Posts Tagged: vegetarian

Mushroom cobbler

Meatless; contains egg, milk and butter. It’s extremely mushroomy. You can use any kind of mushrooms (possibly except shii-take, they’re too aggressive). We had dried porcini and fresh chestnut mushrooms, both from the supermarket. The broth was soaking-liquid of other dried mushrooms that I’d also blanched some champignons in to put on a pizza, augmented

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Spinach and cheese omelette

Now that all the girls have moved to student lodgings, spinach is suddenly a possible vegetable again! It’s true that the last one to leave (Secunda) likes spinach, unlike her sisters, but this recipe is hard to make for more than two. 3-4 eggs depending on size splash of milk 1 tbsp flour (to keep

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The dream engine serves yummy food

I’ve known for as long as I remember that I can smell and taste in my dreams, though apparently not everybody can. There are even people who don’t dream in colour! The only dream I’ve ever had that I noticed was in black and white was a nightmare, laid out like an illustrated newspaper article,

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Spinach pie

This is more or less my signature dish. I make it for church feasts (in double quantity) and for veggy days at home, more often now that we have only Secunda here; Tertia doesn’t care for cooked spinach and Prima detests it. If it’s Friday rather than Wednesday, I make a little bell-pepper and goat

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