Every year, I have a list of culinary delights/challenges that I plan to tackle. And let me be straight with you – headcheese has been on that list for far too many years. With 30 being a big year for me, I decided to add it onto my 30 For 30 List, in hopes that I would put a concerted effort into actually trying it. And I finally did. Continue reading “headcheese”
This past week has brought some exceptional opportunities for me to expand my food horizons, indulge in new experiences and enjoy great company! From Peterborough to Toronto to Keene, it has been a week of culinary delights! Continue reading “a week of culinary delights”
So I’ve shaken things up quite a bit in the past few months, my lovely people, and my life is in a major state of renewal.
And with that comes the neglect of you and my blog that you must be accustomed to. So, to make amends, I’m going to give a little photo update to share with you what has been going on in my crazy world of mine. Continue reading “renewal”
Do you know what I love about making a hash? You can literally throw almost anything into a pan, sauté it up, serve with a poached egg on top, and it’s damn delicious! Potatoes? Yes! Mushrooms? Sure! Green pepper? Why not! Spam? Give it a try! Here’s my version with sausage and sweet potato.
Squash: it kinda reminds you of autumn, doesn’t it? I feel like maybe I should be posting recipes that inspire thoughts of the warmer days ahead. I must admit – I’m tired of winter. I’m ready for long hot days, and air conditioning, and not having to scrape my windshield. But since there are still some wintery days before us, I figured that this was as good time to do a winter squash recipe round-up. That, and I have a lovely little acorn squash looking to be transformed into a plate of deliciousness. Continue reading “for the love of squash – recipe roundup”
Despite spending a lot of time at home – catching up on work, sleep, and keeping a close eye on my dad – I had a surprisingly good week. Here’s a few highlights: Continue reading “One + Four = Life: Local Tourism, Cold Brew, and Happy Mail”