By Sonya Nimri
Beadalicious: 25 clean, Unforgettable jewellery initiatives for Beads previous and New КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: Sonya Nimri Название: Beadalicious: 25 clean, Unforgettable jewellery initiatives for Beads outdated and New Издательство: Watson-Guptill Год: 2008 Формат: PDFРазмер: 7.35 Mb Страниц: 118 Язык: английский Для сайта: www.mirknig.comВ книге много идей по изготовлению модной бижутерии: серьги, кольца, браслеты, ожерелья..com sixty eight
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Sometimes you may invent a dish so good you want to take notes and create it again and again. That is part of the adventure of solo cooking. You’re free to make a mistake, a middling meal, or a masterpiece. Leftovers: Basic Reheats Soups change the garnish or add a protein Stews serve with rice, mashed potatoes, noodles, or polenta Cooked vegetables carrots, beets, green beans, asparagus, and so on Cooked grains farro, polenta, rice Cooked beans and legumes white beans, black beans, chickpeas, lentils Leftovers: New Creations Steak use in steak salad Farro use as salad, reheat as a farrotto (with a vegetable), add to soup Vegetables such as asparagus, beets, green beans, artichokes, and potatoes use in a composed salad, pasta, risotto, soup, or frittata Salmon or tuna use in a salad or pasta Chicken use in a salad, soup, pasta, risotto, or sandwich Shrimp use in a salad, soup, quesadilla, pasta Rice or couscous use for salad or add to soup If you have not had time to market and you’re too pooped or cranky to shop, you can create a tasty dinner from goodies you have on the cupboard or refrigerator shelf or in the freezer.
If you want a crusty top, do not cover with foil. For added crunch, slip it under the broiler to brown. Comfort Food When you have a bad day, certain foods can help ease the pain. For many people, fancy food isn’t the cure. It seems too self-conscious and requires too much thinking and attention. On the other hand, comfort food requires no thought or effort to eat it. That’s why it works. Comfort food promotes well-being and peace of mind. It is generally a familiar food, often with happy memories attached to it.
That’s easy. More often you are working with a combination of a few fresh ingredients, leftovers, and basic pantry staples—a greater challenge! Fortunately, the only person you have to please is yourself. If the dish is a disaster or disappointment, if the flavors are muddled or not what you’d imagined, you can always make an omelet, or sip a glass of wine and eat cheese and bread, have a salad, and relax. If the dish you create is not brilliant, but is still good enough to eat, fine. You’ve dined economically and well.
Beadalicious: 25 Fresh, Unforgettable Jewelry Projects for Beads Old and New by Sonya Nimri