Monday, October 18, 2010

Last week's kitchen

Phyllo pastry triangles stuffed with  spinach, garlic and feta. I didn't brush the outsides with oil or butter, hence the pale look.

Leaves from the roof farm with red potatoes in a warm salad.

Pot roast, a first for me. This was the one I forgot at the butcher in my excitement about the boerewors.

It is brown, comforting food.

Malfatti, actually spinach gnocchi...

With sage and parmesan.

And some strangeness: using up what's left in the freezer: steak with poached eggs, frizzled sage and pancetta.

Chive oil, whizzed in the blender.

And now living in the fridge, for schmearing on sandwiches and sauteeing potatoes. My eyes watered while I was chopping all the leaves. My arm hurt after pushing it all through a strainer.

Pizza: quick sauce from canned tomatoes and thinly sliced garlic, reduced till sweet. Burrata. Anchovies chopped small, sage.

Blazing oven, 15 minutes, yum.

Bananas. The Frenchie likes them.
The flames? Tequila. With lime juice and sugar. 

Who said something about a treadmill? It certainly does look like a lot of food when you put it all together...

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