You may be thinking to yourself,
"Why so much crafting and so little cooking, Meg?
I grow weary of crochet do-dads and knit thing-a-ma-jigs."
Me, too... me, too.
But the cooking in Indonesia cannot being in earnest until my gear (sweet, sweet Le Creuset, how I miss you!) arrives on the slow boat from the U.S. and we move into our new place. Until that time, here is what I have to work with:
|Tiny, tinny pot and a frying pan that is probably giving me cancer each time I use it.
I do have some Indonesian recipes I want to try, though, once I do get a hold of my equipment. For example, these amazing satay we tried in Bali, skewered on lemongrass stalks. Aromatic, garlicky, spicy, tender... so good. And not too hard to make, based on my understanding.