(Cabbage Leaves Stuffed with Giggly Peas)
It has bothered me for quite some time that here we are, blogging away in foodieland,not just feeding ourselves and families (too much in my case), but arranging food, photographing it, celebrating it as an art form, and virtually sharing it and our food-related verbosity, when out there – in the real world – people are still dying of starvation. According to Wikipedia, there was an increase of 80 million since 1990, despite the fact that the world already produces enough food to feed everyone - 6 billion people - and could feed double . Every second, 1 person dies as a result of hunger, which accounts for a staggering 58 % of all deaths. Every 5 seconds, 1 child dies as a result of hunger - 60% of all child deaths.
(I'll let you digest that for a moment)
So, I was more than pleased when I stumbled over an organisation called Bloggeraid.
Well, the call was for an original recipe, maybe inspired by your home country. I am originally from
Unaware of the ingredients (oh, you have to be so crafty with teenagers sometimes...), he rated them as ‘very good’, something I have never achieved with a Vegetarian dish before!
This is all I am going to say about the recipe at this point. If you want to know exactly how it is done, you will have to wait for the cook book.
PS: Thank you to Angela who reminded me only recently that chickpeas are funny in German, on Lola's site.