[Meat] Ethiopian food is usually eaten with injera bread, of course, but this paleo blog understands our Passover woes.
(Dairy, or…) Classically made with butter, but you could use olive oil and a couple of tablespoons of schmaltz instead, if you want to serve these with some grilled chicken or salmon or something.
I saw this just now, and although I’m probably not the first to try it with Canada, the results were kind of funny in a sad way.
- British Columbia, arguably Canada’s hippest and most aesthetically beautiful province, gets nothing. People aren’t even sure it’s in Canada.
- Albertans are on message.
- Labrador retrievers are, unsurprisingly, of more interest to the public than the territory of Labrador.
- Most of the Maritimes are boring except for P.E.I., which is heaven. And New Brunswick, which isn’t for sale, in case you were wondering, because you can’t have it.
- Nunavut’s epithet is “created”, drawing attention to the essential artificiality of borders.
- Do you see the Territories bitching to Google about their weather, Manitoba? Get real.
(Meat) I make these so often that I probably won’t do them for Pesach. But you can! They’ll serve a lot of people, if you have guests coming, because these little suckers are very filling. If you have a food processor and/or a kitchen minion who’s willing to grate for you, they’re not even very much work to make. But they do appear difficult, so your guests will be impressed.
[Pareve] Nawal Nasrallah always includes tons of interesting lore with her recipes, and she has some tips for preventing the gross cauliflower funk from taking over your kitchen. You can easily replace the breadcrumbs in this with matzoh.
I’m sitting here eating my fancy Persian omelettes, quinoa with dill and caramelised onions, and an artfully placed dollop of leftover charoset and I still wish I just had a bag of Oreos instead.
[Pareve] This was the first artichoke preparation I had that really sold me on the concept of artichokes. The crispy, golden exterior and the sweet green flavour inside is worth all the work of prepping them.