It’s bok choy with butter and basil.
Delicious AND intellectually satisfying.
Filed under Daily Awesomeness, Food
Alliterative food! What an idea! I see a challenge being set for myself.
W: Your challenge: eat a whole meal where all the ingredients – including herbs or spices – start with the same letter. Then come back and report.
I’m thinking potato and pumpkin with pakchoy (which works if you use an older transcription) and paprika. Prawns would work too, but they’d be too fiddly. Ooh, and pork!
Same letter or same phoneme? If it’s letter, then I can have carrot and celery, but if it’s phoneme, I can have celery and sumac (which I doubt are a good combination).
W: Nice work with the historical interpretation.
For you, phonemes.
I ended up with pan-fried pork and pureed Pink Ladies (apples) with pork and potatoes. They didn’t have any pakchoy or plums, and pumpkins wouldn’t match.
W: I saw the picture on facebook. Brilliant.
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