With summer’s heat, Audrey‘s a happy culture and that means lots of delightfully sour, bubbly starter for making baked goods…like these sourdough biscuits!
We’re fortunate to have several mature pine trees providing summer shade, and right now, the pine cones are green. I love the smell of pine needles, and especially enjoy that fragrance (and flavor) in wild-fermented Pine-Lime-Ginger soda.
I recently waxed rhapsodic about one bowl meals, but they really do deserve to be lauded! Another favorite quick meal of mine is tofu scramble. Easy, flexible, and nutritious, it’s a meal I enjoy on a regular basis.
If I could eat nothing but one bowl meals, I think I’d be pretty happy. A mélange of flavors and textures suits me just fine…like in this cabbage and kielbasa bowl.
You can probably tell that I like simple food: easy, with accessible ingredients, and not too many steps involved to make it are ideal – and tasty is a must. I think good, clean food really shines when it’s made simply. That’s why I’m a big fan of this quick but satisfying meal!
I was gifted a lovely plant last summer, a vining plant that had beautiful crimson flowers on it. I was amazed at the vibrancy of the diminutive flower’s color. Sadly, over the winter, the vine, which had climbed all over a little handcrafted wooden trellis in warmer weather, died. Or so I thought…