Ingredients: 1 tsp extra virgin olive oil 2 medium onions, chopped 2 stalks celery, chopped 2 red peppers, chopped and seeded 1 potato, chopped Vegetable broth (not a lot if you want thick soup, more if you don't) 1 ear's worth of corn (cut off the cob) Pinch salt Rosemary
So - my boss grows her own cucumbers, and they've gone beserk this year. Any ideas on what to do with bags of cucumbers? (checked the memories; the salad and the tzatki ideas are good, but there's still a lot of cucumber left!)
ETA: Yay and thanks for all the ideas! Cucumber blowout here I come!
This is really just an empty pantry randomness that worked out fairly well. If one reduces the liquid somewhat or mixes rice directly into it to make a thicker product I think it might make a rather fun "Sloppy Joe" type sandwich as well. It serves 3 of me, with a side salad and the intent to eat a snack later. If it's all you are eating or you have a healthy appetite then count on closer to 2 doses.
If I see "gelatin" in the ingredient sections of a product, should I always assume the gelatin's made from animals? Or in other words, if a manufacturer used an animal-free substitute, would they neccesarily specify it?
I tried searching this community's memories and Googling to find the answer but hopefully one of you guys can help me out :) There is something my boyfriend and I want to eat, but we don't really want to eat it if.. you know.