I’m Not Dead…

…although by my lack of posting, it may seem like it. I’ve gone back to college, and I’m taking 3 science courses this quarter that are kicking my butt. I have little time to eat, let alone cook. Luckily, I have a wonderful husband who during his unemployment has become quite an accomplished cook. He […]

July 2009 Roundup

In savory recipes, Eggplant Penne Pasta from $5 Dinners, Zucchini Fritters from A Delighted Foodie, Roasted Cauliflower Risotto from A Series of Kitchen Experiments, Fried Squash from A Southern Grace, Stacked Ratatatouille from A Veggie Venture, Crockpot Sauerbraten and Potato and Green Bean Salad with Dill Pesto from A Year from Oak Cottage, Creamy Tortellini […]

Farm Fresh and Local Produce 8/26/09

I usually don’t hit mid-week markets, but after tasting the fabulousness that was the Paul Robeson tomatoes from Wayward Seed Farm the past weekend, I headed out in hopes of scoring some more without having to wait until Saturday. I’ve got to say that I’m really thrilled with the Wednesday Dublin Community Farmer’s Market. It’s […]

Farm Fresh and Local Produce 8/22/09

I’ve got to admit, I’m getting a little bit wistful looking at pictures of produce from August. The weather has taken a definite turn toward cold, and this is just a reminder of a time when veggies were in their peak. I think the first sign of the coming fall, even back then, was the […]

June 2009 Roundup

Wow, looking back, this is the first time I’ve posted since classes started a few weeks ago. I’ve been having a hard time finding balance or time to do anything outside of school, so my posting may be a bit sporadic. Bear with me, and I’ll post as much as possible, especially doing so during […]