Lentil Plato and Courgettes

individual portion

70g Puy Lentils, cooked 20min
40g roasted chopped Hazelnuts
1 Albumen lightly whisked
15ml Sunflower Oil
550g Courgettes, cut into medium long chunks
30g basil roughly sliced
1 clove garlic finely chopped
30g Table Cheese

Preheated oven to 180°C

PLATO (20min)
Prepared Plato by mixing the first three ingredients
Made a small circle of the Plato on 20cm tin lined with parchment paper
Baked 20min

COURGETTES (20min)
In medium large frypan fried the Courgettes in 10ml Sunflower Oil for 20min
5min before the end added 5ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and let the garlic blond in this before stirring into the Courgettes
1min before the end stirred in the basil
At the end of cooking put the Cheese on top

complete protein 20.6g
saturated fats 9.7g
uncompleted legume protein 9.2g

Tue 21.01 – Mon 27.01 (tbc)

TUE 21
Lentils, Hazelnuts, Albumen
Courgettes, basil, garlic
Table Cheese

WED 22
Lentils, Almonds, Albumen
Choi Sum, Carrots, garlic, ginger
Philadelphia Light

THU 23
Kidney Beans, Peanut Butter, Albumen, pepper
Tomatoes, onion, mixed herbs, Fennel, fennel seed
Cheddar Cheese

FRI 24
Red Lentils, Peanut Butter
Broccoli, Fennel, Onion, Carrot, bay leaf, nutmeg, pepper
Bread

SAT 25
Kidney Beans, Peanut Butter
Kale, Onion, garlic, chilli, mixed herbs
Albumen

SUN 26
Butter Beans, Almonds, almond extract
Carrots, ginger
Filo, Chestnuts, nutmeg, pepper, cinnamon, Table Cheese

MON 27
Butter Beans, Hazelnuts, Albumen, pepper
Celeriac, celery seed, Mushrooms, dry mushrooms, lemon, garlic, sage
Philadelphia Light

W 247 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.2 Raw Umber (unused)
n.7 Jadeite Genuine
n.10 Burnt Umber
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

additional exercise using all materials above
guided with where to apply the paint and when to stop

n.2 know God is everything, God abides with those who care for Him, here meaning everything,
careful application of the paint
Raw Umber, shadows, duplication
brown is dark yellow and this one is greenish
these colours could be the typical colours of trees
n.7 work carefully again, every second is a pot of gold in Jadeite joy
God moved mountains and filled seas to create a beautiful world
for every part of it, if it is mixed with n.2 above, Raw Umber which makes the shadows
as will the Burnt Umber
but it is the shadows that have the yellow for the pot of gold
n.10 value everything but not too much
while writing, two bright green parakeets sat on a bare branch of cherry, with their tails crossing, forming a kind of heart shape with two tails, one carefully lifted around so they were no longer in that shape, but side by side
this could influence the image
the colours are about right and it speaks of enjoying the moment without trying to hold on to it, when it is joy
God’s comforts where my heart can feel at home
to represent comfort I had thought perhaps a fort, like one I used to play with in childhood, cowboys and Indians, the trees are like the fortresses for birds, their homes where they can find safety
green feather comes to mind
similar shape to the bare branches of trees but green
the pot of gold ought to be in Raw Umber most like yellow
Burnt Umber is also yellow but more red
no
or the other way around
keeping Raw Umber very dark to make a shadow and Burnt Umber very light to make a warm light perhaps
the shapes are both strong like fort and airy like branches of trees and feathers
Raw Umber uses a thinner brush so the shadows are not thick
perhaps the pot of gold is in the negative space, the light areas
where dark shadows are withheld perhaps
like superimposed images
the structure is green joy, Jadeite
the rest is light and shade perhaps
the structure being perhaps bare tree stems or branches but in green perhaps like feathers of parakeets

some photos of the cherry, with pigeon in lieu of parakeets and one parakeet perched up high