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  • PSA - Literary Easter Egg Hunt

    I will tag recipes with a book note with the label "book" so you can search for them, otherwise, just Any book recommendations or comments are welcome! I will also add an link to the books so you can read them for yourself if you want! These are affiliate links, but you pay no extra for the books. I may (still not entirely sure how this works) just get a commission on the book.

  • Failed Crumpets

    It was looking rather like some alien slime from a sci-fi movie might, as the unknown creature lurks It did not look like something which should be going in my food. Not unexpectedly, the batter didn't rise as I would have had I included yeast, and it didn't cook the I tried cooking them like regular pancakes, but they came out flat and uninteresting. Book Pairing: While making these, I was listening to Dostoyevsky's The Idiot.

  • First Forays into Cultured Cheese: Cream Cheese and Halloumi

    the ones in my cheese making book. discovered that this was a wide-spread problem and have struggled to find most of the cultures from the book for now, I have succeeded in getting my hands on 4 cultures whose numbers correspond to those in the book The book does not mention DCUs at all, but only instructs me to use 1/4 tsp of X culture. Book Pairing: Making both of these I was listening to Homer's Iliad and Odyssey.

  • Blood Orange Brownies

    Book Pairing: This recipe I associate with listening to Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John can't wait to see the movie now), and while making the brownies, I was listening to the very end of the book Coming to the end of a good book is always bittersweet, and this was.

  • Golden Pancakes

    These I both cooked normally, and a few I deep fried (as I already had a pan of oil going), which had They got puffy and light and cooked faster. lifts away from the pan easily, then flip and cook for another minute. 3) Alternatively, if you want When I made these (and perhaps a small amount of distraction from the cooking to focus on my book instead I absolutely loved this book!

  • Tangerine Marmalade

    I opted for the easiest possible route and just cooked it all together then blitzed the juice with the Cook for 1 - 1 1/2 hours until reduced by about a third. 2) Blitz until all the big bits are gone. Book Pairing: While making this, I have started listening to Les Misérables by Victor Hugo. I enjoyed the movie, but it felt very melodramatic, which is not how I remembered the book. I am thoroughly enjoying the book, and am indeed finding it less melodramatic.

  • Raspberry Crêpes

    DO NOT pour the oil in before the pan is hot as it will not spread properly or cook evenly. 3) Once the top side is matte and little bubbles have popped on the surface, flip the crêpe and briefly cook the Book Pairing: I was listening to Narcissus and Goldmund by Herman Hesse when we had these. It is a book I thoroughly enjoyed. It is amazing the difference that a reader can make to a book when you are listening to it instead of

  • Turkish Eggs

    Cook for 4 minutes then remove and drain. 4) To serve, place some tomato sauce on a place and spread. I can't believe that it took me this long to try this, but I'm glad that the stars (or at least the ingredients Book Pairing: Not an audiobook, so this is cheating a little, but my association in my mind with cooking

  • Homemade Mustard

    Ahe loved mustard and took great delight in finding and trying new flavours and varieties.

  • Broccoli and Fennel Tart

    I was looking for something hot for lunch, that would be satisfying but not heavy or overly caloric. The whole thing took 20 minutes to prep and then a few more to finish baking, and we had a quick easy This one I made with whole meal flour too, so it came out of the oven with a rather rustic look to it Book Pairing: I was listening to the tail end of Jane Austen's Lady Susan while I assembled this.

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