I’d never had mushrooms in a salad before. I had a bunch left over from some fried noodles and scrambled eggs that I made earlier in the week, so I looked on Google Images at the most appetising pictures and recipes and put in what I wanted out of what I had. I mainly adapted from this recipe.
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This is the first smoothie I ever made. The frozen blueberries had been sitting in the freezer for a long time and I was looking for quick breakfast fixes at the start of last semester. After I made this I offered some to my uncle and aunt. (This was about a week after they’d arrived in Australia.) My uncle said to give him a small serve, thinking he wouldn’t like the taste. He was wrong. Soon there was none left and my promise to make more is taking a lot longer than I’d anticipated to fulfill. To me it tasted quite yoghurty, but thinner in texture.
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Some mornings last year I would watch Frasier or Charmed on channel 11 if I didn’t have a lecture to go to. Before that, if I was up early enough, Alive and Cooking would be on. This fried rice recipe is adapted from one I saw James Reeson prepare. He kept talking about how simple and easy it was to make. I think it’s only simple and easy when you have all the ingredients and also your kitchen is not in a state of disarray.
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I fell into a bit of a smoothie hiatus after my first semester this year. My family had been taking their sweet time in finishing off the oranges we’d been having as part of iftar every night of Ramadan, and so I looked into some recipes to use them up. It was a pleasant tasting, like a creamy orange candy. Continue reading “Orange vanilla smoothie.”