ヨークシャー・ローズ 食 From Around The World

yorkshire_rose posted on May 22, 2010 at 06:15PM
I am very interested in all the different foods we have from around the world.Please feel free to add some pictures of food that you eat where you come from !Thanks everyone !
 I am very interested in all the different foods we have from around the world.Please feel free to add

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1年以上前 yorkshire_rose said…
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In Yorkshire we are famous for the Yorkshire Pudding ! You can eat it in many different ways but we mainly have them with roast beef for Sunday lunch.
 In Yorkshire we are famous for the Yorkshire プリン ! あなた can eat it in many different ways but we m
1年以上前 yorkshire_rose said…
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The picture above is a small Yorkshire and this one is the family size Yorkshire pudding !!!!
 The picture above is a small Yorkshire and this one is the family size Yorkshire プリン !!!!
1年以上前 makintosh said…
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It looks delicious...Nom Nom
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1年以上前 yorkshire_rose said…
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It really is Mackenzie and my goodness there's enough to feed an army there LOL !!!!
1年以上前 Kraucik83 said…
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I really love polish "Barszcz z uszkami" (Borsch with ravioli-type dumplings called lit. "little ears"). This dish is very popular in Central & East Euopean countries!
The basic Polish borsch (barszcz) recipe includes red beetroot, onions, garlic, and other vegetables!
 I really 愛 polish "Barszcz z uszkami" (Borsch with ravioli-type dumplings called lit. "little ears
1年以上前 Kraucik83 said…
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And since I lived some time in Norway I'm completely crazy about "Rømmegrøt" (rommegrot - sour creme porridge)!
Sour cream porridge with dried meats was in Norway festive food in the olden days and is still considered that today.
 And since I lived some time in Norway I'm completely crazy about "Rømmegrøt" (rommegrot - サワー crem
1年以上前 yorkshire_rose said…
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Both dishes look absolutely delicious Sunny i must have a go at making them sometime.
1年以上前 Kraucik83 said…
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Just tell me... and I can get you a recipe ;)
1年以上前 yorkshire_rose said…
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Oh please do you can post them here if you wish .....That would be most awesome Sunny !
1年以上前 Kraucik83 said…
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Borsch

2.2 lb. beets
1 lb. meat for making beef broth
2 carrots
1 parsnips
1 lb. onions
8 cloves garlic
1 laurel leaf (or substitute bay leaf)
1 tsp. lemon juice
Cook meat in salted water on medium low for 2-3 hours to meat broth. Skim off fat. Peel and cut all the vegetables (beets, carrots, parsnips, onions, and garlic) and put in another big pot. Break laurel leaf and put it and the lemon juice over vegetables. Pour meat broth over vegetables and let stand overnight, covered.
Next day: heat pot to blend in fat. Pour soup through strainer into another pot (so you strain out the vegetables). Throw out vegetables. Add the following to soup (which looks like red broth) : Salt Sugar Soy sauce Pepper Lemon juice

Add these to taste. It shouldn't be too sweet. (American beets are sweeter than Polish ones, so you'll have to add more salt, pepper and garlic.)

Heat over low heat. Put ears in bowl, put the beet soup over them, and eat. Smacznego!! (Polish for bon appetit.)

EARS:
Fry 1/4 pound ground beef. Fry 1 onion in butter. Mix onion, beef, salt, and pepper (and mushrooms are optional) in a bowl. Everything should be finely chopped.
DOUGH:
3 c. flour
1 egg
1/2 c. water
Mix and knead until soft. Roll out thinly. Cut into 1 inch squares. Put a little of the meat mixture in middle of square. Fold dough in half diagonally, so you have a triangle. Then fold 2 corners of triangle in towards middle, wrapping one around the other, around your finger. Seal all edges. Drop ears in pot of boiling water and cook for 5 minutes; drain. Put in soup bowl, 5-8 per bowl, and eat with soup.
This soup is traditionally eaten as the first course on Christmas Eve in Poland.
1年以上前 Kraucik83 said…
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ROMMEGROT

Sour cream porridge must be made from high fat (35%) natural sour cream, with no stabilizers or gelatin added. For the best results, use homemade sour cream. Heat 2 1/2 dl (1 cup) whipping cream to 35 C (95 F), almost body temperature, then whisk in 2 tablespoons buttermilk. Let stand at room temperature at least 8 hours, until thickened.

Simmer sour cream, covered, about 15 minutes.

Sift over 1/3 of the flour. Simmer until the butterfat begins to leach out. Skim off the fat.

Sift over the remaining flour and bring to a boil. Bring the milk to a boil and thin the porridge to desired consistency. Whisk until smooth. Simmer about 10 minutes, and season with salt. Serve with the fat, sugar and cinnamon.
1年以上前 yorkshire_rose said…
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Awwww thank you so much hun ! i will do these at the weekend and let you know how it turns out.Wish me luck .....
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1年以上前 yorkshire_rose said…
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My husband loves porridge <3
1年以上前 deedeeflower said…
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HOT DOGS! GET YOUR RED HOT, HOT DOGS! HOT DOGS!
The quintessential American food. Every major American city has push carts and hole-in-the-wall joints dovoted to the Hot Dog.
 HOT DOGS! GET YOUR RED HOT, HOT DOGS! HOT DOGS! The quintessential American food. Every major Americ
1年以上前 deedeeflower said…
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My Favorite Hot Dog is the Chicago Style Hot Dog.
Dill Pickles, Sweet Relish, Hot Peppers, Tomatoes, Yellow Mustard and Celery Salt. YUM!!!
 My お気に入り Hot Dog is the Chicago Style Hot Dog. Dill Pickles, Sweet Relish, Hot Peppers, Tomatoes,
1年以上前 yorkshire_rose said…
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Oh my goodness deedee.....what a fantastic choice if hot dogs ! i want to try them all lol !! they look absolutely delicious.We don't have all that choice here in the UK !
1年以上前 flowerdrop said…
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My mom makes the best chocolate cake in the world ...
 My mom makes the best チョコレート cake in the world ...
1年以上前 yorkshire_rose said…
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Oh my goodness Ana ! my very fav yum yum !!