Millet and lentil soup. With a small side salad and multigrain toasts. Sooo good!
So what is millet? (“köles” in Hungarian)
Although millet is most often associated as the main ingredient in bird seed, it is not just "for the birds."
Creamy like mashed potatoes or fluffy like rice, millet is a delicious grain that can accompany many types of food. As with most grains, millet is available in markets throughout the year.
Millet is tiny in size and round in shape and can be white, gray, yellow or red. The most widely available form of millet found in stores is the hulled variety, although traditional couscous made from cracked millet can also be found.
Millet is a great source of some very important nutrients, including manganese, phosphorus, and magnesium. (Source)
Here are some awesome recipes that involve millet (from Allrecipes).
We had a super-duper time today with the Loved Ones I love the countryside! I even saw some stars tonight—which is a pretty big deal for a city girl like me! The bonfire was GIGANTIC!!!! Loved it! And the scenery was so peaceful, and absolutely gorgeous… …The company was even better. Truly a blast! …And lots, lots, LOTS to eat (nothing that I would recommend), and with that came even more temptation…So I just gave in, and decided to eat everything I could find! Just kidding…….I was good (Pat on the shoulder) Moral of the story: pack your own snackies when you know you’re gonna be away for the day. It will save you lots of calories, and the bonus: no regrets! Got one more item of business to take care of before I go: Word of the day: asperity PRONUNCIATION: (ah-SPER-i-tee) MEANING: noun: Harshness or roughness. I probably smell like a smoked sausage from all the smoke tonight……but I’m waaaaaaay too tired for a shower. Oh well…Good thing TS loves smoked sausages Hope your day was a blast as well. Lights out! It’s past my bedtime. I don’t function properly at this time… especially in another language. God nat!—- this time I’m tucking you in in Danish Ѽ me