Whole Wheat Peach Cobbler
Adapted from Joy the Baker.
Well, I swapped all-purpose flour for whole wheat (that was all I had), white sugar for coconut sugar (all I had... strange kitchen, indeed), likely decreased the amount of overall sugar and, clearly, substituted the plums for peaches. Ta-da.
This recipe is a keeper - adaptable, delicious, simple.
Swiss (Bernese) onion pie. I would liken it to an onion quiche. November Switzerland in pie form.
German recipe here.
Recipe adapted from Underbaraclara. (Google Translate will provide you with the jist)
Adapted due to lack of ingredients/equipment/motivation. EX: mashed a much smaller quantity of salmon with a fork. Still added a whole egg, so needed some breadcrumbs to soak up the moisture and was unwilling to toast bread, so smashed some stale bread with a rolling pin into entirely too large pieces. Did not even realise that the recipe called for sour cream for the dressing and so used mayonnaise + crushed garlic + lemon juice and that's it.
I suppose I can no longer call this space a "vegetarian" blog. We might get into this another day.
Cream Braised Cabbage and Tomatoes
Something resembling a recipe:
Chopped cabbage, onion, little oil, salt, pan. 10 minutes ish. Veggie bacon, halved cherry tomatoes. Couple minutes. Little cream, even littler white wine, pepper, few minutes.
Sometimes the most humble of meals are the most satisfying.
Recipe from The Pioneer Woman.
Mustard Friend guest appearance! And yes, that is Mountain Dew. Being poured over an entire cup of melted butter with even more sugar on top of very few apples wrapped in two packages of Pilsbury crescent rolls. Eating these literally takes 3 years off one's life. Literally worth it.
I don't think I will make these again (I won't say ever) simply because they are so dangerously easy and gooey and buttery and caramely... I'm in the kitchen cutting up apples and taking out the Mountain Dew right now. Damn it.