With all that is going on in the world at the moment, I continue to post frivolous items here on my blog. I am not ignoring those subjects but it is depressing enough to read about them everywhere else.
I am one of those people who use Facebook to connect with my few remaining family members, who all still live in either the UK or Australia. As I struggle with the telephone these days I rely on electronic means of communication.
Yesterday my Facebook feed popped up with a post from the Good Housekeeping magazine with their recipe for hasselback potatoes. I had not cooked these for quite some years and was tempted to try them again.
Monday evening we had salmon fillets with spinach cooked in lime and ginger and the hasselback potatoes, with courgette batons tossed in chilli oil and oregano then baked.
Thank you Restaurant Hasselbacken.
Sounds like an insult, or being annoyed by something in the past.ReplyDelete
Or a cheesy Baywatch actor from the 1980sDelete
Hooray for hasselbacks.ReplyDelete
Enjoy these small tasty pleasures.
Simple is good.Delete
I can do a good Pamela Anderson impression with my t-shirt. Lidl sell hasselback frozen potatoes.ReplyDelete
Can you post a video of your Pamela Anderson impression. It would be quite something I'm sure!Delete
I thought it was a German Bank and you had found a new bank.ReplyDelete
If only. Not the bank related to the Water Music???Delete
Wow....do spuds have proper names?? Mine only answer to Red or White:)ReplyDelete
Ha, ha. Only the method of cooking!Delete
Mmmm...that meal sounds delicious! I hope that Peregrinne said thank you before adding "Please may I leave the table?" I have never prepared hassleback potatoes. Must give it a try some time. Were they named after that actor in "Bay Watch"?ReplyDelete
Could be Mr P. Or just the name of the resaurant that devised the recipe.Delete
That all sounds delicious!ReplyDelete