Sublime Blood Tomato, Red Rice and Wadden Sea Mussel soup

A recipe of WTMC publications 2011 – 2016

Sublime[1] Blood Tomato, Red Rice and Wadden Sea Mussel soup


Sublime Blood Tomato, Red Rice and Wadden Sea Mussel soup


A recipe of WTMC publications 2011 – 2016

Anna Harris

“Recipes may be linked with the impulse to rule, hierarchise and differentiate …. Recipes are lists, at least in part”[2]

Nutrition[3],[4]

  • Seeds from the east, seeds from the west[52] (or other omega-3[53])
  • Blooming flowers[54]

New Directions[55],[56],[57],[58],[59] (or Making and Doing[60])

First[61],[62],[63], harvest[64] the tomatoes or go to the market[65],[66],[67],[68]. Lay[69] tomatoes on bench and disentangle[70]. Unpack[71] case[72] of mussels, listening[73],[74],[75],[76],[77],[78] for sounds[79],[80] of the sea[81]. Test[82] for indicators[83],[84],[85] of bad[86] mussels, avoiding[87],[88] waste[89]. Sort things out[90]. Press[91] tomatoes, with care[92],[93],[94],[95],[96],[97],[98],[99],[100],[101],[102],[103],[104],[105],[106],[107], until weeping[108]. Immerse[109] in cold[110] water[111]. Make mussels, avoiding[112],[113] breaking[114],[115] shells[116], until without uncertainty[117] and doubt[118],[119],[120] the mussels open[121]. Wait[122] for rice transition[123],[124],[125],[126],[127],[128],[129],[130],[131],[132],[133]. Turn[134],[135] and mix[136] tomatoes, rice, mussels and water using Q methodology[137] (see YouTube[138]). You need to bond[139] all bio-objects[140]. Assess expectations[141], balancing[142] and adjusting[143] for the taste and smell of globalisation[144]. Arrange[145] seeds and flowers in centre[146]. Mind your plate[147]. Lekker[148]!


 

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