One of the things my husband will tell you I ask him is whether he’s had anything green during the day. He’s fairly patient with this interrogation because he’s intelligent and knows that ultimately, regardless of what he eats, there have to be vegetables in […]
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I’m at that place I’m so familiar with–the place where it seems as if I’m floating on a river lazily making its way to a point in the distance. I could swim and get to wherever there is more quickly, or I can do what […]
About this time last year, I was editing the nearly 800 photographs I took while on vacation in Italy and as much as I can say that I enjoyed reviewing our trip in front of my Mac, one photo in particular stood out. It was taken the first day we were in Rome from the kitchen window of the apartment we rented. We’d visited the farmer’s market in the Campo di Fiori directly after arriving because I swore I was going to cook on vacation. The market was near closing time so the vendors were busy packing up their product when we arrived rushing to gather the ingredients for our dinner. Of all the items still displayed, the tomatoes caught my eye. Red, plump, shiny tomatoes. I recognized their shape as something I’d only seen on the label of cans in select stores until that time. More elongated than a Roma, definitely thinner in the center, and a deep, deep red. I knew they were San Marzanos, so of course I had to buy some for our pasta that evening.
Time has just flown by lately and with it, my opportunities to not only write as much as I have, but cook the way I’ve always enjoyed cooking — experimenting with new recipes. Since coming back from Mexico, I’ve been mulling over an opportunity that […]
What a completely exhausting weekend. Fun, but butt whoopin’ exhausting. It’s all my fault. I should know by now when the alarms go off several days in a row (in my head) that I need to NOT do what I’ve planned to do. Especially with […]