This week’s Guest Chef is my younger sister from Alaska! Ellen and her family have been visiting this week.
As a child of school teacher parents, summer vacation means TRAVELING. That is precisely what I am doing right now, and this post marks the beginning of my Guest Chef summer series.
Sometimes its seems as if I could live on bread and water. Give me water with cucumber and lemon, and this sun-dried tomato and fresh rosemary bread, and that’s all I need for days at a time.
It’s pathetic, I know, but I am “pintrest-challenged”. Any pinning I do is to my bulletin board. Instead, I have several folders stuffed with ideas – a green one for gardening, black for home decor, and red for recipes. Most of these ideas come from magazines, newsletters, friends, and even pages ripped out of old church cookbooks.
I love Springtime. And Autumn. And Winter. And Summer.
I guess I just love being alive and surrounded by the beauty of God’s creation!
Spring has arrived in Minnesota, which makes me crave salads, grilling, long leisurely evenings by the lake, and s’mores.
One of the most beautiful cities in the world is Trondheim, Norway. For a city founded more than a thousand years ago, it is a very happening place.
Most of us have quirks, idiosyncrasies, peculiarities, oddities, eccentricities, foibles, and whims. One of mine is that I do not like milk on my cereal. Please don’t expect me to eat soggy cold cereal, or drive away the steam of hot cereal by pouring milk on it. Gross!