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Sunday, August 8, 2010

My tangle pattern: Zakuska

Well,  I was trying for something totally different--I don't even remember what, lol! But this will do!

5 comments:

  1. Gabriel ProductionsAugust 10, 2010 at 5:42 PM

    I have given up trying to figure out which Tangle patterns will end up becoming favourites: it probably has as much to do with the ebb and flow of the tides as anything else. I adore this one. It is incredibly flexible--you can have as many segments as you want and you can make it prim and proper or wild and crazy.

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  2. lol Sandra,zakuska....do you know what we put in zakuska over here?eggplants,peppers,onions,tomatoes etc...it is yummy as your tangle pattern ;)

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  3. I like this one as well, and can't wait to play around with it some more. Ildiko, I did know the definition of zakuska as an hor deurve or tasty treat, that could be made of many things. Sort of fits Kim's description, lol!

    Do you have a recipe you could share here? I think people would enjoy knowing how to either draw a zakuska or eat it!

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  4. i try overcoming my language barrier lol,
    the recipe is saying that we'll need:
    10 grilled eggplants
    30 pieces red pepper (chopped)
    2 liter tomatoe juice(homemade would be great)
    1 kg onion (chopped)
    1 liter oil
    salt(after your taste)

    you frie the pepper then the onion in the oil than you add the tomatoe juice,eggplant and salt.stir it about 1 hour.put it while hot in glass jars and" bain marie" them 1 and half hour.
    i put some newspaper at the bottom of container and also a cover it whit a lid.i hope it's understoodable :)

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  5. Fantastic!!! Thank you so much, Ildiko. I'll put this in a seperate post so everyone is sure to see it. I had to look up 'Bain Marie', but that's my lack of cooking experience.

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