CarolCooks2…Join me in my kitchen …

I had to reread one of the recipes here twice. Can you guess which one?
One of the ingredients is not what you think.

Retired? No one told me!

It has been a funny old week this week one of those bitty weeks …Do you get those?…

We have had some heavy tropical showers and now I am listening to a lovely drip, drip, drip…yep the ceiling,, Again…If anyone tried water torture on me I would be immune … haha…

Pak Dong…Is Thai pickled cabbage which comes in many forms from just cabbage or cabbage and green onions this week I added some small yellow eggplants…


  • 1 white cabbage. cut or torn into pieces.
  • 8 large spring onions chopped
  • 12-15 sm yellow eggplants halved
  • Coarse Salt.


Pickled cabbage is very easy to do and there are many variations I have seen it with fresh chillies. It can also be made with Chinese cabbage or Pak Choy…Our preference is just plain old white cabbage and spring onions it is quick, easy and very moreish it can be…

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About Patty L. Fletcher

Patty L. Fletcher lives in Kingsport Tennessee where she works full time as a Writer with the goal of bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled. And as a Social Media Promotional Assistant. She is the owner and creator of Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing (Author, Blogger Business Assist), and is the published author of two books, Campbell’s Rambles: How a Seeing Eye Dog Retrieved My Life and Bubba Tails From the Puppy Nursery At The Seeing Eye: Volume One. She can also be found in two anthologies which are, December Awethology Light And A Treasure Chest of Children’s Tales. See her latest book, Pathway to Freedom Broken and Healed: How a Seeing Eye Dog Retrieved My Life Second Edition in eBook and Paperback at: Find it in various accessible formats: See her Facebook business page: Patty loves receiving feedback about her work. So, drop her a line any time at:
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4 Responses to CarolCooks2…Join me in my kitchen …

  1. CarolCooks2 says:

    Thank you so much for the reblog, Patty. I hope you are both well…It has been raining here non stop which means the rainy season has arrived and my ceilings are leaking …Yet again…Just debating whether to go to market 7.47 the is still warm…not cold enough for a cardi…Or whether to drink my Oolong green tea and read…I hope you have a great weekend 🙂 x


    • Patty says:


      I’m listening to motor racing on the radio, having a beer or two, or so, and just enjoying a Friday night.

      King Campbell has finally gone to his crate and flaked out. He was a bit excited at first in the change in routine as I usually lay and read a book in the evenings.

      But, the Nass Car circuit has come to Bristol which is just a bit away from me, and being a local Redneck, I’m listening and enjoying.

      I do like the sport but most times get so caught up in work I’m too tired at the end of the week to indulge.

      This afternoon I took a nap so I could stay up.

      I enjoyed this post and at first when I read about Morning Glories, I must admit I thought you meant the flowers. I had to read that twice. 😊

      I do love your cooking columns.

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      • CarolCooks2 says:

        Thank you, Patty and yes it coukld at first read be interpetated as flowers…Enjoy your motor racing….Haha poor King Cmpbell getting his hopes up but sounds like he soon settled down in the land of nod 🙂 x


      • Patty says:


        I did enjoy the race, and after a while I went into his room to check on him and found him stretched out on a pallet I have for him by the window snoozing.

        I lay down with him and snuggled him a bit listening to the race as I did. When he started to snore in earnest I left him. He slept there all night.

        I dreamed of this article. Dreamed I was cooking.

        It’s the stir fry I want to try. I love chicken livers and never thought of making them like that.

        I make them rolled in seasoned flower or corn mill, I first dip them in a bit of egg, then roll them in my coating, then fry in a bit of oil. I make gravy with them and dip them into the gravy. But your way sounds delicious and much healthier.


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