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Warning, this was weird. It was a brave experiment. I wasn’t sure I’d like it. Even when it looked like a perfectly normal lasagna, I was doubtful. It was a rhubarb lasagna. This is how it came to … Continue reading
Food posts are my way of procrastinating sharing more complicated things. Hopefully you find them just interesting enough to keep checking back in. Next weekend Team Velcokitty Snuggles will be doing the 8 hour Rib Mt. Adventure Race. Not only will it … Continue reading
It’s a combination I would have never considered. Turns out it’s fantastic. My dad sent me this lovely article “The Secrets of Jamie Oliver’s Chicken and Milk” and I had to make ASAP. I actually followed the chicken recipe. My … Continue reading
I successfully hid the fish! Or perhaps balanced the fishiness? I have a long history of mild failure with sardines. They are so healthy and yet I’ve been repulsing the people I live with since my college years. This time … Continue reading
I cooked something new! One only has so much mental energy to tackle new things. These days I’ve been cooking a lot of can’t fail, no-brainer meals. Still, cooking is where I can really get my creative juices flowing. It was … Continue reading
Warning, I measured very little. This is not a recipe, but it was fantastic. May the ingredients ever be in your favor. I got the Vegetarian Flavor Bible for Christmas. When Will looked displeased I said “Ok, name an ingredient.” … Continue reading
‘Tis the season for bad photos of food. It’s dark by the time I get home to make dinner so my typically unattractive food can’t be saved by good lighting. It’s also the season for warm spices and thick sauces.