Like much of the country as we begin December, we got a hefty chunk of snow the past few days. Through Sunday evening, Monday, and Tuesday, the total accumulation here was about 12″ of fairly wet snow. With significant changes … Continue reading
I find many Greek dishes extremely satisfying: elemental, flavorful, and uncomplicated. A good example is the recipe I made for lunch today: Fortunately, since it’s the day after Thanksgiving, all was quiet and I had time for the prep work … Continue reading
Turnip – Potato Gratin with Bok Choy October had some pretty good meals. The Small Farm featured in many of those. One of the better ones combined a Potato – Turnip Gratin with young Bok Choy, cooked nicely in my … Continue reading
This omnibus posting is intended to fill in all the gaps in my blog since September. Teaching two courses took most of my energy, and flat-out laziness accounted for the rest of my lethargy. In no particular order, here are … Continue reading
My online silence since June is attributable to travels, of which I will inform you shortly. In the meantime let’s talk about today’s lunch. Toady’s pasta contains a list of ingredients which you would never purposefully buy with a plan … Continue reading
This past week has shown definite signs of Spring. These include frequent rain spells, the greening of our surroundings, and a man’s need to play with fire (while cooking on the gas grill and the wood-fired pizza oven). Memorial Day … Continue reading
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After staying in Lecce for 5 nights and touring on the Adriatic coast, we switched to Gallipoli on the other side of the “boot”. Here are some photos from that area. In Gallipoli we wanted plenty of vegetables to counterbalance … Continue reading