Stuffed Cabbage. Apparently stuffed cabbag usually comes with a tomato sauce but this just called for a browned butter and I think it tasted great the way it was. And so ends my queue of the foods I made/ate this spring break.
I tried kimchi last Saturday! There was a food truck rally in Saftey Harbor and there were about fourteen trucks! I have always wanted to try kimchi but I didn’t want to have to buy a whole jar and not like it or something. So when I saw a Korean truck I knew I would finally be able to try it. I don’t love it but I hate it. Which is what I figured I would feel about it.
There is a great farmer market literally two blocks from the dorms and my roommate(s) and I try to go every Saturday. The second time we went I tried Ethiopian food. Note to anyone who hasn’t tried their food: do not eat the flat bread plain. That is what I did when we were walking back to campus and it is doused in vinegar and in turn is very sour/salty. When you use it as a utensil for eating the other dishes it is great because some of their dishes can be bland. There is a pumpkin curry, a collard greens dish, three lentil dishes, and a cabbage dish, plus the flat bread in the photo.