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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
‘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.
This is more flavorful than it looks. It’s perfect for hot weather because even when eaten cold it packs a flavor punch without being creamy or tomato-y. It feels like a substantial meal, not like a salad. Yet it also … Continue reading
Sometimes I’d rather be lazy and stop cooking. I’d get by on take out, and frozen dinners, and chips and salsa, and ice cream. I don’t want to stand in the kitchen. I’m tired and busy – with work and … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I blogged. I’ve been busy. We’re all busy. I’m not half as busy as many women out there. I’ll make my excuses anyway. There was an indoor triathlon which I was the race director. Then … Continue reading
When I was a young girl some parent at my school asked me what I ate for breakfast. He was curious because my dad was the incredibly fit cross-country running and track coach. I was a successful competitive swimmer. He … Continue reading
The first time I made this I was looking to make my life harder or maybe just more interesting. It called for purchased mango chutney and instead I made my own. Another time I made my own curry paste. It … Continue reading
We’re moving towards spring. Not quite there yet. After the previous week’s glut of heavy rich foods I wanted something lighter but still substantial. Highs in the 40’s does feel down right balmy, but let’s not kid ourselves. I’ll break … Continue reading