When we lived in the US I could buy turkey tenderloins, ground turkey, turkey sausage, and whole turkeys.
Here I can buy turkey legs (including the thigh), turkey cutlets and whole turkeys – but I can only get the whole turkeys at Christmas. The other … Continue reading.....
This is based on a recipe that I can’t find and only have a vague memory of.
I used to make a chicken and cabbage skillet dinner when we lived in the US. I remember that it was pink and that we loved it. The … Continue reading.....
We’ve been having thunderstorms lately.
Thunderstorms means no computer, no internet and no phone.
With thunderstorms often there is heavy rain.
Heavy rain means no TV reception.
It seemed like a good time to look at cookbooks.
I have a lot of ‘little’ cookbooks that … Continue reading.....
This is what the top of the stairs looked like before I left.
It was full of dirt and dust and years of filth.
This is what it looked like when I came home.
Well done, mon mari!
Of course, since my desk / … Continue reading.....
I forgot about my wandering butternut squash….
I had three of them from the same plant.
In other harvest news….
I have one pomegranate.
I’d better start making plans…..
The weather has been gorgeous so we’ve been working outside, getting ready for winter.… Continue reading.....
Chicken Breasts Balsamic
We got our windows in….
Sorry, already did that post.
My new oven caught on fire…
Sorry, did that one, too.
Now that the windows are in we can move stuff out of the center of the rooms – which means I … Continue reading.....