Bolognese sauce is bubbling away on the stove, a Biscoff pie crust is baked off and ready to go, it’s going to be a good Thanksgiving.
Hoping the same for all you Americans! Happy Thanksgiving!
Kimchi weather is upon us, friends. Let’s rejoice in that fact by incorporating it into whatever we can, whenever we can.
More soon! xx
A day in the life of my pet scoby: It floats. It burps bubbles. It makes faces at me from behind the glass of the half-gallon jar I keep it in. It’s fascinating. And I could sit there all day, gazing into its moldy-looking depths.
Meanwhile, 2 pounds of fava beans need to be shelled, 4 ears of corn await shucking, 10 perfectly-formed squash blossoms lie in limbo, and 5 pounds of peaches sitting on the counter are being eyed by a small army of fruit flies.
In other words, I wanted to tell you about my first batch of homemade kombucha today, but the scoby got attacked by fruit flies and, ugh, I won’t go into the details. Let’s just say, baby fruit flies, aka MAGGOTS!!!!!!!!!
Enough. You’ll find me crying in the corner.
(Not really. But still…)
(And this hummus is really good.)
(Sorry for the short post. I’ve got deadlines, yo!)