remembering the disremembered

I have been negligent. At least when it comes to the following three dishes.

But data is data, after all — and data is recorded.

I don’t have much for stories. This sourdough rye bread was baked last August, the day before I left for New England. Is that an excuse for neglecting to include it in my journal? The dough wouldn’t raise. I remember that. But it was awesome — as most homemade breads are awesome.

This represents my 29th completed bread from Reinhart’s The Bread Baker’s Apprentice (percentage complete: 52.73%).

sourdough rye sourdough rye breadAh, and here is a mango lassi, adapted from Krieger’s The Food You Crave. This was made last November, and the mango — perhaps obviously — wasn’t ripe. I remember thinking it needed a bit of vodka.

This drink is my 55th completed recipe from Krieger’s book. Percentage complete: 26.32%

mango lassi 2012-11-19 13.35.45And lastly, a pomegranate and butternut squash khoresh from Batmanglij’s The Food You Crave — made just about a week ago. Batmanglij calls for chicken legs, but we used boneless breasts. I am becoming partial, I think, to pomegranates.

I now have completed 34 recipes from this book. Percentage complete: 12.69%

pomegranate khoresh    

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  1. enjoyed!!

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