Petra R wrote:
Does it have chocolate in it? I will never make chili without a bit of the best and darkest chocolate I can find and afford again.... ....
It doesn't, but that sounds interesting! I do put a bit of sugar in when I fry the onions, though. I think it rounds up the taste quite a lot.
How do I drink my green tea? As is. Hot...nothing added.
Normal tea? Why, the English way of course, preferably Earl Grey, no sugar, and just a touch of milk! Oh, and in a cup....saucer added.
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The gods keep me grounded though and make sure that with each good thing I have, I have at least 2 negatives to balance out life. I'm waiting for roofers to get here cuz roof leak. In my garage that's been dropping on my nice new car. Double whammy to ensure that I'm not happy for too long.
Wassim, that looks delicious.
I got addicted to hummus from a Lebanese restaurant that my coworkers used to go to all the time. I buy it in the grocery store now, but the Lebanese restaurant was 10000x better.
I make my own hummus. A tin of chickpeas, couple spoonfuls of tahini, olive oil, some garlic and lemon juice. Whizz it until the lumps vanish.
When you say whizz it do you mean one of those food processor things (holy crap I'm a freakin moron in the kitchen lol)
Pretty much my kitchen consists of a coffee maker, 2 pans, some silverware and the dog's food bowl. I'll dump loads of cash into toys but say "jen, your kitchen needs work" and I'm like Meh.
I did an internship for a company where the boss was like that. I became friends with the boss so I helped him move (or maybe he became friends with me in order to get my help when he moved, lol) and I unpacked his kitchen stuff. The dude owned one sauce pan and one kettle. Funniest thing is I know exactly how often he used them, because he called me 2 months after moving and asked me where they were, as he couldn't find them.
I use a liquidiser, which I think your people call "blenders". Dump it all in and flick the switch. Just drain the chickpeas first or it gets splashy.