Friday, September 28, 2012
All In a Friday Morning.
Turn on the radio while pulling my sleeves back. Take out a cabbage and carrot, peeling the latter before grating it into a mixture of mayonnaise and lemon juice. Chop up the cabbage before washing it. Mix well with the carrot before sealing the container and let it chill in the fridge.
Take out two cans of tuna, drain it before mixing it in another mixture of mayonnaise and lemon juice. Seal, keep for at least a night in the fridge. Trust me, the mayo would seep into the tuna and take away that odd funky taste which will leaves you with the tastiest homemade tuna sandwich ever.
Take out the black pepper sausages and let it sit in room temperature for two hours.
Take a short nap after looking up a recipe for potato latkis.
Wake up, turn on radio and grate half an onion, a clove of garlic and two peeled potatoes. Sing along to Clumsy while squeezing the juices out of the grated mixture.
Put the sausages in a pot of water before setting it on the stove to bring to a boil.
Lightly beat an egg, mix in the potato mixture, a teaspoon of salt, some grated cheese, pepper and two tablespoon of flour. Mix in nicely.
Put a flat skillet on the stove, some vegetable oil and let it heat up. Put a tablespoon of the mix on the skillet, flatten it out a bit. Flip after a minute or two. Repeat until it browns nicely then let it rest on a paper towel.
Repeat until you're out of the potato mixture, turn off the stove. Take out the sausages.
Three teaspoons of instant coffee, a cup of milk, a cup of water, 2 tablespoon of brown sugar and icecubes. Blend, pour it out for a taste test.
Serve the sausages, potato latkis, coleslaw and drink for lunch. Tells Mama the tuna is for tomorrow's tuna pie. Ask her to buy some green apples for Sunday's apple crumble.
Look up pancake recipes for tomorrow's breakfast.