2014, it’s been real. What did you do in 2014 that you’ve never done before? In February, we went to San Francisco together; we met Jeff’s cousins there and his sister came, too. Together, we scouted out snobby craft beers, attended the release of Pliny the Younger at Russian River Brewing and went to the San
Reflections of my 2013 New Year’s resolution — no deep-fried food!
We have a menu. Had a big, long grocery list (but purchased a big cart full of stuff today). We’re stocked up on to-go containers. I’m starting to feel ready. So, without further ado, here is our (sort of general so I don’t give away all the secrets) Thanksgiving menu for this year: CSA curry
We’re just two weeks out from our first Thanksgiving as married people. This is a big deal to me. And, again this year I get to host a family Thanksgiving. At our house.With our families. THEY ARE COMING TO US! So, the turkey has been ordered (Jeffy is ready for Brine Fest 2012) menu planning
As far as years go, 2011 was a busy one. I didn’t write as much as I wanted to and the plan for 2012 is to change that. So, I’ve developed a list of things I’d like to attempt cooking in 2012. My thought is cooking new recipes will give me a lot to talk
A few years back, I made a new year’s resolution to try one new recipe per month. These days, I sometimes feel like I hardly cook once per month. Now, that’s kind of an exaggeration, but the fact is, I sucked at blogging in 2011. I want to change that for 2012. So, I’m thinking
We’re married. I’m a wife! I have many things to write about the trip. The food. Ohhh, the French restaurant. And the wine, and sushi and chocolate sauce. My new year’s resolution goes like this: Blog. Like you mean it. And so, in 2012, I promise, promise, promise to tell all the wedding trip foodie