We enjoyed a yummy picnic dinner and some outdoorsy time together this evening. We piled the bags of goodies into Piper’s little red wagon, which Will pulled to the park while she followed alongside on her tricycle. Once through the playground gates we saw a big soccer game set up on the field, several families… Continue reading A Picnic Dinner
Thursday night I cooked Shakshuka, a fiery dish I first tasted in Israel that consists of eggs poached in tomato sauce. I bought one of the spiciest peppers that I could handle from the grocery store, a long green one that curls around the bottom, and wore gloves while seeding and cutting it. My last… Continue reading Shakshuka, farmer’s market, and roasties.
Last night we ate herby polenta with pan seared Cremini mushrooms with lots of fresh thyme, rosemary, and oregano from our garden. We used Ottolenghi’s recipe from Plenty. This morning, we put the leftover polenta under the broiler and enjoyed a quick, hot breakfast. Also last night, I rinsed and soaked some chickpeas and fava… Continue reading Yesterday’s dinner, today’s lunch, and Memorable meals from Israel