And just like that, we’re slowly approaching the end of the year. 🙂 This month’s #cookingbookclub #disasterinthekitchen edition is dedicated to Paul Hollywood, a super famous baker, whom you can see on several tv shows on British television. I tried a few recipes from him and they almost came out, so he deserves an episode in our club of people passionate about destroying recipes. :)))))
I also thought that there is probably no more basic product in the diet of the native people than bread and its variations, some also known as kitchen sweets. 😀 At the beginning of the pandemic, many of us re-learned how to make bread from scratch, some even made with sourdough (not me, I destroyed a round, after which I gave up. :)))) In addition, the bread is a perishable product, which spoils quite quickly – it becomes sour or moldy or it dries. Thus, you either have to consume it quickly or you have to improvise so as not to throw it away. And here’s how it connects to our green kitchen. Romanians know how to make it toast or breadcrumbs, but there are n-variations, from puddings, to use in chops and so on. And if you don’t have bread, use brioche. 😛
For, let’s not forget, as long as we live, we learn something. 🙂
You can read one of Hollywood’s books, because he has traveled all over the world and has tons of recipes, you can also find him on Instagram or on his website. Or on TV. 🙂
I’ll look for some new recipes and we’ll exchange pictures next month, okay? 🙂
#cookingbookclub #letsgetgreen! because this year our kitchen is turning green.
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