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In the fall, after work, my father would come home with pomegranates in a brown paper bag. Two or three rolled out of the bag onto our kitchen table. Grabbing one, I broke open the leathery skin; and popped the beautiful red rubies out of the shell; landing all over the table. As we ate these ruby red seeds, I asked him what they were. “Chinese apples” he said. Years later, I learned another word for Chinese apple was Pomegranate. Those lovely ruby seeds will always remind me of him.
Continued from previous post about beef cuts. This is how Indonesian National Standard of Cattle Carcass Handling and Quality categorized primal cuts on beef. All grades have their own best cooking methods, based on cuts' nutrition contents.
An Indonesian version of beef cuts map in Indonesian Language.
As an Indonesia who lives abroad I often got difficulties looking for the right cuts for traditional Indonesian recipes. So here goes the picture to be compared to other local/foreign beef cuts maps.
#classic #traditional #beefcuts
On board of our sailboat we keep our fruit and vegetables best in a little hammock. Fruit is the ideal ingredient for a refreshing dessert on a beautiful warm summer day.
You should use iced cava, champagne, sparkling wine or prosecco. The (small) children get their own "Sailors fruit soup" with 7-Up or Sprite.
And if you want the "light" version, replace the cava half with sparkling water.
I absolutely LOVE marmalade and, luckily, I enjoy making it. For the last few years when Seville Oranges are at their best I make enough to last us all year. This is my current favourite version with added Blood Oranges for colour and sweetness, fresh ginger, kaffir lime leaves and a good splash of whisky.
The perfect summertime dish, these fresh rice paper rolls are easy to make and taste terrific! You can add whatever ingredients you like, I love them with sauteed mushrooms, but you can also add meat or shrimp. For a totally vegan meal just leave out the fish sauce and go for the peanut dipping sauce instead. Just don't forget the fresh herbs like mint, cilantro and chives - they really make these rolls pop! And I always include a third dipping dish of sriracha for added kick.