Well. Clearly it’s been too long.
Too long since I’ve posted, and as evidenced by the photo below, too long since I’ve given this basil plant a trim. Which brings us without further ado to today’s topic … Basil Pesto!
I had a bit of a melt-down/crisis of frustration when I became discouraged by the caliber of my photos. (I’m dissuaded by the fact that producing quality outcomes requires effort and practice. So unfair.) So today, all the photos in my post are brought to you without editing and without apology from my iPhone camera.
So it’s been a whole week since we’ve shared a recipe. I think we were getting a little carried away with our daily posts a couple weeks ago. Let’s just relax and enjoy some broccoli with peanut sauce.
Good Monday morning, friends!
Did you have a good Mother’s Day yesterday? I did. My dog got me a card. He’s so thoughtful. Another good thing about our day was the Lemon Italian Cream Cake that we shared with our moms!
Happy Derby Day! Even though I’ve never been to the Kentucky Derby, and I know virtually nothing about it, I’d like to ride the coat-tails of this pseudo holiday and take advantage of the opportunity to make some food that I may otherwise have never tried.
I think I would be a better person overall if I had more kale salads and fewer banana breads. I would probably be smarter, faster, funnier, and more exciting. We may never know.
As much as I love food (it’s my soulmate), and regardless of the fact that I’ll never have time to taste every recipe I’ll ever want to taste (sad but true), I have, nevertheless, eaten the exact same food for breakfast nearly every single day for approximately five years.
Ok, maybe it’s not the most photogenic food, but it’s my favorite thing. It’s my desert island food. It’s one half of an Ezekiel English muffin with freshly ground almond butter. Continue reading
Ok, ok, one more. Let’s keep the streak alive and start May the right way. With fish tacos, that is.