Wookiee Hut Cuisine presents:
by SuSu, MaceVindaloo, Diana
But in truth, it wasn't as awful as they'd feared, for by "foraging" Luke often meant using leftovers in the Yavin IV Temple's kitchens. And the students would recreate the dishes Yoda taught Luke, not only to connect to the old master, now long-dead, but also as a sort of secret club. The food seemed horrific and even included textures and looks which could be called snakelike ... but in reality was a divine mix. And you could feel good about using up leftovers which would have gone bad.
Whatever they put into this boggy looking stew/sauce, they served it over spaghetti and tossed it together before plating it. They would grill up any meat they had, or perhaps simply rewarm some leftover roast, and serve it on the side. But really, the dish they nicknamed "SpagBog" was good enough and substantial enough to have on its own for a hearty meal.
(The name of this dish came about when Luke admitted that the "boggy" mixture reminded him of Dagobah!)
Put the cooked pasta into the sauce pot and toss to mix, making sure to bring the "bits" to the top. Put directly onto serving plates. Serves 6.
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