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By Alaina Sullivan
The combination of quick-fried tofu, sautéed greens and Thai-inspired peanut sauce brings a ton of texture and flavor to the plate. For the greens I used baby bok choy, though Chinese broccoli, tatsoi, or Napa cabbage, alone or in combination, would work just as well. The tofu (which you want to be as dry as possible) is pan-fried, which browns its exterior while the inside stays warm and soft. The peanut sauce is thick and rich, with tangy notes of soy sauce and lime. Recipe from Mark Bittman’s Kitchen Express.
Crisp Tofu and Asian Greens with Peanut Sauce
Slice firm tofu into strips or cubes and pat dry; roughly chop a bunch of the greens. Pan-fry the tofu in some vegetable oil until it browns on all sides, about four minutes; remove tofu from pan and pour off all but a little of the oil. Add the greens and pinch or two of red chile flakes, and continue cooking until the vegetables turn dark green, about three minutes. Mix together a half cup of peanut butter, a couple of tablespoons of soy sauce, and fresh lime juice to taste; add a bit of water if necessary to get a nice consistency. Add the sauce to the pan along with the reserved tofu and toss to coat. (You may not need to use all of the sauce, depending on how much greens/tofu you have). Garnish with crushed peanuts and serve.
snow on the ground
This island shack was built for men lost at sea. It’s stocked with enough water and crackers to survive until found. Vlieland Island, Netherlands. Submitted by Marieke Kijk in de Vegte.
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Today in lunchtime yoga, I held this pose.
And I felt incredibly strong.
i rather like this word
now you do all know, that you can all /archive to any tumbr blog and will be able to see month by month their postings, don’t you?
/archive after the .com
and voila! All the pictures at once!
Just saying.. as not all blogs have an ‘Archive’ button.
ps. particularly good for Pinning to Pinterest
on closer inspection you notice that she must be near sighted.
on closer inspection, she must of lost her bottom teeth, or had a protruding jaw.
and.. she is holding the book so close, one wonders if she could actually read. This may just be a pose. Women in the 17th century were not all educated and most could not read.
awelltraveledwoman asked: Such kind words also make me happy! Thank you very much... I also adore your blogs!
thank you, thank you, thank you….
Her coat was open, letting the cool snowy air wrap around her, as she ran towards the small wall. She left of course, tracks in the snow, but she was beyond caring if anyone knew she had gone. Margriet felt alive. She felt free. And this time, her attempt would not be just an attempt, she would succeed.
to free? or not to free? Is it even a question?