Salmon is one of the quickest, simplest, healthiest foods to prepare. And I prepare it often! Obviously! There are so many salmon recipes on my blog that I’ve considered renaming the it “The Salmon Concerto”.
“Kristina i Köket” is still waiting to be picked up by Swedish television :), but I have certainly enjoyed days of shopping, visiting friends, and sharing delicious meals with my daughter in Sweden.
This has been “one of those weeks”. Too much going on. Not enough getting done. Too little energy. Not nearly enough sleep. And no groceries in the refrigerator because I don’t have time to shop. Am I alone in this situation???
Today has been “one of those days”. I was too busy (also known as “too distracted”) to think about making supper, and when my tummy began rumbling, the last thing I wanted to do was COOK.
This week’s Guest Chef is my younger sister from Alaska! Ellen and her family have been visiting this week.
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!
One thing that bothers me about the state of Minnesota is the lack of oceanfront real estate. It’s more than a thousand miles every direction to reach a good ocean. We may have over 12,000 lakes, but not a single sea.