Brown Season can turn into Snow Season any time now. I was going to go on a bike ride today, but it turned out to be one of those damp days in the 30’s where no matter what you do you can’t stay warm and then suddenly you’re over heated, so today’s ride turned intoContinue reading “Brown Season Continues…”
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I’m a bit of Paprika Fiend/ Macro Lens’s Aren’t Just For Macros
I might need to do a stock up seeing how I’m down to only three kinds of paprika and two of the jars are just little ones. Yeah, I’m a bit of paprika fiend. I haven’t been using my DSLR that much this year and when do I usually use a wide angle zoom onContinue reading “I’m a bit of Paprika Fiend/ Macro Lens’s Aren’t Just For Macros”
I’m late. Boiled cider is a fall must have around my place and I’ve usually made some up long before the end of October. Boiled cider is exactly what it sounds like: get some good quality, local, freshly pressed cider, and and boil it down to a syrup, concentrating the flavor along the way. MostContinue reading “Boiled Cider”
I’m not much for soups during the warm season, but when the temps start to drop give me all the soups, stews, and soup-ish braises that you’ve got. I picked up a butternut squash from a trust box on a recent ride and turned it into squash-apple soup today using a recipe from Martha StewartContinue reading “Squash Soup”
Ate Cauliflower. Didn’t Die.
Some people are just not cauliflower people and I am one of those people. But, this recipe looked interesting as I’m trying to eat healthier and to switch to a mostly vegetarian diet. I thought roasting cauliflower might negate my objections to the vegetable and give me something meaty to chew on. It worked. It’sContinue reading “Ate Cauliflower. Didn’t Die.”