Thanksgiving in the US usually involves a large family meal, sometimes as a potluck and often involving an all-hands-on-deck approach to get everything together at the end.Continue reading “The prep”
Shhh… don’t tell anyone, but I’m not a big fan of turkey.Continue reading “Thanksgiving prep”
I’m still doing what I can to bring my Africa trek to life.Continue reading “Virtual mission impossible: more Moroccan dishes tried”
I’m still in Morocco but fast approaching (ok, slowly approaching) the border of Western Sahara on my virtual trek around Africa.Continue reading “Virtual mission impossible: approaching Western Sahara”
It was a good weekend to cook things. As evidenced by the fact that I did. (Also this was before Election Day so. Hence no comment on that for now.)Continue reading “My fridge overfloweth”
It all started because I made tzatziki. Maybe even too much tzatziki. If there is such a thing.
So it turned into a whole Greek feast.Continue reading “Culinary travels – Greece”
So I pulled out my very old recipe for sweet and sour chicken, swapped out the minute rice for brown rice, and served it to my folks for dinner one night. Continue reading “Success and failure”