Saturday, July 23, 2011

What's for supper? Euro-flavour barbecue

Tonight's menu:

Really good barbecued sausage
Kasha
Salad (:romaine, mushrooms, zucchini from the garden)
Corn on the Cob (from the vegetable stand)

Yellow watermelon (also from the vegetable stand)
Wafer cookies

3 comments:

Phyllis said...

What's your kasha? I only know the Russian definition....

Mama Squirrel said...

Toasted buckwheat groats (these were from a Polish grocery store), mixed with a beaten egg, stirred over medium heat until they've dried out a bit, then boiling water poured over top and cooked with the lid on for about fifteen minutes.

I turned the leftovers into a salad for a family get-together the next day.

What's Russian kasha like?

Phyllis said...

Kasha just means porridge in Russian. It could be exactly like what you had, or oatmeal, millet, cream of wheat, etc.

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