I love steak. I am not a meat and potatoes girl. I am a steak with yummy sauces girl. Although I will eat potatoes when Yes!Chef! makes them (and he loves potatoes), I can do without them for the most part. But pair up a great steak (and that includes ground up types of steak like hamburger) with a great sauce (not gravy) and some interesting veggies and I am a happy woman.
So, what is happening here? I should be entering photography contests, not recipe contests. Yes!Chef! is the one who should be thinking about cooking contests. The sad truth is: I should stick to photography and let Yes!Chef! do the cooking.
I am coming around to being a pork lover (see Pulled Pork Sandwiches). I have never much liked pork because whenever I had it growing up or even in my adult life it was always so dry. I do not like dry meat. And, I especially did not like pork chops because they were always drier than dry. Over-cooked hockey pucks. Pttooey. That’s what I had to say about dry pork chops until…
The members of the Schmautzhaus have gotten together again for some summer celebrating. This time we were celebrating two birthdays for the price of one, so to speak. Two birthdays were exactly a week apart, so we all got together yet again.
Sunday I had a fun photo shoot in the little town of Galt, CA, in a great bar called Brewsters Bar and Grill. I took my youngest son with me because he has a little interest in modeling and a great interest in hanging around pretty girls. So, we got up early and drove down to Galt, spent the day photographing/modeling and drove back that afternoon.
So, I was at the Farmers Market the other day, where I could probably hang out everyday if it was possible, and I saw some great things: fruit, artichoke flowers, colorful purses, Z-pies (frozen little pot pies), cheeses, breads and–Green Tomatoes!
I do love Farmers Markets and I do love Fried Green Tomatoes. I also purchased some Buffalo Mozzarella from Dedrick’s Cheese (a little cheese shop based in Placerville.)