03/24/2019 (Sun) 18:06:07
I spent most of my day outside so I decided to cook my lunch there.
I have a piece of kolbász (kielbasa, sausage) I got from a pal last year we ate some of it, tasted very mild, if I would make it I would add more salt, garlic, cumin, black pepper because only the red pepper could be tastes. It didn't taste bad just bland. It was also soft when I got it. Now it ripened enough, lost moisture, got harder, tastes blended together well - still mild but got better with time. Because it's a big piece I wanted to cook something out of it. I decided to make what we call beans with onion, not sure if this meal has a name.
Pic #1 - Built the fire lay. Similar to the last time.
Pic #2 - The stuff. Lard, kolbász, onions, beans, green paprika - hot, black pepper in the mill and salt. Muh Mora for cutting needs, the wooden spoon I whittled and mentioned earlier, those metal looking stuff on the left is a kanálgép, literally translates to "spoon machine". Bread and home made blakcberry juice.
Pic #3 and #4 - The kanálgép in it's full glory. It is/was in the service of Hungarian Defense Force, it merges spoon, fork, knife and such a can opener that I could open a T-72 with it. Material: stainless steel.