I’m finally getting the last Christmas recipe posted from 2018. Although it’s not really a recipe, it was a cute idea that worked well. I like to do a sort of artwork crudité each year and this year was simply cherry tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil and black olives. I could have served it with a balsamic drizzle but my family isn’t big on balsamic. I took the safe route and went natural. It was pretty, tasty and loved. Continue reading
These cookies were expensive! Let’s start with the fact that the recipe called for 1/3 cup American brown ale, which I don’t drink. I’m not even a beer person, so these cookies were a treat for my P.S. (Princely Spouse). Then when we stopped at the liquor store to buy ale, I could only get it in a 6 pack, for $11.99. That’s a bit crazy for 12 cookies. I’d have tripled the recipe had I known.
I wasn’t feeling well awhile back and my P.S. was feeling fine. So fine that he decided to make spaghetti for dinner. I can’t remember when he’s made spaghetti before, if ever. I thought it sounded like comfort food made by someone other than my sick self, so I was on board. I think I slept through the afternoon and the making of the dish. The kitchen was a nightmare afterwards, but it could wait.