonderful! The Prompts: 1.) A seventh grade memory. 2.) Something new you tried. 3.) List your “March Favorites”. 4.) Write a post… Continue reading Writer’s Workshop – A magazine taught me this