Texmex-German fusion stew? Sounds interesting - more details please!
Hah, I hadn't thought of it that way, but it sounds straight on. The whole concoction stems from my bi-weekly "what can I do with a can of kidney beans" challenge. And also for the fact that my favorite brewery teamed up with a local grocery store to make a sausage based on their smokey Scottish Ale. So I used my recipe building theory, which usually produces mediocre results.
So, I threw in equal amounts kidney beans and sauerkraut. Chopped up a couple of sausages and threw that in. Then I diced an apple and an jalapeno and threw that in. I simmered it until the apples and jalapenos went soft. It's actually surprisingly good, if I may say so myself. The apple gives a sweet little burst, and the jalapenos give it a nice flavor that goes really well with the tartness of the whole thing.
I made a shit ton of little cucumber tea sandwiches.
As an experiment FOR GREAT SCIENCE I also made red onion tea sandwiches. Butter both sides, thin-ish layer of cream cheese, paper-thin red onion in one layer, sprinkle a light dusting of salt to cut the harsh flavor of the onions. Sweet and delicious!
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Tonight, I'm going to cook my classic recipe of rabbit legs with courgette and fresh pesto.
Only I didn't find rabbit legs nor pine kernels to make the pesto.
This will be an ENTP's sort of "classic"...
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