I am enjoying our shift towards nature, food and the otherwise delicious during Open Arts. Here’s an array of greens from the yard for our dinner this evening– top left: basil, 3 peas. Bottom left: beet tops, romaine lettuce, chives, kale & swiss chard. Bon appetit!
Georgia Peach Pie guarding the perimeter.
These are the “bagels” my spousal unit made from Daniela’s recipe. Hmm…not ready for prime time, but at least they aren’t rock-hard so…progress. (That white stuff in the middle of one of them, I’m told, is egg white. Kinda got carried away with the wash.) They don’t taste bad & won’t go to waste. Thanks,
Wild arugula, french sorrel, spinach, fresh tarragon. Spring salad!
Inspired by the bagels, the ghee, the radiant heart blueberry pie — my first summer squash. I love small vegetables – so manageable for my small hands, in my small world these days. I’m going to give these to K8, fellow reader, when we do our first ever social distancing walk later today. My first
Teri and I recently “attended” this event presented by the High Desert Museum, located just south of here. How cool is it that we could be there, together, while in different corners of the US? The High Desert Museum features exhibits ranging through art, history, archeology, regional biota – all with a focus on local
I am receiving emails from the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) now, a lovely consequence of participation in the communal haiku project JNaz wrote about here a while back. They are holding online limited-time events which I have enjoyed watching. I’ve been sorry that I didn’t alert you to the new documentary film they
As promised from our Zoom meeting, here is the recipe I followed for Sourdough Bagels: Homemade Sourdough Bagels – With Video For my “everything seasoning” mixture I used Herbs de Provence, Montreal Steak Seasoning, Sesame Seeds, and dried onions. The only other change I made to my batch was I used a tablespoon of corn
The Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee is probably the best YA Fantasy book I have read in a while. It is in the same series of authors I have been reading, but this one is BY FAR the best. Outerspace? Check. Shapeshifting young female protagonist who is actually a fox? Yes that is there.
MoMA hosted a live interview and Q&A with Neri Oxman on YouTube because the related exhibition is unavailable, of course. It did a number on my brain, so I wanted to share it so you can have that experience, too, if you have an hour. I probably should have looked at what I could find