- chicken paprikás
- spicy asian greens with baked tofu
- macaroni and cheese with garlic sausage
- beans and tomatoes
- tofu marsala and mashed purple potatoes
Mouhamara is a persian sauce of red peppers, ground walnuts, and pomegranate molasses. At restaurants, I've had a couple variations on it, including a thinner one in which a chicken breast was cooked. Scott and I learned of it from our friend Rania in undergrad; her mother made far and away the best persian food I've ever had including baked and raw kibbe. I make tabbouleh by her recipe quite often (heavy on both mint and lemon).
All amounts are quite variable, these are just a rough guide.
- 2–4 red peppers, raw or roasted/peeled
- ½ cup plain breadcrumbs
- ¾ cup walnuts, chopped fine
- ¼ cup pomegranate molasses
- 1/3 cup tahini
- 3 Tbsp olive oil
- Juice of at least half a lemon
- 1 Tbsp sugar
- ½ tsp salt
- 1 tsp cayenne pepper paste (mix powder with water before adding)
Combine everything in a bowl and mix well. Add some water for a thinner consistency.
an excerpt from my homework:
Here ε denotes the proportion of mutants with a better strategy – that is, one that will yield the Pareto-EES-u* payoff of (3,3). Consider, in turn, each possible matchings of these mutants in the population:
- σ* : σ. A σ*-playing sender meets an attractive receiving σ player at a bar. Still, σ* (sending m1 or m2 depending on type) is no worse than being a σ and sending m3.
- σ : σ*. A σ sender picks up a cute σ*. Back at the σ*'s place, σ says, ``So do you wanna m3?" The σ* receiver happily takes action C. Neither is worse off than if they'd both been σs.
- σ* : σ*. A σ* catches another σ*'s glance across the dance floor. The sender signals his type, and the receiver follows the appropriate σ* action. They end up with (3,3).