Curried Beef in Tomatoes and Onions

I marinated the beef starting a day or two ago. I’ll have to check and see if I mentioned what I put in it. Nope, I didn’t, so I’ll do it now.

Beef, enough for two meals for two people, cubed. What, about a cup and a half? Something like that.

1/4 cup coconut toddy vinegar

2 tablespoons coconut oil

1 1/2 teaspoons curry powder

1 teaspoon chili powder

2 teaspoons red pepper flakes – mixed together and marinated for a day or two, then cooked with:

2 tomatoes, diced

3 Bombay onions, diced

2 tablespoons coconut oil

1 teaspoon salt


Fahim even compliments me on this one. Well, I have mentioned to him several times that I’d like some kind of feedback. If it’s good, let me know, if it’s not, let me know. Otherwise, I’ll cook what I like and you hate, and you’ll have no reason to complain. Okay, I didn’t word it quite that way, but that was the intent behind it.

Served with vegetable curry and pink rice.

We had the last of the Fruit and Nut ice cream for dessert – and because it was the last serving, Fahim decides to save himself dishwashing time (I cook, he cleans up after – I think it’s fair, and Fahim likes it, too.) and brings two spoons and the ice cream bucket. Yeah, okay, he’s male. He can get away with this.

We hear a noise outside and Fahim runs to the window. It’s the monkey guy, he says. We don’t want to take a picture so that the guy notices – if we do, he’ll try to entertain us and will expect money. We don’t want that. So Fahim waits until he’s further away and won’t notice us. Hence the picture of the guy from the back. You’ll notice the monkey following him on the leash to the man’s rear right.

There are cows on the road. Yes, I’ve mentioned this several times before. Here, cows wander the streets like cheap hookers. Here they are eating the grass on the other side of our wall. and across the street (a word I use very loosely here) from us.

And today, I finished reading The Heritage of Hastur and started reading The Keeper’s Price.

It’s been a very full day.

Author: LMAshton

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