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Spanish: el café
Vietnamese: ca phe
It doesn’t matter where you are from, how old you are or how you say it.
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If you love to cook, I'm sure every time you dine out, instead of simply eating your food, you also have little conversations in your head about which ingredients might have been used and how the dish was cooked. And at least once in your life, you've also tried replicating some of those dishes. Am I right or am I right? 🤪 •
This 3-Bean Salad is just one of the many restaurant dishes that I tried to replicate. It's a side dish from a chain that serves grilled chicken.😁 My recipe is now up on the blog. Link in my bio. 😉✌🏼
You can nearly smell it! 🙌 We had our old Roastmax roaster our late last week messing around with it to get a few images. She’s been out of use since we implemented our flash new IMF roaster a couple of years ago. I’ve got a good feeling we might be pumping some very nice single o’s out of the old girl in the near future ☕️ Stay tuned 😉
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A Mexican feast! It's avocado season in NZ and we love it 😁 made some chunky guacamole (recipe by the amazing @annabellangbein 💚) to have with our spicy kidney bean nachos topped with Charles's homemade cultured cashew cheddar. We have a steadily growing stash of nut cheeses in our fridge so we need to start eating cheesey food again! 🧀
3 mashed avocadoes
1 large diced tomato
1 diced red onion
1 large clove crushed garlic
Salt and ground black pepper
Juice of 1 lime
½ tsp finely chopped red chilli
1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves
Mix together and enjoy the deliciousness 🥑
“If you’re Puerto Rican and you know it, clap your hands!” 🇵🇷👏👏 Lol.
Any tiny visit to family’s house leads to large amounts of delicious food consumed and also taken home in tupperware and ziplock bags. Lmao. Five separate meals (from left to right): (A) chicken fricasse, arroz con gandules, maduros, and an arepa (I’m Colombian too 🇨🇴 Lol), (B) codfish salad, black rice and beans, avocado (and even a rotisserie chicken drumstick Lol), (C) white rice and pinto beans, (D) fried pork chunks, congri rice, and sweet plantains, and (E) an insane plate of amazing leftovers of everything Lol plus my typical half plate side of brightly and multi-colored vegetables.
Magical neon beans #Repost@cheapgarlic
613. Scarlet runner #beans post 1 of 2. Picked these gorgeous pink & purple beans in huge green pods with @alexmatzke a couple weeks back before first frost.
Indigenous Americans famously paired pole beans with corn, because the beans provided the nutrition that the corn need. But what’s beautiful is that the beans need the corn too. They need something to climb up, and corn or sunflowers are great candidates. They are sisters. These beans struggled at first, when I threw the bean seed with sunflower and corn seed, only the beans came out.
So they did what climbing vines do when they have nothing to climb - send out shoots that spin around reaching for whatever they can get. They won’t produce leaves or really grow until they can find something to grab onto, so they grow just a few inches at a time, spinning and spinning forever.
Without a corn coming up, I built them a trellis instead, a very rudimentary tripod of sticks with twine, and as soon as they grabbed on, the plants got huge. They scaled the trellis in a few days and leapt from the top of it to the nearby fence, and soon completely covered 25 feet of fence with a hundred pods coming out.
So when I say do-nothing gardening, I’m not saying we do nothing at all. The farmer’s duty is to navigate the natural world and see what they can do to produce more food, but modern agriculture has just tried to do the same thing we’ve always done, just with a different set of ethics than we’ve had before. I did not water these, fertilize them, or weed around them. But I didn’t abandon them either. I planted them intentionally, scattering them in the area I wanted with the companion plants I wanted. I cut back and then suppressed the surrounding plants with straw and leaves. And when I saw the plant struggling, I adapted, but while having the health of these plants, their plant friends, the future plants, and the world at large kept in mind.
But like my potatoes, (post 608) I waited a little too long to harvest and so many of the beans dried up, the green ones could be eaten fresh, frozen, or canned, and the dry ones were shelled for seed and dry beans, which I’ll follow
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Gigantes beans! One of the best bean dishes ever! A traditional Greek recipe of tender beans baked with tomato, herbs and olive oil. So good! Recipe link in my profile