Lettuce, 2 tomatoes, 3 carrots, ½ onion, plenty of potatoes, 1 parsnip 1 leek & some limes. Should be fun to do. I’ve had lots of guests here that means my fridge looks like a Tupperware party. John and I are working through them little by little.
A few years ago we went to Pakistan for some meetings and I brought back many spices and packages of spice mixes. Last week I made some really yummy Masala with left over lamb and put that over rice. Super spicy & hot. I added some frozen peas to it. The trouble is, one recipe for us lasts 3 or more meals… seems like we eat it forever!
Friends sent us some REAL maple syrup and we are enjoying that on french toast & pancakes for breakfasts. Not a drop gets wasted!
No, it”s not REAL maple syrup, but it does taste good for those of us who can neither afford nor find the real thing. Of course the real thing is not a Spanish product and not commonly found, & I really don’t have the food budget for it either. Here’s what I do:
1 cup water
2 cups sugar
¼ teaspoon maple flavoring
Stir ingredients together. Bring to a boil. Simmer for 2-3 minutes, and cool. Pour into a serving container (I use a jar and store it in my fridge) Makes 1 pint
* friends & family are kind enough to send me maple flavoring.
Orange Juice (or why not mimosas?)
Baking Mix Pancakes
2¼ cups baking mix (see the recipe on this blog)
¼ cup sugar
1½ cups water
2 Tablespoons of vegetable oil
Mix ingredients until moist. The batter should be lumpy. Cook on a hot greased griddle. Flip when bubbles break on the surface and the edges begin to dry.
Makes 15-18 medium pancakes
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