What are you eating or cooking?


#466


Cooking some chicken with sweet pepper, onion, cheese spread, curry, turmeric and cumin. I call it yellow chicken. Pretty good but not as heavenly as chicken in sweet and sour sauce. :wink:


#467

I’m making some dark chocolate three-ingredient ice cream right now. Pretty simple actually.


#468

Hey man, don’t criticise until you tried it :joy:


#469

I’m thinking good old British fish ‘n’ chips tonight.


#470

Well, what are the other two ingredients?

I had Booja Booja yesterday, which was made of 5. Cashew, coconut sugar, sea salt, chocolate and coconut milk I think. Added some bananas and peanut butter. Pretty expensive, but It was out of this world.

Never thought I’d say this, but way better than Ben & Jerry’s.


#471


#472

Is that feta cheese?


#473

Yes.


#474

Cabbage soup.


#475

Made a 1 pan Orecchiette pasta w/sausage & arugula.
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#476

Love it!! Hands down my favorite cut of pasta. Enjoy that looks yummy.


#477

My wife and I just made cookies!


#478

Those look pretty damn good.


#480

I’m currently making kvass. Slav black bread fermented. Will be ready tomorrow.


#481

Me and my boyfriend decided to knockup a delicious Belokranjska Pogača and it tasted GLORIUSLY DELICIOUS!
(Belokranjska Pogača is a type of Slovene crusty bread, topped off with oils, cheeses and herbs prevelant in the region of Bela Krajina. In history it was made by maids & was served cold with wine when priests came into a rich persons house. (not everyone has a maid lol!)).


#482

What’s with all these people knocking up their food?

Still looks good, though.


#483

It feels good to knock it out, and beat it on the ground you know?

WAIT, so you are trying to tell me you never knocked up food before…YOU…pfft - amateur smh.


#484

Seems similar to an Italian Focaccia bread except you said it was crusty!! Looks great.


#485

I thought the same thing. Also the name reminds italian Focaccia (I don’t know how to pronounce “Pogača”, but seems similar)


#486

Trully thank you all for the wonderful support of the food, and @Chef-assassin it is very similar to Foccacia (& it is also kind of a rippof but Slovenes are known for creating a few rip-offs lol), but the main difference is it needs to taste very crisp like a potato chip on the outside and a bit less crisp but still enough to be like a bread crust on the inside, along with not being topped of like a pizza but usually have dressings and/or seasonings on top of it.
It was created by a Slavic civilization that was getting away from Turks and wars in 16th century - and they had the riposte at Bela Krajina, meanwhile Foccacia was already created as a flatbread many a year ago so spits kind of a copy (but it is a very delicious one huehue)
That being said you also need to cut it,before baking it so people can share it (me and my boyfriend in this case cuz I have no friends).

Also @Bardachenko again it is pretty similar and it is pronounced Po-ga-cha
(Po as in the po in poached egg only a bit less “sharp” sounding, ga as in saying “ka” & cha as the start of chocolate - the letters ch (you know you dont say “ch”as in “sh” but actually create that kind of “chi-ch” sound - well in Slovene ch is a letter known as č and it is also in pretty much a Slovene dialect but croatians also have something similar, with an a added to top the word off ofc.).