It looks like winter came back to Ireland, so I can continue with my listing of Fermented Food Winter Dishes. Yes, there are loads of them, and they are warming, comforting and delicious. Continue reading Fermented Winter Dishes – Part 2
What we have at the moment in Ireland is the first breath of Spring, but in Poland the end of January is pretty much the middle of Winter. Nobody is fooled by a few warmer days because February and March are usually very cold months. Continue reading Fermented Winter Dishes
Polish Christmas Eve is a Fermented Food feast. I wasn’t aware of this until I started blogging and reflecting on the omnipresence of Fermented Food in the Polish cuisine. Continue reading Wigilia – Polish Christmas Eve Dinner.
It has been quite a while since I was seriously hungover. So, probably I shouldn’t act like an expert here. Continue reading Fermented Food – The Best Hangover Cure
Look at this picture of sauerkraut! Continue reading Fermented Food – the Real Beauty of Poland.
Two weeks ago, I attended an event called “Wild Fermentation: the culture of live foods”. That was a presentation delivered by JP McMahon, one of the well-known Irish chefs. The presentation was rather fancy, as the title suggests, but still worth writing about on my blog, I think.
Do you know this feeling like eating something, but not being hungry?
I do. I feel like eating when I am bored or a bit anxious or thinking on something intensely. Thank God dealing with a computer requires using both, the cleaner the better, hands. Otherwise, I would be probably snacking constantly.