June 3, 2014 § Leave a comment
Today was THE day to chip up some bananas. I purchased a massive bag at half price (due to ripeness factors), so I got to work right away preserving my haul. Banana chips are quite simple to make. You thinly slice your little friends, then put them in a dehydrator, then turn the dehydrator on, then walk away for 8 hours. At the end you are rewarded with a stash of delicious chip friends. You are now free to cannibalize your friends at will, or store them in a glass jar and visit later on. You could also use up ripe bananas by freezing them (peel them first!) then food processing them into “banana ice cream”. But lets leave that recipe for another day. Today is banana chip day, and here is how it looks:
April 14, 2014 § Leave a comment
February 1, 2014 § 1 Comment
It’s the middle of winter, it’s cold, it’s miserable, it’s February… So here’s a very simple, honest, organic, farm raised, humble, delicious, and most importantly HOT Squash soup to get you through.
You will need:
1 Squash (grown on top of a chicken coop, from your fathers garden)
5 Parsnips (stored in sawdust since harvest)
2 Onions (run of the mill mr.clive type of things)
5 Garlic Cloves (hard working honest types)
Sea Salt (from the north Atlantic)
Ground Pepper (from non-ground peppers)
Arrange your ingredients in a pleasing way on top of a bread board. Board can be made from any high quality wood, must be sizeable in order to hold an honest squash.
Embarass the vegetables thoroughly.
Place in oven to roast at 400F for 30 minutes.
Remove, cool, and excite with 1L of water in your favourite blending machine.
Seek help from a bowl. Consult your stale bread collection. Consume.