All the great inventions in the history were accidents, right? Fragile(s) food blog is dedicated for sharing improvised dishes that accidentally turned out to be pretty damn delicious.
All the "recipes" in this blog are rough estimates of the ingredients I happened to put in the pot or whip up together since I had no idea that they would actually be so good before the plates were already scooped empty. Anyhow, I still thought to share the good combinations or techniques I found in case they inspire you to cook something... to that direction!
I love cooking with good, simple ingredients relying on my instincts. My specialty is improvising with the leftovers and the sad, forgotten vegetables of the pantry before heading to the farm.
The first recipe I share in this blog, however, is inspired by the abundance of fresh nettle that covers at least 2 ha of the land at Planchette (yam!!). I threw it in with the very last lemons we brought from our trip to Sicily (we had lemon trees in the garden of our fantastic small house in Lipari island and brought back to France - what, 4 kilos?) and the first wild garden mints that started to push from the ground. The dish also happens to be probably the first one I remembered to take a picture of before it was eaten. I don't understand how real food bloggers can bear the food cooling down while trying to snap the enticing photo before digging in! Anyhow, next time I might try a bit more than just cropping off the biggest stains on the tablecloth ;)
Here is the ingredient list as well as I can recall:
Garden pasta for 2
And in case you wish to check the instructions:
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