Some pictures of food that got stuck on my camera when the batteries died.
Some Sunday Market Bounty. Conjoined twin capsicums...
A bowl-full of mandarins, some freakishly large carrots, and a butternut pumpkin.
A pile of eggplants for only $2.
The butternut pumpkin was diced and mixed with maple syrup, cinnamon, and nuttlex (vegan margarine) to become this delicious side dish.
It accompanied some pasties, which were one of our many attempts to empty the fridge and freezer before we moved. We had two sheets of pastry, and Andy was bored. The results:
Inside, they were chock full o' curried eggplant with heaps of sesame and cumin seeds, carrots, and capsicums.
Here's a photo from ages ago. Tomato, onion and basil flavoured veggie sausages. I forget the brand, but they come in those plastic trays. Tasty, but the texture is mushy and horrible. Topped with sautted onions, mustard and tomato sauce, however, they made a good and simple meal.
With the sausages, we had a BIG salad that Andy made. It featured lettuce, tomato, cucumber, avocado, beetroot, sprouts, and heaps of herbs, including our new Perennial Coriander plant, which is very cool.
A different pumpkin was roasted and tossed with pasta, thyme, and bread crumbs to make this interesting dish. It was good, but I doubt we'll make it again. The bread crumbs made it super dry.
And finally, some hang over food. Don't make this unless you had waaay too much wine the night before. It's grated sweet potato, which I started to cook but then felt sick. Andy took over and added capsicum, tomato, spices, and a tin of spaghetti. Then he put it on toast. I took one bite. He ate his whole plate, took a nap, and then ate my whole plate. I had cereal later in the afternoon.
From now on I'll be posting new pictures of new food from my new house :)