CarolCooks2 weekly roundup… 3rd -9th April 2022-Monday Musings, A-Z World Cuisine, China , Food Review “Cabbage” and Saturday Snippets where “Bubble” is my prompt.

 

Welcome to my weekly roundup…Wow, all this extra gardening and walking is having an effect I am certainly ready for my bed at night…lol and I have lost a few lbs…I haven’t killed the habaneros yet and it looks like we will get a third crop…the weather is still being very changeable but the cooler breeze is far better when walking…April is in its second week already I think the year will be flying by again…Easter will soon be here which means Hot Cross buns and Simnel Cake and maybe Easter Eggs if we can find them…

Monday Musings…

Mondays shares touched my heart in so many ways and also scared me “The Butterfly Effect”

Monday Musings…4th April 2022…

Carol Cook’s in my Kitchen…Chicken Kyiv/Kiev…

Chicken Kyiv/Kiev may not be a new recipe but it is a well-loved recipe…all that lovely garlic butter oozing onto the plate…so delicious and moreish x

CarolCooks2 in my kitchen…Chicken Kyiv…

A-Z World Cuisine…My virtual tour takes you to China today…

Chinese cuisine is rich and diverse, varying in style and taste from region to region. Its history dates back thousands of years, evolving according to changes in both the environment (such as climate) and local preferences over time. Chinese cuisine also varies depending on class and ethnic background, and it is often influenced by the cuisines of other cultures. All these factors contribute to an unparalleled range of cooking techniques, ingredients, dishes and eating styles that makeup what is understood to be Chinese food today…I would love to visit China but know I probably won’t however there is a large Chinese/Thai community here which means I can taste authentic Chinese food

CarolCooks2…A-Z World Cuisines…Part 11… China…

Time for this month’s post on Carol Taylor’s Green Kitchen…

Not long until Easter now, Good Friday is on April 15th…this month I shared my well tested Hot Cross Bun Recipe plus a lovely mackerel Pate which is very nice on thinly sliced toast…plus some great Kitchen hacks…

Carol Taylor’s Green Kitchen…April 2022 …Kitchen Hacks, How does your Garden Grow, Recipes, Hot Cross Buns, and Mackerel Pate.

Time to get your big boy/girl pants on and forget about the boiled to death cabbage we were made to eat as kids and see and taste this beautiful vegetable for what it really can be…

Around the world, the cabbage is king…a green, white or red cabbage with tightly packed leaves just like a cannonball is at its delicious best when delicious braised, stewed or boiled in a simple soup with chopped-up cabbage, carrots, corn and pork ribs…it’s perfect for shredding into coleslaw or fermented into sauerkraut…used as a wrap with Larb Moo is one of the ways I serve white cabbage and its one of Lily’s favourite and most requested dinners…

There need be no waste and if there is then there is nothing like a delicious “Bubble and Squeak”

CarolCooks2…Friday Food Reviews…Cabbage…Do you eat your #Greens?

Saturday Snippets…”Bubbles”

Normally I am working on Saturday Snippets during the week but nothing came to me last week or a couple did first it was “Wally” but apart from many people who were called “Wally” or “Where’s Wally” it didn’t inspire me and it has to do that…I looked at words with an Easter connection and although I love Easter none of those inspired me…I then looked at my posts and comments and “Bubble” aka the first part of “Bubble and Squeak” spoke to me…will…Spoiler Alert! “Squeak” do the same it’s promising…

So many bubbles we are surrounded by bubbles …bubble gum, aero chocolate, bubble fish…so cute…plus much more…Enjoy!

Saturday Snippets…9th April 2022…Today’s prompt is “Bubble”

Thank you for joining me today and for all your lovely comments this last week and shares…you all rock…I hope you are all having a great weekend and have a productive week ahead…Love Carol xx

14 thoughts on “CarolCooks2 weekly roundup… 3rd -9th April 2022-Monday Musings, A-Z World Cuisine, China , Food Review “Cabbage” and Saturday Snippets where “Bubble” is my prompt.

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  3. allysnotebook

    Awesome post Carol. I love Chicken Kiev and Cabbage. During childhood we had cabbage several times a week straight from my fathers garden. Unfortunately my dear Mother tortured the cabbage in boiling water which was heavily salted….Mum didn’t know any other way of cooking it. Dad would drink the water it was boiled in and add Worcestershire Sauce. Years later I taught Mum how to make coleslaw and stir-fry cabbage.

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