It’s raining here today, so I’m as subdued as the grey skies. After two mornings of very early morning walks as I attempt to get back into the “I, too, can be fit!” swing of things, I’m content to sit in the quiet sipping my […]
Here’s what you do on a Saturday morning when you’re home alone and want to wallow in catching up on reading food blogs you have been sorely neglectful of. (All cooking and posting makes Kelly a very rude blogger indeed.)
You make your much needed giant cup of caffeine (Starbucks Italian Roast, thank you, with some warm milk and a spoon full of sugar, please?) and hunker down at your beloved Mac to get busy.
It looks to be a long, but very pleasant morning, so clearly, sustenance will be in order, yes? Something tasty, not too hard on the girth maintenance, and easy. You know, like take it out of the fridge and heat it up easy?
We had this for dinner a couple of nights ago, and it’s one of those recipes that improves with age. Definitely perfect for me today. Now, how to avoid Twittering while I’m reading through my favorite blogs. So many bright and shiny things to distract me today…Must. Keep. Reading…
I’m looking for tonight’s dinner then going to Whole Foods to do what my oldest son, an employee, says is completely possible — fill my basket for $40. It isn’t that I don’t believe him, but I get over there and want all the unique and different products my other 17 markets don’t have.
Where was I? Reading blogs and enjoying my morning cuppa with a nice slice of my version of a Spanish Tortilla. No, it’s not a flat wheat or corn disk that one makes tacos with. Instead, it’s a traditional way to prepare potatoes by cooking them in hot oil without actually frying them, and then layering them in a pan to cook with eggs.
Although I’ve prepared the potatoes and eggs in the traditional way, I’ve included vegetables and some cheese from my fridge. This is a perfect way to make something easy, and include those odds and ends I know you have if your fridge is like mine. Plus it gives me some much needed practice time with my mandoline which makes such beautiful slices. Now, how to remember not to purchase humongous potatoes so they fit in the hand guard thingy…
All month long, I had a sense of peace just knowing I’d be making the bread that Tanna of My Kitchen In Half Cups tasked The Daring Bakers with for the month of November. Mmmm…just the idea of being able to make something with no […]