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Cuisine L'Internationale


Cuisine L'Internationale

This group is where you can post your favourite recipe, a heritage recipe hand down from mother
to daughter/son, or a regional specialty and cooking How To's for the ingredients or a recipe.

Location: #life
Members: 15
Latest Activity: Feb 17

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The Friendship Recipe
To make us happy and agreeable to other people.
1lb Good Temper
2lb Forbearance
1lb Patience
11/2lb Contentment
3lb Unselfishness
1lb Fun
2lb Cheerfulness
Mix well with two quarts of Human Kindness.
Dose-One glassful the first thing in the morning, to be repeated as soon as the effect wears off.

Discussion Forum

Ways to macerate tofu ?

Started by Marianne. Last reply by Neal Jun 15, 2013. 7 Replies

I'm looking for a suggestions here... I know that many people have their own ways to marcerate tofu, or chicken, for thai dishes for example...  I'd like very much if somebody could tell me some ways to macerate tofu so it can get some flavour…Continue

Estonian Braided Cinnamon Bread

Started by Doone has Fremdschämen. Last reply by Davy Apr 10, 2013. 1 Reply

Estonian Braided Cinnamon Bread Is A Beautiful MiracleThis gorgeous creature is called a kringel.posted on April 10, 2013 at 11:20am EDTEmily…Continue

Tags: Bread, Cinnamon, Braided, Estonian

Atheist Avocados and Godly Guacamole

Started by Doone has Fremdschämen. Last reply by Doone has Fremdschämen Jan 27, 2013. 2 Replies

9 Amazing And Unexpected Ways To Make Avocados Even More DeliciousLearn how to make the perfect guacamole, remix your guacamole with Asian flavors, and bread avocado wedges for super tasty tacos.posted about 3 hours agoVIA …Continue

Tags: Guacamole, Godly, and, Avocados, Atheist


Started by Marianne. Last reply by Davy Oct 17, 2012. 5 Replies

This is the time of the year in the northern hemisphere, and elsewhere as well, where a bowl of soup when you come back from the cold weather changes your outlook on life...There are so many different kind of soups and some that the aroma only makes…Continue

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Comment by Stephen on February 17, 2019 at 9:55pm

I like some Sushi but not the cold sticky rice. 

Your first attempt at making sushi looks wonderfuly artistic well done Daniel.

Good luck Daniel with the  physical therapy 

Comment by Mrs.B on February 17, 2019 at 9:52pm

My first hip 16 months ago has done well, & I have the same surgeon for this one, so I expect the same results. I'll be pleased to actually walk upright again!

We don't have many of the ingredients here for different things & we have no Asian stores anywhere nearby, so I can't try things I'd like to in many cases.

I have used Gala apples for many things....good apple! I also like Ambrosia, & Fuji.

Hope your telephone appointment has some answers for you.

Comment by Daniel W on February 17, 2019 at 9:23pm

Good luck with the Hip replacement Mrs. B.  It will be very nice to have a well functioning, reasonably comfortable joint!

I dont know what will happen witth my issue.  At times it's really bad.  Ofher times ok.   This likely is worsened by my cancer med,  it I will continue anyay, knowing that is the price i pay.  I have a "telephone appointment" tuesday with physical therapy, not sure what they can do by phone but it is a start

Today I also made some apple sauce from gala apples.  That cooks in slow cooker.  And made some sourdough bread.

But the new thing was the sushi.  This was the recipe.  He also shows how on youtube.  My new favorite!  It helps to have an Asian grocery in town, but they actually had almost all of the supplies at Safeway.

Comment by Mrs.B on February 17, 2019 at 8:31pm

Looks really good, Daniel. Never tasted sushi myself so no idea what its like.

I can't stand in the kitchen hip replacement Feb. 25th.

Comment by Daniel W on February 17, 2019 at 8:11pm

Today I made sushi for the first time.  The recipe is from the intenet.  it took me all afternoon.  I have some pain issues that prevent me from standng a long time in the kitchen, so much of the preparation was while sitting. My friend made these with me last weekend, this is my first time by myself.  For the dragon rolls, roasted eggplant, with a sort of teriyaki sauce,  is used for dragon scales,  "Real" sushi uses eel.  These are more properly "California Rolls" with avocado slices, and are inside out, with nori seaweed on the inside, and rice on the outside.  The orange "fur" on the caterpillar rolls, is shredded carrot marinated in brine and rice vinegar.  The recipe called for roe, but that costs a fortune,

I learned a few things.  Hopefully next time will go more smoothly,  Still, I liked how they turned out,

Comment by Mrs.B on February 15, 2019 at 1:44pm

Those frozen things are definitely the low end.

Comment by Daniel W on February 15, 2019 at 10:59am

I agree it can be a lot of work, but I like them.  I make a sourdough crust that I start fermenting the night before.  One advantage is it splits the work so I dont have to do it all at once.

Comment by Stephen on February 15, 2019 at 8:51am

I'm afraid I've reached that point in my life when I'm to lazy to cook my own. But I have my pizza delivered from a real Italian restaurant. Many of the pizza places in London copy the American style. Yuk

Comment by Mrs.B on February 14, 2019 at 9:59pm

I may just have to try it that way. I love pizza!!!

Comment by Daniel W on February 14, 2019 at 9:52pm

We also make our pizzas.  We make them with the cast iton skillet method.  

like this

By cooking on stovetop before putting into oven, the crust comes out more crispy.


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