I love experimenting too! You never know what you’re gonna get !
Cleaning out the refrig again. Three eggplant, one tomato, and a little bit of celery.
At first I thought about a simple stir-fry. But then, I thought maybe a curry. A quick search on the internet, a recipe for eggplant and tomatoe curry (sometimes I’m not so crazy after all).
Substituted celery for onions.
A little salt, curry powder, and sugar.
The Cat thought a little heavy on the curry, but overall pretty good. Maybe I’ll add some pork belly next time (coconut milk too). 🙂
Enjoy. Eat well.
These healthy beauties are a cross between a comforting bowl of oatmeal and a satisfying scone. Sturdy enough to be sliced and toasted, serve them with almond or walnut butter and your favorite marmalade: all the pleasure and none of the (pain) of conventional breakfast pastry. Note: the oats need to be soaked for 8 hours or overnight, but don’t underestimate the pleasure that comes from executing an advance plan and using (fermented) oats!
The recipe was inspired by one that Uncle Howard sent from the UK – thanks to him and others for keeping the suggestions coming.
Vegan Oatmeal Currant Scones
1 cup GF oats
2 cups water
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
1/2 ripe banana, mashed
1 tablespoon flaxseed meal (remember, you can grind your own in a coffee mill)
2 tablespoons coconut oil, melted
1 tablespoon coconut flour
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon, plus a little extra…
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) — Members of a Pittsfield church say they’re heartbroken by the theft of 500 pounds of squash grown in a church garden that was going to be donated to the needy.
The acorn and butternut squash from the Pittsfield Church of Christ’s “Giving Garden” occurred overnight Wednesday.
Pastor Russell Moody saw some boxes apparently left behind by the thieves marked “Farm Fresh Local Produce,” and at first thought someone had left the boxes for the church to use. Then he saw that the garden had been stripped.
Moody tells The Berkshire Eagle there’s no need to steal, because the church will gladly give food to the needy.
Church members suspect that because of the amount stolen, and the commercial boxes, the thief intends to sell the food.