Last week, Wiley and I found a cookbook called Bosnian Cook that has lots of Bosnian recipes. Today, we tried to make moussaka. There were a couple different versions in the cookbook, and while I like the book, sometimes a few things are left out. For example, in one recipe for moussaka, it said to bake the dish for 10 minutes, but in another recipe for moussaka, it didn't mention it at all. So we kinda took the info from both recipes and tried to make it. For our version, we had potatoes, onions, red peppers, tomatoes, and something called kajmak (kie-mack), which we think is basically sour cream, but they want it to have the consistency of ricotta cheese, I think. Anyway, this is what we ended up with:
Looks tasty, eh? Not too shabby, but next time, we need more and bigger potatoes. And we've decided to cook some more American food, like lasagna or my fettucine alfredo, instead of just pasta with whatever sauce. It gets a little old, and I haven't been here long enough for things to get old!!