One thing that surprised me, once I was under way, was the people have been merrily pinning from this blog without a by your leave. Please don't do that, folks! at least ask. One good thing, though, the pins I found were all attributed to this blog, the least you can do when you pin.
Anyway, back from high tech, during which I burned a pot because I forgot about it while pursuing Pinterest, and had an avalanche in the freezer shortly after, resulting in frozen stuff in smithereens, hard to tell the containers from the contents, where was I, oh yes.
I had heard my neighbor talk about paneer, so I thought I'd look it up and try it, and, get this, pin the recipe to my board, legally, since it's a big site with Pinterest enabled right on the site.
And I did make paneer, Indian cheese, very interesting, milder than yogurt cheese, but fun to make. My Indian friend dropped in during the afternoon and I showed her my results, which she correctly identified as paneer and told me all kinds of interesting stuff to do about it. So I felt so proud that it had an official seal of approval, or recognition, at least.
If you go here
you'll find my boards, including on the right my one and only pin to my recipe board. And a huge parade of Dollivers who feel it's high time they were on a world stage. And the beginnings of uploading artwork, much more to come. Feel free to sign up and follow! okay, if you don't like to.
And if you look below, you'll see my version of the paneer, not quite as skilled, but certainly very edible, and currently forming part of a nice supper, with fresh farm corn, raw, and tomato.
Nice glass of red wine, too. I shall endeavor not to knock this one all over the place this time.