Monday, September 17, 2007

haiku recipe

cheese and onion
baked in a pastry case -
serve with potatoes.


haiku recipe for One Deep Breath

14 comments:

tumblewords said...

Sounds like yum to me. Pastry case is a nifty term (is it one that cooks know? :)) Nice!

Jo said...

Oh yum, I love a cheese and onion pasty. Very tasty......and I like pastry case too.

Becca said...

This sounds wonderful! I'm not familiar with "pastry case" - I"m wondering if that's what we call "puff pastry" in the States.

Greggo said...

i like it! is it ready yet??? lol.

PaulS said...

more food poems, yummy, i like reading them out loud, it's almost like tasting them,

Roswila said...

Really nice recipe haiku. My mouth is still watering and it's food I can't eat. Sigh. (BTW, I got an error message at your permalink, got here through your profile page....)

Rae Trigg said...

Your haiku recipe sounds yummy. I'm hungry just reading it.

Crafty Green Poet said...

I learn the recipe from my Mum. Pastry case is well just a way of describing the pastry for a pie. Shortcrust pastry in this case. Puff pastry is probably the same for all of us?

get zapped said...

My mouth is watering!

Clare said...

This sounds really tasty -- I'm getting hungry and I just ate breakfast.
:)

daisies said...

: ) yummers!! what a lovely little treat!

Patois said...

Yummmmmmmmmm. It's chilly here right now, and that sounds so warming. (And, yes, it does get chilly in Northern California! Why, I don't think it's even 60 degrees yet!)

Krissie said...

its lunchtime here and as soon as I read your haiku my mouth watered...oh yum!

Krissie said...

its lunchtime here and as soon as I read your haiku my mouth watered...oh yum!