It's been another week of quarantining and yes, I'm still cooking. This week, my husband looked at the meal plan and asked me very nicely not to change anything about it. I, of course, did, but only with one dinner, and it was a huge hit. Thursday (1/14) - We started the day with poached … Continue reading Quarantine Week 42
So after much debate on how to handle pandemic style Thanksgiving, I decided the husband and I would have our own little Thanksgiving feast. He suggested we do a virtual online pop-in for any friends and family who wanted to join. We set up a Google meet session to run from 4pm-8pm. We set up … Continue reading Thanksgiving Dinner Part 2 – the Main Event
My journey with bread baking continues to be fascinating. I've had some failures. I've had some successes. I've had a lot of fun along the way and I feel confident enough to try this crazy thing.
I'm still trying to keep our meals varied and interesting in quarantine. Secretly, the cooking is the key to my sanity as well.
As we continue our lives in quarantine or what our state calls a stay in place order, I am finding new and creative ways to explore my love of cooking.
Everyone is suddenly making bread in this havoc. I've been baking for years, but never made regular loaf bread. But I found some rye so when in Rome...
I love cabbage and Iove refining favorite recipes. Bieroks are a family favorite, which I have modified over the years and even adapted for a vegan version.