So with all the recipes in this book, there are bound to be some that I refuse to make and there are bound to be some that I cannot make due to lack of ingredients in my area. I’ve decided to dedicate this post to those recipes and will cross them off my list regardless of making them.
To start us off, here are all the recipes that involve pickling. Now, I don’t want to do the pickling recipes because A) most of them sound completely disgusting and it would be a waste of my time and money just to go in the trash and B) some probably need special utensils and I just don’t have a need to purchase these things.
Next, there is one recipe that just sounds so completely awful (aside from all the pickled recipes you see above) that I will not make it. It’s called Vinegar Pie. The recipe itself seems super simple and quick to make, but the fact that the main ingredient is vinegar is just not sitting well with me. I know I will not eat it, and I will not ask other eat it. Gross.
Lastly, there are two recipes that I’m pretty sure I have no chance at making due to lack of ingredients in St. Louis. They both sound interesting, so if anyone knows what I can get the main ingredients I’d listen, but I just don’t think it’s going to work.
-Fried Cactus Strips
Dinner & a Movie
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"Food is essential for life; therefore make it good"
Shannon does it Julie & Julia style as she cooks through a cookbook and shares thoughts and recipes along the way.