Arghh…Arghhhhhhhhhh and just found out that I cannot retrieve them. I feel helpless and wish I could quickly undo it and everything will be okay. But I know that its not happening and all I can do is- learn from it, always back up my pictures, and read instructions carefully!
Few hours later & two cups of coffee, I feel much better.. Maybe it happened for a reason- an opportunity for me to redo the recipes and take better photographs or something. But for now I need to stop dwelling on it and hope that I will be able to upload them soon. But until then, please bear with it.
Lets talk something happy..where there is food, friends and lot of relaxation! I had three day long vacation in Fort Collins, Colorado. First- it was not enough, it never is. Everything about Fort Collins was so laid back – the city, people, and the whole environment. I was dreading the cold weather little bit but it stayed pretty nice, no snow or anything. It was a extremely relaxing trip , lots of delicious food, healthy thanksgiving meal, and endless conversation with my friends. And I also fell in love with roasted Brussels sprouts.
but for now vacation is over..
and I came home to a almost empty fridge/pantry..I did not have motivation to go grocery shopping and used whatever ingredients I had at home to make this stew. Its actually a prime example of sheer laziness turned deliciousness.
Its similar to chana masala (very classic Indian Chickpea curry) that I made before minus the coconut milk & leek. Coconut milk added a lot of creaminess and slight sweetness. Leek gave a lot of texture while the garam masala and chili balanced the sweetness from coconut milk. Its another one pot dish like the chipotle turkey chili.
Coconut Chickpea Stew
2-3 green chili, chopped