craving fresh veggies. I'm making everything with kale, leeks, and lots of herbs, just to make meals feel a bit more like spring. I am getting desperate for spring lettuces, local strawberries, fresh green onions, new potatoes, and most of all: asparagus. We should have some coming up in our garden this year. I can not wait to harvest asparagus and eat it just minutes later. Yum!
looking at my old recipe posts and feeling embarrassed by the horrible photos I published. I find it hard to believe I had any readers at the beginning, with how awful my pictures were!
loving the extra light in the evening that Daylight Savings brought. I no longer have to make dinner before 3pm, just so I can take pictures.
planning a big meal for Sunday. I'm making a vegan version of a traditional Wisconsin supper club dinner. Next week, I'll be sharing recipes for all the components of the meal: old fashioned cocktails, a relish tray, crackers and breadsticks served with vegan cheese spreads, French onion soup, iceberg salad, seitan "steak" and braised mushrooms, baked potatoes, bananas foster, ice cream cocktails, and coffee. Steve and I are going to be in a serious food coma, by the time it's all done. Thanks in advance to Auntie Sarah for babysitting on Sunday, so Steve and I can live it up for a few hours.