Reminiscing through old drafts. I don’t even remember this dish but damn it sounds delicious. We need to eat more fish.
Good Food Hunting 2.0
TL;DR: I haven’t posted here in 10 years. A lot has changed. Since COVID-19 busted up our lives, I’ve been spinning mindless along like the hamster in his cage. I recently realized that I had to get back to writing about things that interest me to find my way and save me from myself. So,… Continue reading Good Food Hunting 2.0
Red Quinoa Pilaf
Red Quinoa Pilaf, a rif from this recipe at Food52. I used red quinoa, sauteed 1/4 onion (chopped) first. Regular lemon instead of a Meyer lemon and feta cheese. I also used truffle oil instead of walnut oil. I was not clear on Chris’s opinion as he initially said ‘this is different.’ Then… Continue reading Red Quinoa Pilaf
Butternut Squash Soup with Sage-Gouda Baguette
From Giada De Laurentiis’ newest cookbook, Giada at Home: Family Recipes from Italy and California (Amazon link), I made this butternut squash soup tonight. Its been snowing and blowing all day, so this seemed like a great choice for such a gloomy, read a good book in bed all day, kind of day. Unfortunately, I… Continue reading Butternut Squash Soup with Sage-Gouda Baguette
First, I made some cheese scones with extra sharp cheddar cheese. We just snacked on those earlier in the day, along with some crackers and fancy salame made with wine. About 2:30 pm, I put an 11-pound turkey in the oven. But first, I rubbed butter mixed with rosemary and garlic in to the skin.… Continue reading Thanksgiving 2010