In this week of camp:
We cooked and ate the foods from A Series of Unfortunate Events, to discover the true culinary history of the Baudelaire orphans at the hands of the villainous Count Olaf. We also made our own naturally carbonated soda, fermented right in the bottle (!) during our week-long camp! This week of camp was based on the Lemony Snicket books and Netflix series.
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A vegetarian burger where the cheese IS the burger. Halloumi cheese stands right up to browning directly in the griddle or on the grill, so you can skip the meat entirely. Slathered with garlic-mayo and topped with all the fixins, so you’re good to go.
This classic Thai chicken dish will blow you away. It's so good you may dream about it - seriously. it’s got it all going on: umami, salty, sour, sweet. Serve it as a main dish with steamed rice or as a soup or side.
Arizona-style enchiladas in a mild red chile sauce, stuffed with shredded chicken and covered with melty cheese.
Make your own, refreshing, naturally carbonated herbal soda, infused with parsley and lemon.
Make your own soda, naturally carbonated and tinted red from hibiscus leaves steeped with lime.
Red salmon and herbs in puff pastry bites, with a drizzle of creme fraiche.
Dark and white chocolate layered with the subtle salty crunch of pretzel crisps and spiked with peppermint.
Cutting the kale into thin chiffonade helps it to mingle with all the other flavors and textures of this delicious salad.
One of the quickest and simplest ways to make a truly nice dinner, any night of the week.
Cool as a cucumber, with a hint of mint and the slightest tang of yogurt. Blessedly refreshing, with no cooking required. Perfect on a hot summer day.
Potstickers served with Sriracha sauce and Hoisin sauce. Plus, make Asian meatballs with any excess filling.
Creamy, coconutty layer cake, with coconut cream cheese frosting. Once they taste this, people will beg you to make it for them. (Fair warning.)
Super chocolate-y, decadent pudding. Sure, you can serve it to the kids. If you can keep yourself from eating it all first.
Tomatoes, capers, anchovies, roasted garlic and kalamata olives make a deliciously complex sauce for pasta.