you thought I was done with the blue food. Hah!
I made a batch of 3 dozen octopus balls on Monday, and
the last dozen turned out like the ones pictured here.
So, add blue takoyaki
to the list of blue foods. (They also have red cabbage
inside 'em, adding a purple tinge.)
In an astonishing break from the usual broccolifest,
steamed green beans. Then
boiled egg and some baked
purple sweet potato. On the other side
I have a little container for mayo for the takoyaki,
some Swedish fish (I had to fill that little empty space
somehow), Dwarf melba toast,
and a fruit
salad made with pink lady apple, persimmon, and lychees.
I have not posted a recipe for Dwarf melba toast
because I haven't posted a recipe for Dwarf bread.
The reason for that is that I don't want people thinking
I'm actually recommending it. It looks like granite,
and... well, I haven't broken a tooth on it yet. You
can find the recipe in Nanny Ogg's Cookbook
if you're really determined to bake it. To make Dwarf
melba toast, slice the Dwarf bread really thin and toast
it on low heat several times, turning to heat it evenly.
You don't want to brown it, just dry it out a bit.