A person gets a hankering to eat someplace with storebought food occasionally, and if he does he can figure on getting a salt-load worthy of the Morton Girl. Here in Olathe there’s a Chinese joint named the Iron Horse tries to breach the pattern, might even succeed except for the taste. It’s not great, but they’ll swear there’s no added salt and no wossname monosodium glutamate.
But I gradually am coming to think I can’t afford to eat in food joints, and that they can’t make as good an Asian food as I can, and I know how much salt is in it. Without having to listen and feel around for spots in front of my eyes or blind staggers. Maybe if Chinese steel weren’t so lousy I’d be more prone to believe what’s said about the contents of food items.
Anyway, I was leading up to saying I made up the most toothsome stir-fry curry dish without any salt at all last night, with steamed rice. Gave Jeanne a taste before dumping it onto the rice. A look of delight crossed her face briefly before she gasped, “Wow!” and ran for something to drink.
She’s of the opinion that all my years of loving habenero and other seasonings have left me bereft of taste buds. Claimed she could feel that spoonful burning it’s way all the way down her goozle.
Being the best no-sodium Asian chef in Christiandom’s fairly nice, but I can’t find anyone else who can eat my creations.
More for you then. ~(*_*)~~
Tess: Depending on what gets left over. Gracias, J
My friend gave me some of his homemade Habanero sauce. Wow!! It is so hot I am surprised it hasn’t eaten through the glass bottles!!
DizzyDick: Don’t give up keeping an eye on it. Might happen yet. Gracias, J
Traditional Thai “fried rice” and stir fry dishes often contain plenty of heat. They make your scalp sweat. 🙂
Hi swabby: no harm in a bit of scalp sweating. J
It is the curry, Jules, the curry. Burns like crazy if it has much in the dish. Love home made Chinese food. Made Chop Suey lately. Sure enjoyed it both times. I hadn’t made any in many years. It was delightful. Still, if you hankering for a good taco it is a poor second. Blessings, Mary
Mary: A good taco would be a fine avenue of approach to my last hours on this planet. I hope I’ll remember and anticipate accurately. Graqcias, J