I know what you’re thinking…
..but I haven’t taken to my husband’s head with a meat cleaver.
Being time-poor, I don’t cook much, but when I do, I like to try something new and recently attempted this MiNDFOOD recipe.
The problem is that the whole tap-the-pomegranate-skin-with-a-wooden-spoon-and-the-seeds-will-just-fall-out trick didn’t work so well. Hence the pomegranate bloodbath.
For more entries to last week’s photo challenge, see The Daily Post.
Hofrrible. HILARIOUS ! 🙂
Horrible, indeed, M-R 😀
Love your sense of humour, BB 😀 Initially I really thought that was meat until I read your words. I hope the lamb pomegranate turned out well. Sounds like a fancy dish.
Haha – thanks, Mabel. It was quite delicious, but I’m not in a hurry to cook with pomegranate seeds again 😀
So glad you explained that bloodbath #eek hahahaha
😀 Gruesome, haha
What a bloody mess ~> pomegranates are NOT a user friendly fruit!
Exactly! Clearly they’re not keen to be eaten. 🙂
I love the gruesome photo! Here’s a way to get the seeds: cut the pomegranate in quarters. Immerse them in a large bowl of water and gently massage them with your hands so the seeds pop out. The seeds sink and the other stuff floats, so you can skim it off. Drain and save seeds. 🙂
Now that sounds sensible. I shall give it a try. Thanks, Cynthia. 😄
Ha…tried the trick before with the same results. 🙂 Oh and those stains are really hard to get out.
Nature’s way of saying, “Don’t touch!” 😀
Hahaha! A massacre that is perfect for the Photo Challenge, Broken. 🙂
It almost put me off my cooking 😀 Thanks, Dor.
Hehehe … decidedly bloody!
It gets gruesome when I’m cooking. 🙂
Couldn’t finish reading your post for laughing at your opener! Hilarious!
It’s carnage in my kitchen. 😀
Haaaaa – pomegranate massacre! I love it 😀
It’s very therapeutic 😀
I must say I was thinking more along the lines that someone had taken a meat cleaver to a bunch veal bones.
Haha – it certainly looked that way after I’d finished.