This is a genuine journal entry from a very perplexing experience I had some time last year. It is unedited. These are hard words, but they are honest words. They are words that spilled out as I processed something that was too big for me to understand. Even now, I do not fully understand. But […]
I made a Spanish omelette (Spanish tortilla) this afternoon. My dear friends, this is what potatoes and eggs and olive oil were made for. I used this recipe from Spanish Food World. http://www.spanishfoodworld.com/spanish-omelette-0/ Just do what he says, and it will work out perfectly. I steamed my potatoes for ten minutes instead of sauteeing them […]
Daydreaming and Obedience Allow Him to be the source of all your dreams, joys, and delights, and be careful to go and obey what He has said… Excellent thoughts here from Oswald Chambers, worth a read.
So I found someone else who also likes to butcher her own whole chickens, except that she does a much more polished job than I can (yet). Go have a look!
Look at what I found! 😀 Food blog search Food-google Foogle? 😀
I made such an awful mess when I made Broccoli Pesto. Oh my. The recipe called for one teaspoon of lemon zest and one tablespoon of lemon juice. I had a fully zested lemon, a little pile of lemon zest, and a little bowl of fresh lemon juice leftover! That lemon wasn’t going to last […]
This… and this… makes this! I used wholewheat fusilli with my broccoli pesto. It was lovely. It tasted even better the second day for some reason. I found the recipe on Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food video series by Sarah Carey. One more recipe for my “Pinned there, done that” board 😉
It was a stormy day, the kind of stormy day that sends you shaking under the duvet at two o’clock in the afternoon, fully clothed in jeans and wooly scarf. The kind of stormy day that makes you reach for the smallest suggestions of warmth and protection, and makes a twenty three year old feel […]
In my quest to increase my repertoire of kitchen skills and experience, I am finding equal measures of satisfaction and challenge. I find my curiosity kindled and my interest growing with each step. This fuels a sort of work ethic so that it does not ever feel like work. I love being in my kitchen, […]
Ease is the enemy of the woman who really wants to fall in love with God. Because falling in love with God happens in the mess, always in the mess. Sara Hagerty at Every Bitter Thing is Sweet