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Thanks L. I also love hummus but I was getting irritated with working my way through all the different supermarket stuff and binning. This converged with a programmme about Lebanon and how they eat it every meal. I also learn't to make Levante flat bread in the pizza oven which is nice to dip. . It's so easy to make hummus but shop bought is always cheap ingredients and my hummus costs much more to make than to buy but it was wonderful. Worth the few minutes effort and you get the cooks perks of fingering out and lickin what is left in the bowl.Jeff, so you just puree chic peas and add some olive oil?..........
ML, so much appreciate you persevering with your piccies, and you taught me something. I don't think I have ever seen hucleberries before. Thanks.
As I am new here and just came across this salivating thread and love all the food cooking tips!Lovely that you stopped by! Welcome!
Don't forget tahini! And garlic, and some lemon juice. And spices... maybe some sumac for decoration?My next cruise originates in Barcelona, where I'll be picking up paprikas, olive oil and saffron. I'll be in Morocco also. What spices/condiments would you recommend I look for?
I have some sumac that I got on the street at a market in Amman. I always remember the trip to Petra when I use it.
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Jeff are you a trained chef? Your personal food photos look yummy. I am addicted to the Food Network they make it look easy. I just dislike the prep work.Good morning, I am fairly new to this thread as well....I love Food Network too
Jeff are you a trained chef? Your personal food photos look yummy. I am addicted to the Food Network they make it look easy. I just dislike the prep work.Thanks, that is sweet of you, but no, I learned to cook and completely self taught. I feel it easy to learn to cook as long as you concentrate on the quality of ingredients, freshness and the prep and not be too concerned about fancy presentation. It is also important to learn underlying principles rather than following recipes.
My next cruise originates in Barcelona, where I'll be picking up paprikas, olive oil and saffron. I'll be in Morocco also. What spices/condiments would you recommend I look for?Penny, I'd miss buying spices you can easilly and freshly source at home but in Morroco, I'd buy ras el hanout.
Suppose it's inevitable that we now have Jeff the Chef...😝 blame it in the Cosmo!The end of summer?...middle of July? It will be hot here until September......
Long lunches are indeed my forte also.....I at times struggle on board ship with dinner as I'm just not always hungry.
Lois....sorry to say it was an easy game for Federer....but he did deserve to win.
For some reason l always feel it's the end of the summer once Wimbledon is over......😊