Hot on the heels of TGRWT18, Martin Lersch was
I've written and quasi-contributed to TGRWT several times, mostly cause I think it gets you thinking about food. If Michael Pollan is right, then now more than ever we need ways to inspire people to actually cook.
This isn't a competition, as such there can be no winner and there will be no fabulous prizes.
But, maybe, just maybe, you can use this to get your creative juices going, and find your way back into your poor, neglected kitchen. I wanted to choose common ingredients that were familiar, seasonal and could still be exciting for people to riff on. I also wanted to choose things that would let our vegetarian/vegan friends contribute.
While you go and look at the fancy logo and the guideline, I'm going to go and enjoy a refreshing, venti tomato-chai latte. Ciao!
|I am Jack's Fancy Logo (color coded with the ingredients).|
This is how you can participate in TGRWT #19:
- Prepare a dish that combines tomato and black tea. You can either use an existing recipe (if there is any) or come up with your own.
- Take a picture of the dish and write an entry in your blog by
October 1stOctober 5th with TGRWT #19 in the title. Readers will be particularly interested in how the flavour pairing worked out, so make an attempt at describing the taste and aroma and whether you liked it or not.
- A round-up will be posted here (with pictures). Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details: Your name, URL of blog, URL of the TGRWT #19 post and a picture for your entry in the round-up. If you don't have a blog, email me your name, location, recipe and a brief description of how it worked out and I'll be glad to include it in the final round-up.