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 I totally agree, but that's why I started looking about what to do with the left overs.So far I found that I can make nice pizza and other flatbread with it. I keep the starter in the fridge, so I only have to feed it once every week or even 2 weeks, and by that time I am happy to eat flatbread again!
Ah, but those kaffir lime  leaves are just awesome, especially fresh. I got 2 trees in my garden. Luckily, I don't have the temperature problem as the coldest it gets here is about 7 oC for a short period, and then only between first light and sunrise.   But those leaves just perk up any sort of meal!   And now you guys have convinced me to start looking for a curry leaf tree !
I haven't had time to make a sourdough bread yet, but I did make sourdough pizza dough. Hope that counts!     I thought I had posted this a couple days before, but apparently the internet gods did not agree, so trying again.....
Beef ribs....
Mind blowing it may be, but @French Fries is right. Chicken tikka is Indian, masala is Indian, but chicken tikka masala is British. They wanted a sauce (masala) with their chicken tikka! By the way, I like chicken tikka and I like chicken tikka masala. As gor the other trends mentioned: I can't really say anything. We have one Thai and one Mexican restaurant in the whole country and they are not cheap. We got lots of Chinese and Indian restaurants but they are all a bit...
And asparagus soup:
@Mike9: That's awesome !   I was given some fresh asparagus.....     Steak and asparagus from the bbq, Baby potatoes out of the oven. Mashed hard boiled eggs for over the asparagus
We got some great bakers here
Ah, but I can't put my dog in the fridge and only feed it once a week or fortnight !
Okay, Here we go!   I needed to refresh my sourdough starter and recently I have started using most of the excess. And now I got a better reason than ever to do so   About 100 gr left over sourdough got mixed with 50 ml water, 100 gr flour, olive oil and salt. Rested it for a good hour or so   Then rolled it out thinly   Pre-heated my cast iron skillet   And cooked the flat bread. It did puff up somewhat.   Turned it after a couple of...
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