“We should learn to love an ecologically diverse lawn”
It’s as if time has stopped.
They are quite eggquisite, wouldn’t you agree?
This subject is controversial. I am not telling any of you what you should or should not do. You will come to those truths as they are revealed to you.
I needed to do something to say I love you without saying “I love you”.
In its essence it is simple. The ingredients don’t require hours of preparation. Yet, the care needed to produce a Tokyo-worthy bowl is to be admired.
Bright and fresh. Hearty and savory. These seem almost contradictory but they somehow manage to come together in this delicious winter-into-spring stew.
I cannot resist the combination of milk and honey.
The menu for our date night last week were these rustic wild yeast paninis with herb and parmesan fries. It did not disappoint!
If you’re craving a good hot soup that works perfect on a weeknight, this is it.
As previously blogged on “To yeast, or not to yeast …” An introduction to bread. I am on a bread making journey. Not just any ordinary bread – but organic bread using wild yeast cultures.
Happy birthday to me! Happy birthday to me! I have lived 9855 days today.