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.
Recipe #104- Zucchini Provençal  Style

Super scrumptious and delicious. I’m sure this will become a family favorite! The book professes that it’s not really a recipe and all you have to do is wrap a courgette (zucchini) in foil. You then place this parcel on a hot fire for about 20 mins and turn regularly. Serve with a good quality olive oil. 

This reminded me of my mother cooking on a hibachi and making me roasted onions and potato parcels when I was small and had just turned vegetarian. She was determined I would enjoyed food kissed by fire and used to serve this with a homemade curry mayonnaise… I’m salivating thinking of that. Anyway this little BBQ tip is definitely one I recommend for veggies and carnivores alike.

Recipe #104- Zucchini Provençal Style

Super scrumptious and delicious. I’m sure this will become a family favorite! The book professes that it’s not really a recipe and all you have to do is wrap a courgette (zucchini) in foil. You then place this parcel on a hot fire for about 20 mins and turn regularly. Serve with a good quality olive oil.

This reminded me of my mother cooking on a hibachi and making me roasted onions and potato parcels when I was small and had just turned vegetarian. She was determined I would enjoyed food kissed by fire and used to serve this with a homemade curry mayonnaise… I’m salivating thinking of that. Anyway this little BBQ tip is definitely one I recommend for veggies and carnivores alike.