I’ve mentioned before that I volunteer to pick fruit for the wonderful organization “Not Far From The Tree”. Now that so many people know about it, it’s increasingly difficult to get in on a pick. So I was thrilled to be one of the chosen the other day for sweet cherries.
This year’s cherry trees are absolutely laden, so I knew that I’d come home with more than 12 cherries like that fateful time in 2011….
There are as many recipes for chilaquiles as there are cooks who make them. – SAVEUR Magazine No. 78 (October 2004), 10th Anniversary Issue: “The Joy of Real Food”, Chilaquiles recipe
Over the past few months, we have been re-reading articles from past issues of SAVEUR. And even in the earlier SAVEUR-100s (the issues that I used to find a little dull and empty), the writing and photography are superior to SAVEUR’s recent offerings. I still haven’t written to them to tell them officially that I will not be renewing my subscription. But our decision is already made.
What a shame! We really miss the old SAVEUR.
But don’t let me get sidetracked into whining about that. I’m really here because I’ve also been wandering through our photograph files and realize that I neglected to rave about the chilaquiles we made last June. (continue reading )
Last fall, we planted six cloves of ‘Music’ garlic in various places in the garden. When spring finally arrived, I anxiously watched each spot. And whoohooooo! They all came up! (continue reading )
We are very pleased to welcome to two new BBBabes! They are Judy (Judy’s Gross Eats) and Karen K (Karen’s Kitchen Stories). We’re thrilled that they’ve joined our happy little band.
And plenty of lumps there are: rolled oats, flax seeds, sesame seeds, chopped nuts, sunflower seeds, pepitas, chocolate chips…. What?? Since when does Muesli have chocolate in it? (continue reading )