My husband’s grandmother used to make “roast-a-beef” every Sunday. She would boil the roast with some salt and pepper. The result was a grey, tough lump of meat that needed to be cut with a chainsaw. 282 more words
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Anyone who writes occasionally (or frequently) goes through bouts of writer’s block.
I’m experiencing it right now.
In between writing the first sentence and the second, I stared at the screen for a while, clicked over to another open tab to check my email, stood up and tidied up a few things I’d been avoiding, made myself a cup of tea, and contemplated baking another batch of banana bread before writing about it — I was thwarted from that last plan by my kitchen’s uncooperative lack of bananas, but I considered going to the store to get some just to temporarily delay writing about how to make them into banana bread. 518 more words
Zucchini and rabbits have a lot in common. They multiply…and multiply…and multiply. My zucchini plant has done well this year, keeping my daughters and I supplied in plenty of zucchini for salads, pastas, breads and, one of my favorites, Zucchini Fritters. 243 more words
My Grandson, Evan, loves Mac & Cheese. I’m not fond of the boxed variety and I didn’t want to make a huge batch since I typically don’t typically eat gluten. 93 more words