Straight forward, simple, and forgiving of interruptions. My father used to make this when I was a kid. Not for us, for him. So the memories I have of this dish are visual not gustatory, not that most kids want to try leafy greens and eggs- even with cheese melted all over the top. But […]
The poem is like the starter, but not like the starter. The poem has salt and heat. The poem is not the starter but the bread it will become. But the poem is not the bread. The poem has salt and heat. The poem is not the starter but the bread it will become. But […]
Fifty-fifty “Heads, we get married; tails, we break up.” “Huh?” Asti looked up from his menu and stared at the quarter resting in Lilly’s right palm. He knew her name was Lilly because it said so on her name tag. “Can it wait ‘til after breakfast? If we break up now you might spit in […]
Homemade Sun Dried Tomato Pasta Dough Ready to Rest Confession: I use machines to make my pasta. I tried the pile with the hole and slowly incorporating etc, etc. but it just never seemed to work out for me. Sure, I got pasta in the end but it took forever and I was always […]
Crispy Oven Baken Chicken with Apple Cider Vinegar Glazed Collard Greens and Homemade Biscuits There’s some shaking and some baking going on around here. But even though we’re rockin’ you can come a knockin’!
Green Chili Cheese Steak
Let me just say at the onset that I love the country rib cut of pork. Sure it’s a little fatty but slow cooked it is always tender and delicious- and since I vowed to only buy ‘happy’ meat it is also one of the more economical cuts I can get from my pig […]