Saturday, December 30, 2006

yum, oatmeal

How have gone all my life without trying steel-cut oats? I knew of them, of course and even coveted the great tin they come in. I think I thought, "Oats are oats". Not so, my friend. I used the Alicia Paulson method (sans milk and sugar) and have converted to the best oatmeal ever. I had it for dinner last night and breakfast this morning. It's that good.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

the oatmeal looks great. i have alicia's recipe saved and have been wanting to try it too.

6:20 PM  
Anonymous julie said...

sounds just have to find it in Israel!!!

3:45 AM  
Blogger singne said...

I'd forgotten how much I like having porridge for dinner! Tomorrow ....

3:43 AM  
Blogger Sheri said...

sounds like yum!

where did you get your oats from?

8:24 PM  
Blogger skona said...

shari: i think it's the perfect winter food.
julie: you could probably make it yourself if you can find oat groats and if you have a food processor. steel cut oats are just oat groats that are chopped up a bit.
singne: i like breakfast for dinner too.
sheri: i got them at a nautral food store here in toronto. any decent grocery store should have them. if you are near vancouver, i know famous foods (kingsway and perry st) has'em.

9:56 PM  

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