Somewhere in the vast universe of cooking videos, I watched Jacques Pepin create 3 vegetable salads. I was riveted as I always am when watching this great man cook. But here was the shocker: the third recipe he demonstrated in the video was a Cream Dressing that his mother used to make. While making […]
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Learning the intricacies of RV systems has been good for our brains. 3-week vacation coming to a close. End of the days after parking are always the best. (See photo re: Lake Marion) Lots of time to contemplate recipes ahead while Roy is driving on I95 and not much navigation required by the nervous navigator. […]
Lake Jordan State Park is a beautifully wooded, spacious camping location for staying 4 nites. No wonder it’s so popular—senior rate for site with electric/water is $27.00. So lest anyone think that RV’ing does not include daily exercise, I report our 3.5 mile walks the last 2 days and a photo of Roy’s inventive use […]
First: Saute onions until brownish. Second: Skillet roast 2 fresh broccoli crowns. Combine with onions.Cool. Yes, I used pre-made pie crust with my proven trick: Roll crust, fit into deep dish Pyrex, place in freezer for 10 minutes. Preheat oven to 375 F.. Bake slightly frozen crust for about 8-10 minutes, until slightly brown (no […]
This time we did not visit Butchart Gardens butchartgardens.com instead we spent a lot of time walking unique city neighborhoods, like China Town, Beacon Hill Park, Bastion Square, Tyrone Alley, Bay Center, unique Uptown Mall, Oak Village,Sidney by the Sea, and several residential sea shores. Lovely, lovely, lovely including lots of restaurants along the way.
Thanks Marcie for the recommend! We enjoyed our evening at the Fredericksburg Herb Farm. Hostess passed out cards to guess the number of Easter Eggs around the front fountain—such fun. We had forgotten it was Easter weekend. Could not get a room at the Sunday House which are little cottages on the grounds (name based […]
Relaxing with vegetable-loving friends…and wine. YES!! Fabulous bookstore, Page and Palette. www.pageandpalette.com/bookstore This third-generation family-owned bookstore has been a Fairhope landmark for over 40 years.
Left empty house and full storage unit today. Exhausted from the big push, especially sleeping on camping mats on floor for 3 nites after beds were moved. But we made it to Tallahassee for tonite. Nap and Frozen Veggie dinner—Hotel microwaves are wonderful!! https://www.amys.com/our-foods
Introducing truly unique cauliflower—roast in hot oven with pineapple and taco seasoning (scratch, of course). Fill a crunchy shell, top with shredded cheese and guacamole—Wow!! Will you miss the meat? Cauli Florettes
An open-faced tart in France is called a Galette, in Italy, a Crostata, in the United States we call them a Rustic Country Tart. Whatever you call it, this one is delicious. Scratch cornmeal pie crust, thin raw cauliflower slices, diced sopressata, chopped red onion, grated Italian Fontina cheese, fresh basil, olive oil and kosher […]