RePoWriMo

Refrigerator Poetry Writing Month, every April. But Magnetic Poetry can be composed any time of year!

Stir-fried Radishes and Swiss chard (WHB #437)

Saturday, June 14th, 2014

summary: stir-fried greens with radishes; magnetic poetry for spring: magnetic poetry; today’s poem; information on radishes and radish greens and WHB; (click on images for larger views and more photos) Weekend Herb Blogging (WHB)#437 Radish (Raphanus sativus) I can’t believe I forgot about Magnetic Poetry! I love this time of year! We were riding our […] Continue reading »

Garlic Bread – with lots and lots of garlic (BBB April 2011)

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

summary: recipe for Dan’s Garlic Bread with lots and lots of garlic; information about Bread Baking Babes and YeastSpotting; more magnetic poetry for spring: RePoWriMo; today’s poem; (click on image(s) to see larger view and more photos) Bread Baking Babes (BBB) April 2011 Remember when I said last month that the Babes seem harmless? Well, […] Continue reading »

Should I bother with rich snippets?

Monday, April 11th, 2011

summary: rich snippets for google recipes; more magnetic poetry for spring: RePoWriMo; today’s poem; apple pie recipes; (click on image for larger view) Katie (Thyme for Cooking) is the most recent food blogger I’ve noticed who has commented on the new Google Recipe View. And after I had drooled over Katie’s Pan Fried Salmon with […] Continue reading »

We make the best coffee!

Saturday, April 9th, 2011

summary: a manual crank burr grinder does make a difference; how much tamping is necessary; more magnetic poetry for spring: RePoWriMo; today’s poem; (click on image for larger view) When I say “we”, of course I mean “Vesuviana” and “Zassenhaus” make the best coffee…. We used to think that grinding the coffee with a regular […] Continue reading »

what to do with left over kale chips

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

summary: kale quiche; more magnetic poetry for spring: RePoWriMo; today’s poem; (click on image for larger view) The kale chips were novel. But once the novelty wore off, we were very quickly tired of them on their own. They were just a little too much like vegetables. Don’t get me wrong. I love vegetables! But […] Continue reading »

Next Page »