Kate came over to the house to help me paint in my quest to get my house ready for sale. In return, I made her lunch of caramelized onion and broccoli quiche. This was a fast and dirty quiche. Started late (as usually). Frozen crust, shredded swiss and gruyere from Trader Joe’s, little bit shredded havarti,
UPDATE: I found the link for the scones. Here it is: https://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/buttermilk-cheese-scones Purging, sorting, dumping. Sigh! Purging, sorting, dumping. Putting your house on the market is a lot of work. I need some distraction and I’ve been baking for the crew at work. Made scones–Gruyere and Swiss and dried cranberry served with some homemade mandarin
Wow! I just cleaned out my old laptop to make room for my new one. My pictures were crazy–especially my food pictures. I don’t know how I did it. I wanted to reshare with you the pictures and the recipes that went with them. I’ll keep posting them until I don’t have anymore to share.
How I got on the Party Planning committee, I don’t know. Someone suggested my name? Maybe? It’s been 2 years on the committee and 4 party. This maybe my last one as I’m soon to be off to Hawaii working remotely. We always have dessert potluck for the party. This year I wanted to test
Looking for an organization to give to this #GivingTuesday. There are two organizations that I’ve supported this year and like to share with you need a suggestion. Elijah’s Promise As a foodie and former restaurant owner, this organization is dear to my heart. They have many programs that help the community, I’ve been involved with
UPDATE: Not sure why this went back to draft. I had to republish this to get it out of my draft folder. Sorry to repost. Still learning WordPress. I’m back from my trip to Hawaii to see my folks, family, friends and Oat’s send off (Next steps: part 1 and part 2). Wanted to share