The other night I made fajitas, because I could, and because when we get Mexican takeout, I’m partial to chimichangas, so it has been ages since I’ve had fajitas of any kind! This particular recipe comes from the Cooks Illustrated Modern Classics 2012 (p. 20-21) — yes, this is part of my attempt to work… More Fajitas! because, why not?
In a fit of organizing passion, I recently cleared out 7+ magazine files of Cooks Illustrated magazines dating back to 2007-8, paring down my top picks, mostly the yearly Best of and Seasonal Entertaining, and pulling out the 1-3 recipes from each issue that I might actually make. The pull-outs have been slightly trimmed for… More a fit of organizing passion – Baked Goat Cheese Salad
Our schedules have worked themselves out in such a way that we have until 3pm on Wednesdays before we have to pick up the boys. With this expanse of child-free time, Gavin and I have reinstated the lost art of the Lunch Date, and are working our way around the many well-reviewed, Zagat-rated, Michelin Stared… More Wednesday Lunch Dates in January
Patrick at 4 years & 9 months is a very busy and creative fellow. In his princess skirt. Learning about cooling systems. In space.
Oliver’s turned seven!
This year we went with the Lego Friend’s Advent calendar, they’ve been slowly integrated into this year’s winter village scene. Here is how it is so far: Santa’s Workshop is in full swing. Tree farm with Snowman. Neighborhood, tree and carolers. Town Center with ice rink, toy store, and post office. It has been cleaned… More our lego winter village