I blog almost every single day, most often about food, and somehow many meals go by without notice. Instead of letting those memories fade to black, I vow to make a last-ditch effort to post alll the orphaned pictures every so often.
Without further ado, here are pictures of food I’ve made or eaten, in [...]
You haven’t missed much around here.
There’s been a lot of work and a little play, and I think Jelly is starting to feel bored.
The most exciting news in his neck of the woods is the arrival of Justin’s new computer mouse. He loves it. It has his feline stamp [...]
The last thing I crave in 90° weather is a hearty soup. But, I made it anyway because it seemed like a better idea than turning on the oven.
In my latest box of Boston Organics produce, I got lots of root veggies and fruit. I didn’t have enough room in my [...]
There is a first time for everything, even Vietnamese pho. I hadn’t tried it at a restaurant before, so Justin’s dad enthusiastically made it for us. He let me peer over his shoulder and photograph all the secrets. So, here I am to share them with you!
First things [...]
I’ve watched enough Travel Channel to know that Anthony Bourdain’s favorite foods in the world often come in a soup bowl. He’s been all over Asia, slurping up noodle soups and making me enviously hungry.
This is where Justin comes in handy. He mastered Ramen noodle preparation in his college days.
Bread dough rising on the oven. Chapel bells ringing in the hills.
Nobody is getting married, but there will be Italian Wedding Soup.
All the guests have arrived: carrots, parsnips, onions, and garlic.
Tiny little meatballs (loaded with parmesan cheese).
The pull-apart bread got all glossed up [...]
Remember the days of summer, ripe with produce, sunshine, and green boxes delivered to your doorstep?
Well, I do. I was reminded last week when my Boston Organics delivery was reinstated after winter hiatus.
Immediately, I was outnumbered in my kitchen. So many hardy vegetables: turnips, sweet potatoes, squash, onions. J suggested [...]
Tomorrow is Judgment Day 2 of 2, as I will take my final final exam and be done with my first semester of graduate school.
Exams are just the worst, aren’t they? I crumble under pressure from them, so thank goodness I only had to worry about two this semester.
I should be studying, or [...]
An impressive assemblage, right?
The hardest part about making a stew: conquering the vegetables. I cleared out most of my crop with this hearty, almost-too-big stew.
Beef and Veggie Veggie and Beef Stew
4 carrots 1 butternut squash 3 shallots 1/2 white onion 2 small zucchini 4 [...]
I have been noticing a trend.
Too many vegetables, too little time. I had to put medal to the metal this past weekend to clear out the crop. On the menu: French onion soup, Zucchini Bread, and Butternut Squash Lasagna.
For lunch, I used up tons of [...]
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