So…the bullet journal thing…it’s not going as well as I’d hoped. I forgot to set up the next week before the next week came. Naturally. I did meal plan, though. This worked wonderfully the first week. This week….well, not so much. Partly, this was due to having company. We did a couple of impromptu seafood… Continue reading lunchtime ~ salad rolls
We live in a small town. A small town in a fairly remote area. You know the kind. The kind where the exemptions in free shipping meets the map. Sigh. That means sometimes groceries are expensive. We like avocados here. Unfortunately buying them at our local grocery store is sometimes cost-prohibitive. When we head to… Continue reading avocado overload ~ chocolate pudding
We enjoyed a wonderful week with our Alberta girl! Not a lot is going on around here yet, so we mostly just chatted as we hung out, played games, watched movies and did a little sight-seeing. We each had a ‘date’ with her. We did have a few nice days to walk the beach, too.… Continue reading time with our girl and makin’ sushi
When I found this recipe on Pinterest, I didn’t realize it would be life altering. These rolls are light and fluffy, super yummy and best of all are done in under 2 hours! Yes, that’s right. Two hours. You’re welcome. Anytime I’ve served them, they’ve gotten rave reviews. My Love can’t resist sneaking one… Continue reading easiest ever rolls
My Love recently went to our local fisherman’s co-op and brought home a new-to-us kind of fish–hake. It was fresh and reasonably priced. If silver hake is new to you, as well, it is described as “a close relative of the cod” by thisfish.info. Because I’d never cooked this particular fish before, I was unsure… Continue reading what the hake?
Gluten-free? Check. Dairy-free? Check. Yesterday, we had some guests over that have some dietary restrictions. I don’t mind cooking this way as it is not entirely new to me. My dairy-free girl’s diet is, well, dairy free. She has a very sensitive tummy and we have tried to determine the underlying issues with the… Continue reading no bake chocolate cookies
Lobster leftovers. Akin to bacon leftovers. Or cheesecake. As mentioned before (here and here), we like to cook more than we need for a meal. That’s the only way we have leftovers for rolls or sandwiches, and chowder. I believe I may need to try one of those delicious pasta recipes, as well. Lobster Rolls… Continue reading lobster leftovers…no really