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Cauliflower with Parmesan Sauce; The Wait is almost over — 15 Comments

  1. So it’s still possible for them to get 100% on the tiles;))
    Yes, you should back hoe and I’ll come help . . . we’ll have that barn flat in no time and then we can enjoy this cauliflower and some red wine and the view.
    Can’t wait to see the stone work really revealed!
    Almost peed my pants thinking you have electricity and water and a phone! That’s cruising!

  2. Whoa~ I have been gone way too long…….This is all so exciting! The view from the house is incredible! Quite an undertaking~

  3. Katie, you’re so brave. We are just trying to fix our bathroom and I am seriously considering locking my husband in there and throwing away the key. Maybe I should just go cook myself some cauliflower instead. ps tag

  4. Katie, you’re so brave. We are just trying to fix our bathroom and I am seriously considering locking my husband in there and throwing away the key. Maybe I should just go cook myself some cauliflower instead. ps tag

  5. Oh be still my beating heart!! That cauliflower looks fabulous. If we weren’t about to have beet tops with fennel seed and red onion, along with Puy lentils & sausage, and wild-yeast bread, I’d go out right now to get a cauliflower. Way to go, Katie!
    Maybe while votre marie is tucking into his second helping of the cauliflower, you could slip out to play with the backhoe.

  6. Mon dieu! You remind me of my New Mexico years. Nothing is simple, is it? Except your yummy looking cauliflower dish.
    I’m with Tanna. Jump on that backhoe, I’ll be there with Tanna to help and that trench will be DONE!

  7. I hope that some day Niko and I can do something like this. Sadly he is not very handy and well I can’t do it all and then we fight. Maybe when we get older and no longer have small children or demanding jobs maybe renovating a house would be fun…or at least something to do.
    so I have a question do the two of you like fixing up houses or it this about the only thin available in the area or is it just something to do. Just wondering.

  8. Tanna, yeah, there’s still a chance for 100% – comforting thought!
    Jann, yeah, there have been a few changes….
    Kalyn, it’s running thin at the moment…
    Ah, p.f., it’s the surprises that is going to do us in… Every thing mon mari does reveals something more that has to be done. Maybe you and I should go on holiday… we could take your daughters and my dogs…
    Elizabeth, can I come for dinner at your house?
    Toni, no, nothing is simple, and very little even reasonable!
    Joey, I’m hanging…by my fingertips, some days, but hanging.
    Ruth, I keep trying not to say “What were we thinking”
    Shayne, I’ve been lucky as mon mari is VERY handy. Why do we do it? A number of reasons: he likes to, it’s fun seeing it take shape, you can get some really remarkable deals, and, fixing up houses and selling them gives us enough money to live on… We continually hope!

  9. The cauliflower must be so good. my daughter who has MS says she found a recipe for cauiflower on fettucini
    where it makes the sauce with garlic and parmesan. it’s pureed. A female doctor claims to have cured herself of
    that strange desease consuming 9 CUPS OF VEG a day. Do any of the Baking Babes do a gluten free loaf? We
    haven’t found a good recipe yet.
    Dorothy

  10. The cauliflower must be so good. my daughter who has MS says she found a recipe for cauiflower on fettucini
    where it makes the sauce with garlic and parmesan. it’s pureed. A female doctor claims to have cured herself of
    that strange desease consuming 9 CUPS OF VEG a day. Do any of the Baking Babes do a gluten free loaf? We
    haven’t found a good recipe yet.
    Dorothy

  11. Dorothy, we love cauliflower – I’ll have to try that as a sauce…. sounds delicious. I’ll send info on gluten free.