Feest

Feest (means "party" in Dutch language). This blog is all about the world we live in, Food, Feasting and other Random Freakin Fabulous Funtage.

I recently set myself a challenge that will see me cook every single recipe from one of the many cookbooks I own. To keep it fun and economical I choose the recipes from the book "Homemade" at random.

Depending on what I have in my larder or what is being delivered in the organic box scheme, I aim for a new recipe every other day.

If you like to challenge me on my journey please suggest your recipe from the book and I will post you the results. I hope you enjoy my blog and temporary topic deviation.
Considering yet another incarnation for this season’s ingredients can be a challenge for anyone, least of all, me. As much as I adore the humble broad bean, this season’s rain has made the crop so prolific that thinking of another feast relatively hard work. Today’s creation was “Cowboys and Indians” loosely so called as the 2 main ingredients for this hearty spiced soup are two legumes; the Broad & Barlotti Bean. After tasting this thick soup both boys in my household decided that the name was stupid and abbreviated it to “cowboy soup” as they felt it would do a good job of feeding anyone who’s been working outdoors all day. 
If you would like the recipe let me know…..

Considering yet another incarnation for this season’s ingredients can be a challenge for anyone, least of all, me. As much as I adore the humble broad bean, this season’s rain has made the crop so prolific that thinking of another feast relatively hard work. Today’s creation was “Cowboys and Indians” loosely so called as the 2 main ingredients for this hearty spiced soup are two legumes; the Broad & Barlotti Bean. After tasting this thick soup both boys in my household decided that the name was stupid and abbreviated it to “cowboy soup” as they felt it would do a good job of feeding anyone who’sĀ been working outdoors all day.

If you would like the recipe let me know…..