[identity profile] pegkerr.livejournal.com
Hi, I just found this community. I've posted this recipe at Good Eating Hobbits, but thought I'd post it here, too.

I went for lunch recently at St. Martin's Table, a local church-run vegetarian restaurant which donates all tips to charities, and had a delicious bowl of Bilbo's Underground Stew. Yes, it was really called that. It was so good I asked to get the recipe and they gave it to me: enough to serve 60 people! However I was lucky enough to find the recipe for Bilbo's Underground Stew online here! And you can set it for as many or as few servings as you would like! This is the recipe as it serves six:

Bilbo's Underground Stew )
[identity profile] pegkerr.livejournal.com
Hi, I just found this community. I've posted this recipe at Good Eating Hobbits, but thought I'd post it here, too.

I went for lunch recently at St. Martin's Table, a local church-run vegetarian restaurant which donates all tips to charities, and had a delicious bowl of Bilbo's Underground Stew. Yes, it was really called that. It was so good I asked to get the recipe and they gave it to me: enough to serve 60 people! However I was lucky enough to find the recipe for Bilbo's Underground Stew online here! And you can set it for as many or as few servings as you would like! This is the recipe as it serves six:

Bilbo's Underground Stew )
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This first one is cross-posted from hobbit_ficathon:
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Has anybody else done recipe fics? I'd love to see some!
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Has anybody else done recipe fics? I'd love to see some!
[identity profile] melilot-hill.livejournal.com
2 big (red) peppers
4-6 spring onions (but other onions will do too)
2 tablespoons olive oil
150 grams feta, in dice
15 grams of freshly cut Italian herbs (you can also use dried ones, but you have to use less, because they have a stronger taste)
400 grams peeled potatoes
200 grams grated cheese
olive oil.

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees centigrade. Cut peppers lengthwise. Remove the seeds but leave the stem. Blanch them for 4 minutes. Drain in a strainer.
Heat tablespoon olive oil in pan and lightly fry onions.
Make mashed potatoes (with a little milk and butter), mix 125 gram grated cheese through the potatoes. Add (spring) onions, herbs and feta.
Fill peppers with the mashed potatoes, top with grated cheese and a few drops of olive oil.
Put peppers in oven for about 20 minutes.

You can eat it with brown French bread. It will serve about 4 people, but it depends on how much they eat.


Very tasty idea by [livejournal.com profile] ansothehobbit add mushrooms to the onions and fry together, add to the mashed potatoes and follow the rest of the recipe.

Eet smakelijk (enjoy your meal) :)
[identity profile] melilot-hill.livejournal.com
2 big (red) peppers
4-6 spring onions (but other onions will do too)
2 tablespoons olive oil
150 grams feta, in dice
15 grams of freshly cut Italian herbs (you can also use dried ones, but you have to use less, because they have a stronger taste)
400 grams peeled potatoes
200 grams grated cheese
olive oil.

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees centigrade. Cut peppers lengthwise. Remove the seeds but leave the stem. Blanch them for 4 minutes. Drain in a strainer.
Heat tablespoon olive oil in pan and lightly fry onions.
Make mashed potatoes (with a little milk and butter), mix 125 gram grated cheese through the potatoes. Add (spring) onions, herbs and feta.
Fill peppers with the mashed potatoes, top with grated cheese and a few drops of olive oil.
Put peppers in oven for about 20 minutes.

You can eat it with brown French bread. It will serve about 4 people, but it depends on how much they eat.


Very tasty idea by [livejournal.com profile] ansothehobbit add mushrooms to the onions and fry together, add to the mashed potatoes and follow the rest of the recipe.

Eet smakelijk (enjoy your meal) :)
[identity profile] piplover.livejournal.com
Hello, everyone! This is my first time posting in this journal, but I just made a hobbity meal and thought I should share it with you. It is my mom's fried zuccini. You will need:

2 teaspoons of vegetable or olive oil
3 to 6 zuccini
4 to 6 slices of cheese, any kind will do
Bacos, bacon, or ham, any will work

First you add the oil and zuccini to a skillet or pan, and cook covered on 250, stirring occasionally, until zuccini is tender and browning slightly.
Next, place the cheese slices over the zuccini and cover for a minute. The cheese should be properly melted. Then add the topping of bacos, bacon or ham, and enjoy.

*grins in acccomplishment*

I have a tendency to burn water, so I am very please with myself for making something edible and hobbit like. Enjoy!
[identity profile] piplover.livejournal.com
Hello, everyone! This is my first time posting in this journal, but I just made a hobbity meal and thought I should share it with you. It is my mom's fried zuccini. You will need:

2 teaspoons of vegetable or olive oil
3 to 6 zuccini
4 to 6 slices of cheese, any kind will do
Bacos, bacon, or ham, any will work

First you add the oil and zuccini to a skillet or pan, and cook covered on 250, stirring occasionally, until zuccini is tender and browning slightly.
Next, place the cheese slices over the zuccini and cover for a minute. The cheese should be properly melted. Then add the topping of bacos, bacon or ham, and enjoy.

*grins in acccomplishment*

I have a tendency to burn water, so I am very please with myself for making something edible and hobbit like. Enjoy!
[identity profile] rabidsamfan.livejournal.com
Thinking about the Gaffer's taters the other night, so I made up some Raw Fries.

You'll need
A frying pan (skillet) with a good lid
Vegetable oil
Potatoes
Onion
Seasoned Salt or whatever pleases you
a little water

Put enough oil in your frying pan to just cover the bottom and heat about medium
Dice up some onion and start it in the oil
Wash the potatoes and then slice or shred them. One big potato can fill a skillet or a couple of small ones. By now the onion should be beginning to be transparent.
Add the potatoes to the oil carefully.
Let the potatoes brown a bit, flipping occasionally to spread the brownness. Now's a good time to add the seasoned salt.
When you've got some brown on the taters, put a little water in the lid of the frying pan and then turn it into the pan and cover it tightly so the potatoes will steam themselves cooked. Check in about five to eight minutes, and if the taters are done, serve with ketchup.
[identity profile] rabidsamfan.livejournal.com
Thinking about the Gaffer's taters the other night, so I made up some Raw Fries.

You'll need
A frying pan (skillet) with a good lid
Vegetable oil
Potatoes
Onion
Seasoned Salt or whatever pleases you
a little water

Put enough oil in your frying pan to just cover the bottom and heat about medium
Dice up some onion and start it in the oil
Wash the potatoes and then slice or shred them. One big potato can fill a skillet or a couple of small ones. By now the onion should be beginning to be transparent.
Add the potatoes to the oil carefully.
Let the potatoes brown a bit, flipping occasionally to spread the brownness. Now's a good time to add the seasoned salt.
When you've got some brown on the taters, put a little water in the lid of the frying pan and then turn it into the pan and cover it tightly so the potatoes will steam themselves cooked. Check in about five to eight minutes, and if the taters are done, serve with ketchup.
[identity profile] aryador.livejournal.com
This isn't really a recipie to cook as it is just a quick something to fix up.

What to do:

Get a mushroom and pull out the stem. Use a spoon full of any type of cream cheese (I use the Veggie Garden variety myself). Scrape the cream cheese into the hollow of the mushroom and eat away.

A very scrumptious and quick Hobbity snack!

:)
[identity profile] aryador.livejournal.com
This isn't really a recipie to cook as it is just a quick something to fix up.

What to do:

Get a mushroom and pull out the stem. Use a spoon full of any type of cream cheese (I use the Veggie Garden variety myself). Scrape the cream cheese into the hollow of the mushroom and eat away.

A very scrumptious and quick Hobbity snack!

:)
[identity profile] xclairedelune.livejournal.com

The thistle is the flower of the artichoke and is beautiful. It's the national flower of  Scotland.  However, if you pick it before it flowers, it's a very nice vegetable.

Preparing Artichokes )

[identity profile] xclairedelune.livejournal.com

The thistle is the flower of the artichoke and is beautiful. It's the national flower of  Scotland.  However, if you pick it before it flowers, it's a very nice vegetable.

Preparing Artichokes )

[identity profile] melilot-hill.livejournal.com
While I was preparing dinner I thought it could very well be something Hobbits would eat. So I decided to post it here.


Ingredients for two persons
500 grams chicory
8 slices of ham
100 grams grated cheese
crumbled zwieback (I hope this is the correct translation; I mean double baked bread) but I guess you can also use breadcrumbs
a little butter or olive oil

Preheat the oven to 220 Celsius. Mix the grated cheese and the crumbled zwieback.
Remove the outer leaves of the chicory and take out the hard and bitter core. Blanch the chicory for a couple of minutes. Take the chicory out of the pan and roll them into slices of ham and put them in an oven dish. Put the grated cheese on top of the ham-chicory rolls and put some butter or olive oil on top of that. Heat in the oven for 15-20 minutes. Let it cool for a few minutes before serving. I always eat it with mashed potatoes.
[identity profile] melilot-hill.livejournal.com
While I was preparing dinner I thought it could very well be something Hobbits would eat. So I decided to post it here.


Ingredients for two persons
500 grams chicory
8 slices of ham
100 grams grated cheese
crumbled zwieback (I hope this is the correct translation; I mean double baked bread) but I guess you can also use breadcrumbs
a little butter or olive oil

Preheat the oven to 220 Celsius. Mix the grated cheese and the crumbled zwieback.
Remove the outer leaves of the chicory and take out the hard and bitter core. Blanch the chicory for a couple of minutes. Take the chicory out of the pan and roll them into slices of ham and put them in an oven dish. Put the grated cheese on top of the ham-chicory rolls and put some butter or olive oil on top of that. Heat in the oven for 15-20 minutes. Let it cool for a few minutes before serving. I always eat it with mashed potatoes.
[identity profile] not-fledged-yet.livejournal.com
I. Fresh Salsa
I made this up out of my head the other day and it has been getting rave reviews.

2 Roma Tomatos
1 large or 2 medium jalapeno peppers
Corn niblets
Fresh cilantro

Mince the tomatos, peppers, and cilantro, add a few spoonfuls of corn, and mix it all together. If you like mango I think this might taste interesting with mango instead of corn niblets, but since I don't like mango I haven't tried it.

II. Stewed Onions and Raisins
This recipe came out of The Good Huswifes Jewell, published in 1598. I made it for a feast at an SCA event and everybody really liked it. It's a bit unusual to the modern palate, but I tend to think of hobbit culture as quite a bit like early modern English culture, so hobbits might well cook a dish like this.

Onions, quartered
Raisins
Fresh ground black pepper
Sugar
Salt
Egg yolk
Apple cider vinegar
Bread cubes

Boil your onions. When they're about half done, add raisins, pepper, sugar, and salt to taste. When the onions are transparent and the raisins are plump, whisk together the egg yolk and some apple cider vinegar and add it to the broth. Arrange a layer of bread crumbs in the bottom of a serving dish, then pour the onions, raisins, and broth over the bread crumbs. The original recipe says that you can put poached eggs on top if you want a more substantial dish, but I haven't tried it that way.
[identity profile] not-fledged-yet.livejournal.com
I. Fresh Salsa
I made this up out of my head the other day and it has been getting rave reviews.

2 Roma Tomatos
1 large or 2 medium jalapeno peppers
Corn niblets
Fresh cilantro

Mince the tomatos, peppers, and cilantro, add a few spoonfuls of corn, and mix it all together. If you like mango I think this might taste interesting with mango instead of corn niblets, but since I don't like mango I haven't tried it.

II. Stewed Onions and Raisins
This recipe came out of The Good Huswifes Jewell, published in 1598. I made it for a feast at an SCA event and everybody really liked it. It's a bit unusual to the modern palate, but I tend to think of hobbit culture as quite a bit like early modern English culture, so hobbits might well cook a dish like this.

Onions, quartered
Raisins
Fresh ground black pepper
Sugar
Salt
Egg yolk
Apple cider vinegar
Bread cubes

Boil your onions. When they're about half done, add raisins, pepper, sugar, and salt to taste. When the onions are transparent and the raisins are plump, whisk together the egg yolk and some apple cider vinegar and add it to the broth. Arrange a layer of bread crumbs in the bottom of a serving dish, then pour the onions, raisins, and broth over the bread crumbs. The original recipe says that you can put poached eggs on top if you want a more substantial dish, but I haven't tried it that way.
[identity profile] xclairedelune.livejournal.com
I could have included this with mushroom recipes, but it's a main course. The good part of it (besides its wonderful flavor) is that you need no veggie side dish. Can serve with couscous or a pilaf or pan fried potatoes.
Chicken with Mushrooms )
[identity profile] xclairedelune.livejournal.com
I could have included this with mushroom recipes, but it's a main course. The good part of it (besides its wonderful flavor) is that you need no veggie side dish. Can serve with couscous or a pilaf or pan fried potatoes.
Chicken with Mushrooms )

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