Hi again everyone,Headed out this weekend and am excited to try out a few recipes inspired by a couple of the regular posters / authors around here.I'd like to incorporate Laurie Ann March's Curried Bean Pate into a lunch wrap, and am thinking some kind of crunchy slaw-like topping would be nice. Anyone have a thought on something that would pair nicely with the strong curry flavors?Thanks!Shannon
I think it would go nicely with a good German beer.--B.G.--
B.G - can't say that's not tempting ;-)Now you've got me thinking beer-cheese soup and a nice rye bread. Both somewhat hard to replicate in the backcountry :).
it sounds like that pate will turn out like hummus, so I think it would be good with onion, tomato, tahini, cilantro and/or parsley, and bell peppers.
Maybe this?Century Portable Toilet - 2.8 Gallonhttp://www.rei.com/product/740513
Thinly sliced apple might work....
Cabbage keeps forever, if you have some little ones or maybe even brussel sprouts and slice them up. I ate a hundred cabbage salads living without refrigeration in costa rica. Also we shredded carrots a lot.
I'd be apt to follow Zachary's advice... chicken would be a good addition as well. I might have to play around with it.Sorry I was late on this one... I've been a little busy (see the chaff forum section)... lol.For the really adventurous... Daikon Radish Sprouts... but that requires a little effort.
Edited by Laurie_Ann on 09/06/2010 18:12:58 MDT.
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