Friday, July 14, 2006

EDM Challenge 75 - Recipe

I love this recipe because (a) it is one of the few I can cope with (Rick does most of the cooking), and (b) I love smoked, peppered mackrel. I think we made this recipe up between us based on memories of kedgeree from childhood. We didn't have a recipe written down. It is a great store-cupboard standby for when we've got onions and garlic but no other fresh vegetables. Having said that, we are going to have it for tea tonight despite having lots of lovely fresh veg from the farm shop. Just drawing the ingredients has made my mouth water for it.


Blogger Lin said...


3:34 pm  
Blogger Karen Winters said...

I'd never heard of this recipe but it looks like a good one to be fixed in a hurry - great drawing.

To answer your blogger email question ... if you go into settings and then look at the comments tab, you can enter an email address of yours - and you will be notified every time someone leaves a comment. I think that you can reply to the commenter via that email. I'm not certain, but I seem to remember that. That probably only works when someone uses a blogger name display name and their email address is known.
They should really improve that feature.

3:44 pm  
Anonymous Karen said...

Carole, here's a test from another ID. And I really like the sheen on the onion, by the way!

4:10 pm  
Anonymous Beth said...

Sacrilege, woman! Where's the curry spices? Where's the cream?

Mmmmm. It's ages since we had kedgeree... I'm sure Teddy would enjoy it, but I don't intend to go to hospital again...

I love your drawings, especially the onion and the garlic. You may keep the Mackerel (bleuk!) :-)

Sending you mail, re the blogathon ATCs (which are gorgeous BTW)

4:48 pm  
Blogger Teri C said...

Beautiful paintings! Love the colors and design and just everything about it.

6:31 pm  
Blogger SCquiltaddict said...

Very nice....great job!!!

8:18 pm  
Blogger Shelly McC said...

This is wonderful! Great job.

12:21 am  
Blogger Penny said...

wonderful but I agree with Beth, should have curry at the very least in it as it originally came from India, and my old recipe says to par cook in water and then in milk (full cream milk!). I think most Australians of my age group make it, my daughter is passing on the family tradition.
Your drawings of it are lovely.

12:31 am  
Blogger AnastasiaC said...

oh yum!!! I love this and its easy to make
great sketch!

12:36 pm  
Blogger Jana Bouc said...

These are beautiful. I love the way everything seems to be glowing. It all looks so appealing.

6:46 pm  

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