It's time for the next grubski challenge. The theme this time is BUTTS. There are various possible culinary interpretations of "butts", some more obvious than others. I will not specify an interpretation for you to follow. Bonus points for the most creative interpretation.
Post your butts here and hubski will vote with their hubwheels. We'll declare a champion of butts in like, May or something.
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I have a friend who says "you can take a man out of second grade, but you can't take second grade out of a man." He thinks this is great marriage advice for engaged women.
Anyway, like a second grader my thought process went "Butts --> Butt Music!!!"
So I decided to make dinner with as many flatulence-inducing ingredients as I have.
I decided milk was cheating. Maybe it does the job of some of you, but I have enough European ancestry to mainline lactose.
So I did a little searching and found some lists of gassy foods. Here is one list. And since the wife is traveling this week, I bravely started cooking.
1) Cook some beans. I have a pressure cooker which cuts the time down to ~20 minutes, but if you don't, just put them in a pot of water yesterday evening, and then remember to bring them to a simmer an hour ago. I used about half pinto beans and half black beans. Also cook some rice in chicken stock.
2) The most flatulent veggies in the fridge:
I've got a bunch of vegetables from the list, especially from the onion family.
Clockwise from top left: broccoli, celery, peppers, shallots, scallions, leeks, carrots.
3) Start with the tougher vegetables:
Carrots and leeks with a little butter with some minced ginger too. Use a big enough pan to move everything around. I don't have the heat high enough to be actually stir-frying even though it's in a wok. I didn't want to set off the fire alarm tonight. Once the carrots have started softening, throw in the broccoli.
4) Add the rest of the veggies:
I also added some mushrooms. Cook until everything is tender but still a little crunchy.
Since they're already cooked, just mix them in.
6) Serve over rice:
7) And pair with an IPA chosen solely based on label design.
For best results eat two bowls before every long road trip or flight. Not responsible for retaliatory damage.