an equal opportunity eater.
Taking the neurosis out of food, one meal at a time.
I never could follow a recipe. (Hey, your profile picture is gorgeous!)
Park the kids in front of screen. Hide as long as possible
Considering I just cleaned up the shards of what once was my blender (thank you Twyla) - I know it won't be margaritas
PA: Good to know what it's NOTM: PerfectAH: Merci!
Nice recipe. How long does it take to finish? I think I missed your recipe for spring. I assume it wood differ from the summer.
CP: Good question! I was just reading something this morning--so my post is more of a resolution rather than a goal to be reached :)
I like your recipe. I'm not much of a chef but I think I'll give this one a try. Yes, love the photo!
I went to a party last night where I brought warm beer and a crock pot of pinto beans (no bacon - therefor no flavor). I didn't feel so bad when the hostess handed me a Twinkie dog. 1. Twinkie as bun2. Hot dog3. squeeze cheese
P:Thanks!PA: Hmm, which is the worse choice-to enjoy or flee in disdain? You are invited to the most intriguing events.Re: pinto beans: simmer with half a sliced onion and garlic cloves (2, 3, more), --add a tablespoon of salt when tender--no bacon necessary
It's an interesting place - near Art Center. Vista I think. A long winding unpaved driveway leading up a hill. A run down shack up front. Across the way is another run down structure. Several garages with an upstairs apartment. Tucked in a canyon, seasonal stream. Been in the family for generations. Lots of acreage left wild. Owner lives over the garage. The parties are made up of Cal Arts graduates. Film makers and animators. Don't know what they're talking about. I go for the cheap libations and the atmosphere.
That sounds like a place I'd like to photograph--the run-down structures, the seasonal stream, the wild acreage. Not the parties.