What’s been happening in my kitchen lately… I got my book back from the editors last week and spent all my free time (plus) making final edits. That’s why it’s been so quiet on the blog, but life doesn’t stop in the kitchen.
After many hot summer months of no baking, I ground flour and mixed up a batch of sourdough bread. But instead of using my tried and true recipe, I tried someone else’s. I made Katie’s Honey Whole Wheat from both the Sourdough eCourse (shown on video) and the Sourdough A to Z eBook (and here on her blog). It was yummy!
Our olives from Chaffin Family Orchards arrived. The kids and I prepared 20 pounds of Barouni olives for a long cure and ferment, the current lesson in the Lacto-Fermentation eCourse. Six months from now, we’ll be digging in… Patience, patience.
C. wanted sprouts, but this Mama wasn’t getting it done. So he started them himself — and kept taking care of them twice daily. The red clover seeds (on left) don’t seem to be sprouting. It could be the cold weather or perhaps the seeds are old. The lentils did great, as usual. Lentil sprouts are so easy!
Tonight C. made us his specialty lentil sprout salad. Yumm!
What’s been happening in your kitchen?
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