Often when I’ve had the time to prepare a large cut of meat like the recent whole pork shoulder I rubbed with spices and slow roasted in the oven, I do it with ulterior motives. Like making meatloaf so I can have a sandwich a […]
Oh, the over indulgences of the weekend. New recipes tried and sampled a bit too much. Football season in full gear, so lounging more than we normally might, our comfies donned, windows snapped shut against chilly and unexpectedly damp breezes. Projects stalled while we stay […]
It’s as good an excuse as any to say I still seem to be decompressing from our vacation, slowly coming back to Earth, but not quite willing to sit down and harness my thoughts long enough to write anything.
Thinking it might be motivational, I did spend time in my kitchen dabbling with some traditional flavors of the season, incorporating them into a variety of dishes — including baked goods, casseroles, and soup. Pumpkin and cranberries often took a lead role, and in the case of this moist bread, provided quite a treat with coffee or tea in the morning.
It’s delicious toasted or not, but especially so with a smear of maple cream cheese butter. On the motivation front, written words are elusive, but time to sit and ponder it all just might produce something.
I’m thankful for that.