The twins love salmon. I mean, like, order them each an adult sized portion of fish for dinner because they’ll eat it all. I try to incorporate fish into the weekly menu at least once, hopefully twice. I like buying … Continue reading
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*WHY* did I think it was a good idea to make Jello??
Yesterday I was on a rampage. I was tearing through the house yelling and cleaning – all at the same time. You ever get like that? Where NOTHING is tidy and EVERYTHING is in. the. wrong. place!!! In the midsts … Continue reading
Forget it. You won’t like these. Nuh Uh. Not ONE bit.
Two Words: HOMEMADE. MARSHMALLOWS. E and I both agree that you won’t like these. Not one bit. Nope. Nuh uh. This morning, while the babies took their nap, E and I decided to make marshmallows. We thought they’d be … Continue reading
Doin’ the Candy Dance
Two days ago C asked me if I’d ever candied ginger before. “Um,” I replied, “I’ve eaten candied ginger….Does that count?” And so the quest for candied ginger recipes began. Can you guess who came to the rescue? None other than … Continue reading
Last night I made a big pot o’ beans. All day long I soaked a pound of dried Cranberry Beans in a big bowl of water, changing the water out twice. Then I dumped the drained beans into a stew … Continue reading
I shouldn’t have added the Shiitakes….
*sigh* It seemed like a good idea at the time. Seriously. It did. I.Was.Wrong. Since I had this surplus of sour cream on hand – and I needed to use it up ASAP – I, well, I decided to tackle the Mushroom … Continue reading
Maple Dijon Vina-wha??
I was gonna write this whole big long lengthy lecture about Rutabagas and the Beef Stew I made for dinner last night. Instead: Here are quick photos. Maybe next time I’ll give more details. 1) The Rutabaga Gallery. Aren’t they just … Continue reading
I boiled Peanuts
I know, you’re like Whaa?? Yup. I know, it’s totally easy to go and buy a thingie of peanuts from, like ANYWHERE, but I was reading Marcus Samuelson’s cookbook – which is awesome by the way – and I came across … Continue reading