Finding uses for a 7-pound butternut squash is a lot harder than it looks. The CSA my family joined has moved onto it’s Winter Share season. The above picture is from our mid-December bag, which included: 2-pound bag of carrots, one candy onion, a loaf of whole wheat bread, one kohlrabi, one acorn squash, one bunch … More Butternut Squash & Sage Lasagna.
Last weekend I picked up some fresh cut peonies at my local grocery store. Sitting on my kitchen window sill, they look gorgeous in my white enamel water pitcher. During the week, I’ve lost a few blooms. I come home and they’ve dropped their petals, usually all over the floor. Still, didn’t mind cleaning up … More Peonies & Rainbow Chard.
So I bought some kale. I’m a haphazard bandwagon rider. But I like it in soups. I made a white bean, vegetable and kale soup last week. Didn’t blog because I am lazy. The soup was delicious. It had fennel, celery, carrots, onions, potatoes, white beans and chopped kale. I like a chunky soup. Kind of … More Chorizo & kale pasta.
This is kind of a clean out the fridge dish. Use any mix of veggies you like. Turkey would work well instead of chicken. Maybe even diced leftover pork chop? I’m reluctant to use beef because I feel like cream sauce and beef aren’t super friendly, but you do you. Creamy chicken, veg and pasta casserole, … More Baked chicken pasta casserole.
Told ya I’d be putting more dill into this blog. This is one of those deceptive, fancy-looking dinners that’s actually stupidly easy to make, provided you’ve got everything on hand. It takes about 30 minutes to pull together. Since I live on my own, I’ve tried to cut down on the amount of each dish … More Shrimp in dill & garlic white wine cream sauce.
I am an adult with a sunburn. Does that sound absurd to anyone else? I’m sure getting a sunburn probably breaks rules in that handbook they give you when you turn 18. You know the one that also says here’s a voter’s ballot, a pack of cigarettes, a release form to appear in a porno, … More Adult with a sunburn.
So it’s winter. I’ve missed sharing Thanksgiving, Christmas and even New Years with the blogging world. But, to be fair, there’s already a glut of holiday blog posting. My silence was just a lovely respite from people sharing their traditional indulgences. OK, lame excuse. I was busy. I started a job in November. I moved … More Lasagna and changes.
Hello blogging world. I’m back for real this time. What have you been doing? I’m glad you asked. First, I graduated from Ohio University. After four years of higher education, incubated in the world of Nellie Bly, Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite I’ve been shoved—granted, with a lavish ceremony—out on my butt by the … More Summer work and lasagna