How many is too many? I both love and don’t love them. And I may need to add another to the ranks.
Sometimes, love is measured with a cranky waffle iron.
. When someone is facing a challenge, we send them, in whatever words we individually wrap around them, our support. We focus energy outward for the benefit of someone else. And sometimes, that someone perceives it and it provides a however-brief respite from their troubles.
Every September, I inventory the jars in my basement to ensure that there are enough get La Famiglia through the crappy-tomato-months of winter. And no matter what the total, I’m never convinced it’s actually enough.
So, this recipe is a riff on a Dutch Baby pancakes. But my house has more frozen blueberries than apples right now, and blueberry season isn’t *that* far away, so here’s where we find ourselves. These blueberries came from my friend Sarah’s parents’ farm. They’re so good that I got a flat of them and […]
It’s Live From Fast and Abstinance Friday! I know, a salad seems like a bit of a side-step on a *recipe*. Especially a chopped salad (Method: Chop things, pour on some dressing, done). But this has been a week. Gentleman Associate and I are now both working from home (for which I am very, very […]
As we’re in self-imposed quarantine, and we want to avoid wandering around in the (potential) contagion zone, it’s time to do a Use What Ya Got vegetarian meal for Fast and Abstinence Friday
It’s Fast and Abstinence Friday again, so time to bust out one of my favourite vegetarian recipes. I cannot stress enough how easy and how delicious this is. Once again, I struggle with the “denial” part because this is just so supremely good. And it’s leafy greens. You’re totally supposed to eat leafy greens. And… […]
I didn’t actually eat meat. But it tasted like meat, and it has a good mouth-feel like real meat, so did I actually do the spirit of the exercise?
It’s Fat Thursday. You should probably fortify with a pączki for the journey. And then buckle in; we’re preparing the way.