Sweet potatoes are not a reliable vegetable where I live.
One never knows what color they will be – inside or outside. Not that it makes a difference…..
But one can never rely on a getting a reasonable size, which does make a difference.
For most of this fall they have been huge….. Big and round, larger than a head … Continue reading.....
I found normal size sweet potatoes the other day.
Usually they’re about the size of a cantaloupe. When I buy one I have to have plans for it for several meals.
These were small enough I could just slice rounds.
As long as I was roasting…..
Simple is often best.
Roasted Fall Vegetables
Total time: 40 minutes
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What, you didn’t know I was gone?
Well, I wasn’t…. Really.
I’ve just been ignoring everything while I get myself organized for the new year.
It was a monumental task. Just to start there were 3 months of photos with recipes and photos without recipes to whip into some semblance of order.
Almost as monumental as the size … Continue reading.....
The puppies have a wild hair up their asses…..
But more about that later.
First, the food.
You know how certain foods are just meant for each other?
Red beans and rice, burgers and fries, fish and chips, turkey and dressing to name a few.
For me it’s baked ham and sweet potatoes.
Other ham, fried ham or grilled ham, … Continue reading.....
Culinary gifts, anyone?
Tasty tokens from somewhere else?
It has been brought to my attention that I have neglected to make the announcement about this year’s Season’s Eatings.
I shall now do that:
Season’s Eatings is a world-wide holiday gift exchange.
If you would like to join the fun, leave a comment. I’ll collect real names and addresses
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‘White chocolate is what’s left after you take the chocolate out of chocolate.’
I don’t consider it calorie worthy.
I did think it was the same as White Almond Bark.
I was wrong.
The white part of White Almond Bark can be made from vegetable or animal fat and is usually white. It likely has had nothing whatsoever to do … Continue reading.....
It wasn't poor old Sedi's hips that were causing her to not be able to stand Thursday evening.
She had a stroke.
I didn't know dogs had strokes! Or any animal other than we humans, for that matter.
After we carried her into the house Thursday I noticed that she was tilting her head at a funny angle; and one … Continue reading.....