Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

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Hello everyone, 

 

In our weekly community online meetup, we've come up with a fun idea to (attempt to) cook something delicious together...live from the kitchen.

 

@Kimberly29  and @Clara116  have both mentioned they would be happy to run the session and so I've started this dedicated topic here to enable us to share ideas and recipes for our exciting cook-a-long!  Everyone is welcome to take part (even if you haven't attended a meetup before).

 

To get us started, I think it's useful for us to think of what we need to keep in mind:

 

  • Needs to be made within an hour
  • Ingredients needs to be accessible across the world
  • Relatively simple to start off with (so perhaps not needing to soak something for a month before use! 🙂
  • No high tech equipment necessary (ie. a pasta maker or a singing toaster) 

 

Also, we need to decide when we want to do it, so that we can all get the shopping in. So please do share your preference. 

 

Clara, I know you mentioned you have a nice breakfast recipe, would love to hear more about this.

 

Looking forward to discussing this more. 

 

Thank you, 

Lizzie

 


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Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

in
Darwin, Australia
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@Lizzie  > a singing toaster? I WANT one! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼🥳🥳

Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

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Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

in
Auckland, New Zealand
Level 10

Haha @Stephanie sounds a bit like my fry pan toasted cheese sandwich the other day that got burnt as I kinda forgot about it. Ooops 

Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

in
Pensacola, FL
Level 10

@Lizzie  Here's the recipe for the Breakfast Oatmeal Bake/ Strudel

Look forward to seeing you all tomorrow morning.....I have been without a computer all week and just got a brand new one.....wow it is sweet for certain. Till soon 

 

 

 

 

 

                    Breakfast Oatmeal Bake

                       From- Stacy on Off Grid Homesteading YouTube

Yummy breakfast strudel with yogurt/syrup/honey – good cold or warmed up

Best if baked in a 9” cast iron skillet (hot) with 1 TBS Butter/Oil

Ingredients:

2 cups Oatmeal (organic) Soak 1 ½ hr – or overnight Cover with water/plus 2 TBS yogurt

2 Large Eggs/ or 3 medium eggs

1 cup Milk

½ cup chopped nuts- pecans, almonds, walnuts

1/3 cup Honey

2 TBS Butter/ Oil

½ tsp. Salt

1 ½ tsp. Baking Powder

2 tsp. Cinnamon

2 tsp. Vanilla Extract

Berries 1-3 cups   Blueberry, Raspberry ½ for recipe- ½ for hot skillet before pouring mixture

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Oats have to be soaked at least 1 ½ hrs covered in water with 2 TBS Yogurt – also overnight is good

After soaking oats and ready to begin

 Preheat Oven 375 with 9” pan/skillet (oil/butter skillet)

Mix all ingredients while oven and skillet heat up

Pull out skillet hot and add some berries to the bottom of pan

Pour the mixture over some berries

Bake 45 mins – check usually takes 55-60 mins.

Rest 15 mins to cool out of oven before serving with butter/syrup/yogurt

                                                 Have baked many times and it’s terrific each time! Enjoy, Clara

Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

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This sounds delicious @Clara116. I've just had my breakfast, but reading this is making me want a second one! 🙂

 

I think it sounds pretty straightforward and the ingredients I imagine are ok for most people to find. 

 

What do you think @Cathie19@Lawrene0@Roberta2@Alexandra316@Marissa107@Ann72@Christine615@Kimberly29 , @Jessica-and-Henry0?

 

 

 


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Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

in
South Korea
Level 10

@Clara116 @Lizzie 

Seems easy enough....... but the kitchen in my Changwon apartment is really really bare 🤣🤣🤣

 I have 1 pot (to cook instant ramyeon), 1 small fry pan (for eggs) and a kettle (that the previous tenant left behind). The End. And no oven. I'm pretty sure most college students living in a dorm are better off than I am. 

 

But I'm fine with watching everyone else cook~~ 😉 

@Cathie19@Lawrene0@Roberta2@Alexandra316@Marissa107@Ann72@Christine615@Kimberly29 @Stephanie 

Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

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Are you still in lockdown guys? If YES keep baking, if NOT go out to spritz aperitifs/restaurants and have some social meeting but keeping phisycal distance.

Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

in
Darwin, Australia
Level 10

We are social distancing @Martina714 : 

@Stephanie , @Lizzie , @Clara116 , @Jessica-and-Henry0  & @Helen427 , @Ann72 , @Lawrene0 @Christine615 , @Kimberley29 , @Roberta2 , @Marissa107 , @alexandra316, @Nick  et all, are VERY socially distancing -> due to the fact we are all in varying countries and states.

Lol...

But I do get your drift.... If we can socialise responsibly, we should. Luckily in Darwin, that is exactly what we are able to do. I imagine our state borders will open in maybe a month with some conditions and some luck, but in the meantime, we are free to move around responsibly. Currently, our state has zero active cases of Covid19 (like New Zealand) and would like to keep it that way. 💐

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in
NY, NY
Level 10

😂

Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

in
London, United Kingdom
Level 10

Hi guys, sorry I could not make it Friday - work was crazy and I did not have a break. Se

e you next week!

Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

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I Want one !!!

Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

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Hello @Clara116,

 

Recapping from our meetup last Wednesday, it sounds like we might try the cook-a-long at the next social meetup. I like the idea of cooking the tortilla you described–my stomach definitely liked the idea of cheese! 

 

Would you mind sharing the ingredients we need to get in preparation for our meetup on July 15th please? 

 

Thank you so much. Exciting times. 🙂 

 

 

@Cathie19@Lawrene0@Robin4@Melodie-And-John0@Clara116@Christine615@Jessica-and-Henry0@Ann72@Kimberly29@Roberta2@Stephanie, @Quincy, @Gordon0, @Sandra126@Helen3,  @Marissa107@Wave-Autumn-Vine0@Suzanne302@Ann489@Yadira22@Alexandra316@Nick 

 


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Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

in
Marbella, Spain
Level 6

@Lizzie ,

Looking forward to having @Clara116  tortilla ( a not so distant relative of the tortilla Española maybe?) as a midnight snack!

 

I suppose it's going to be at 23:00 Spanish time?

 

@Marissa107 ❤️

Re: Live from the kitchen: let's cook together...

in
South Korea
Level 10

@Lizzie @Clara116 

 

Will be looking forward to the tortilla cooking social~ I probably won't be able to cook during the week (my Changwon apartment is not equipped for cooking beyond instant noodles 🤣 ) but I will watch and take a few notes and maybe give it a go (or better yet get Henry to give it a go) later on a lazy weekend. 

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