Monday, January 1, 2007

Grains index

The great indexing project! Because I can't think of any other better way to do this...I'm listing all of the recipes in a given chapter and linking them to the post where I cook it. I'm only updating the index once ever month or two so it's possible that I've made a recipe and it isn't linked yet.

I would ADORE if you would comment on the index, especially if you can comment on TJOC recipes (in the respective chapter) that you have made and your thoughts on it :)

I hope to update each index about once a quarter.

Number of recipes: 55
Number of recipes made:
Dec 2008: 2 or 3.6%--most of these look horrible to me!
March 2009: 3 or 5.6%--I'm not doing well on this chapter
May 2009: 3: uh oh
Oct 09: 7 or 12.7%--broke the 10%
Mid-Jan 10: 7 or 12.7%
May 2010: 9 or 16.4%
Mid-Jan 11: 11 or 20%
Mid-May 11: 16 or 29.9% --Not bad!

Amaranth with mushrooms
Barley "risotto" with mushrooms
Warm barley, mushroom, and asparagus salad
Bow ties with kasha (kasha varnishkes)
Cabbage rolls stuffed with kasha and bulger
Buckwheat pilaf
Cornmeal mush
Soft polenta
Becker five-minute polenta rustica
Baked polenta
Fried or toasted polenta I
Fried or toasted polenta II
Low country cream-style grits
Baked cheese grits
Souffleed cheese grits
Shrimp and grits
Baked hominy
Green posole
Chicken and cheese tamales
Millet cakes with parmesan and dried tomatoes
Three-grain apple cinnamon granola
Quinoa pilaf
Baked white rice
Rombauer Italian rice
Baked brown rice with mushrooms
Rice pilaf
Lentil and rice pilaf with toasted cumin seeds
Spiced vegetable pilaf with cashews
Becker rice and noodle pilaf
Spanish rice
Hoppin' John
Jamaican rice and peas
Chicken jambalaya
Fried rice
Persian rice
Coconut rice
Indonesian rice table
Seafood and sausage paella
Plain Japanese rice (gohan)
Sushi rice (shari)
Rolled sushi (maki-zushi)
Risotto (risotto in bianco)
Risotto Milanese
Rice and peas (risi e bisi)
Risotto with mushrooms
Rye pilaf
Rye berry salad with roasted red pepper dressing
Wheat berries with sauteed onions and dried fruits
Couscous with pine nuts and raisins
Couscous with chicken, lemon, and olives
Israeli couscous pilaf
Wild rice with sauteed mushrooms

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1 comment:

  1. The pilafs are pretty easy and quite good (the few I've made)!


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