Alright, guys: we’re on a mission to eat/freeze all of our CSA stuff. Recipes may be flying for a while! I added a link to Tastebook.com, a site where you can build and print your own cookbooks, pull in recipes from a bunch of sites and browse lots of professional cookbooks – a new feature I haven’t played with yet. I keep all of my recipes here so they’re in one place online (aka accessible from anywhere in the world), and the printed copies make great personalized gifts. Dave, Tess and I are all home today. I’m billing a week ahead again, so my office days are wacky. I’m taking advantage of the unexpected time to fill the freezer with prepped meals and clear the fridge of, say, 9 ears of corn (and that’s after my freezing 8!) and 10 green peppers. Yesterday, Dave used tomatoes and cilantro in a Peruvian steak stir-fry.This is where the beet dip I made yesterday came from too – what are 2 people going to do with 6 beets?! The CSA overload has become quite inspirational. Tonight we’re trying chilled corn soup with crab meat, with the beet dip as an appetizer. Should be interesting!
Tess is going to love looking at this blog when she grows up. It is such a treat for all of us and will be such a gift for her!
Love you! Susie
Gleich zwei so gefrÃ¤ÃŸige Monster 🙂 ! Das eine ist ja ok, Tess ist ja wirklich zum Fressen sÃ¼ÃŸ, aber anstatt des riesigen, schweren UngetÃ¼ms hÃ¤tte ich eher Schafe genommen, die fressen nicht so riesige LÃ¶cher in den Rasen und fÃ¼r Tess … ?! :))
Fun information!! Lucky little Tess. Promise me oneore evening on a patio snuggling with the little cutie!! So much fun!!’. Love sassy
Hey, how come Tess gets to have BIG Tonka toys!?!?! lol