At last I am posting the answers to Food Quiz number 72. Thanks for everyone that participated and thanks for your patience!
Please visit the following bloggies who did the Quiz for brilliant answers:
Lavender and Lime
1. What is a Rendang?
A – Rendang is an Indonesian dish made by simmering meat for hours in coconut milk and spices until the liquid has evaporated.
2. What does “to butterfly” means?
A – To cut food (usually meat or seafood) leaving one side attached and to open it out like the wings of a butterfly.
3. What is meadowsweet and what is it used for?
A – A culinary herb from Asia andEuropeused to flavour jams, stewed fruits and wine, as well as mead and Norfolk Punch.
4. What does Mulligatawny mean?
A – When translated directly it means “pepper water”.
5. What does the term “coats a spoon” means?
A – When a substance is rendered thin/thick enough so that when a wooden or metal spoon is inserted into it and taken out, the substance leaves a thin film “coating the spoon”.
6. What is “Ouefs en Meurette”?
A – It literally means “eggs in meurette sauce” and it is a French dish poaching eggs in red wine sauce.
7. What are the main ingredients of paneer?
A – Milk, lemon juice and water.
8. What is the name of Nepal’s most favorite dish?
A – Dhal-bhat-tarkari is eaten throughout the country. Dhal is a soup made of lentils and spices. It is served over a boiled grain, which is called bhat. The grain is usually rice but it can be another grain. This is served with vegetable curry called tarkari. This is served with a number of condiments such as chutney or atchar.
9. What is the main ingredient of Chaas?
A – Spiced buttermilk.
10. What do gazpacho, bouillabaisse and bisque have in common?
A – These are all soups.
On Sunday afternoon, whilst hubs took a nap, I as catching up on my favourite blogs. All of a sudden I was wondering what I have posted the previous year and the year before on that specific date.
I came to realize that my blog changed quite a lot. I the beginning years of my blog I used to post some jokes and other funnies. I also posted pics of my table settings quite often – can anyone still remember that?
On 19 June 2011 I posted this recipe for Canneloni with a meatloaf filling.
On 19 June 2010 I posted this recipe for Roghan Josh
On 19 June 2009 I posted this funny about a dog!
So what did you post on this day in previous years?