Provolone, blue cheese and strawberry jam on rye
Kindle just helpfully suggested a book entitled, “A writer’s guide to emotional trauma.” It seems especially well-suited; a blunt execration of excessive and impenitent failing.
Not failing — under duress and late hour: Diced potatoes — sautéed and tossed with chipotle, cumin, garlic powder, salt and oregano. Splendidly arrayed on corn tortillas with a little of Jen’s famous salsa, scrambled egg and cilantro. Cheese…
A fine, quick-ish feast after an afternoon carousing down in Hollywood. Off Hollywood. Actually, by a street called Hollywood.
At a doctor’s office upon the street called Hollywood — addressing vocal emanations akin an angry seal, expelling from a child’s chest: His new thing — that face.
A summary of everything…
Super easy: It says use 7 cups of cauli — half was used. Use 7 cups of cauli. From I wash you dry.
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A nice, bright, refreshing dressing that goes very nicely with blue cheese.
Blood orange vinegar, Tuscan herb olive oil, copious, micro-planed ginger, a little salt and pepper.
A nice soup to stead against the first flakes of fall: Lentils with veggies, in a tomato-ey broth with curry powder, cumin and coriander.
Sweeter veggies stand out nicely in this soup — butternut squash, sweet potato (for those enabled), parsnip and carrot.
Being too lazy to make the curry powder, garam masala was a nice substitute — though, it also calls for nutmeg, so it wasn’t too far off from that to begin with.
Found at Feasting at Home.
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