Monday, May 28, 2012
Taking Stock: It's been almost a year since I started blogging about my adventures in eating locally and sustainably, in trying to get my partner to eat things besides just bread and cookies. Since I decided to share my general foodie ramblings and occasional crafty project with the world.
It's been almost a year since I decided that writing SMART goals wasn't actually writing and I actually used to be sort of good at writing--real writing, full of subjective adjectives and sensory details, not clinical report writing (which, to be fair, I am also quite good at, I just don't necessarily see it as a creative outlet).
Sunday, May 6, 2012
I got a lot of great comments last week about how all of you meal plan. And even a couple of recipe suggestions. Here's how my planning went last week (since I failed to post what I cooked), what I picked up at the market in the rain and fog yesterday, what I plan to do with it, and how that Bad Seed Cider was...
Saturday, May 5, 2012
When I was growing up, my mom used to make us a dish called Pasta Primavera. It was some sort of short macaroni, usually shells or radiatore, a bag of "California Blend" frozen veggies, and a bechamel-based cheese sauce. Generally this sauce was made with a combination of American cheese and Parmesan.
And, you know what? I loved it. Begged for it to be made for dinner. Granted, I was kind of a weird kid. Spinach was my favorite food. It was really good though.