Lately, I’ve been more inclined towards plant-based meals, which is good for normal people but not for me, because I’m prone to anaemia, arrhythmia due to iron deficiency. Sometime in 2018 I attempted to go vegetarian for a month and had a couple of fainting spells. So, this week I had to cook some meals … Continue reading Ninnified Daging Masak Merah
Vision 2020 wasn’t supposed to be like this, and as I, like many others, prepare to show this awful, awful year the door — we can’t help dreading/anticipating what 2021 has in store for us. So I felt I needed some kind of ceremonial drink to pre-emptively see the year off. I’ve also gone down … Continue reading A Non-Alcoholic Wassail For Year’s Ending
Hello! I thought I’d take a break from putting together Truancy 9 to post a tiny recipe here. I had a gorgeous lamb dinner last night. A day late. I was supposed to have it for Friday night but I was really tired from slaying academic deadlines all day and wound up just reheating (delicious) … Continue reading My Gorgeous Sticky Lamb Marinade!
Hullo! So I spent the entire day alternating between nursing my migraine, giving an MA online lecture and preparing other lecture materials because my recordings of last week failed. Hence the migraine — that and the state of the world. Also, there’s the nightly music practice which generally happens when academic work is done (I … Continue reading Chicken Sausage Rolls (Filling)
It’s been a really packed Monday. I’ve been chasing various deadlines, writing an ecofeminist chapter for the Interrogating Folklore and Fairytale in the Anthropocene book that I am co-editing, revising my geocritical article plus listening to/watching a couple of really relevant webinars/forums on indigenous activism/heritage, and another one on Abolitionist Feminist Futures with the great … Continue reading Rose and Cardamom Tea