Like most people this pandemic, I've been trapped inside with only my partner, my thoughts and an Internet connection to keep me together over a long nearly-two years. In some ways, this has been a blessing. Well, not really. But the bottlenecking of life for everyone, instead of just me, has resulted in some fresh … Continue reading CQC: Five Things I Learned From My First Garden Season
Now, don't get me wrong, I love borscht. But borscht is also, well... It's either simple, or it is so strongly dill-y that you might as well have a dill pickle. It's also a little exhausting how few things there ever seem to be to do with beets!
I love stew, and most importantly, I love the versatility of it; stew is one of those recipes where it's hard to mess it up, and easy to modify it to your standards. For this post, I'm going to talk about metemgee, which is a South American/Caribbean dish! More specifically, metemgee is Guyanese fish and … Continue reading Chaos Queer Cooking: Guyanese Metemgee and Duff
Hi all! It's been forever since I did a cooking column and I'm glad to be doing another one. Quick primer for those who are new to Chaos Queer Cooking; I don't give a lot of measurements or ingredient lists, because a lot of these are recipes I come up with on the fly. I … Continue reading Chaos Queer Cooking: Ploughman’s Pickle/Piccalilli/Chutney
Hey folks, welcome back to Chaos Queer Cooking! So, context: I've been eating and making Korean food for a long time. My middle school was around the corner from a little Korean diner-slash-grocery, and everybody there was lovely to me when I wandered in with a mix of curiosity and confusion. It took me a … Continue reading Chaos Queer Cooking: Kimchi-Jjigae for Spoonies