I like seafood any time of the year, but I especially like shell fish in the summer. Shrimp pairs so well with so many summer items including fresh veggies, corn and, of course, grilling. Continue reading “Chile Lime Shrimp! Or, I don’t clean trout. That’s why I got married.”
As I look back at the past month and wonder where it went, I see that Yes!Chef! and I have been pretty busy with life type stuff and he hasn’t had a lot of time to cook up a bunch of things for the blog.
I think love and strawberries go together. After all, you can dip strawberries in chocolate, or drop them into champagne, or slice them up and serve with ice cream drizzled with chocolate. All of these are romantic and put you in the mind for love. And between Yes!Chef! and myself, we have been making quite a few strawberry recipes lately.
“Don’t take life too seriously. You’ll never get out alive.” – Bugs Bunny
Carrots have a lot going for them. They are a pretty color, they are a little sweet, you can eat them raw or cook them and they taste good. In a pinch, you can feed them to horses (or rabbits). Most especially, though: they are very economical and good for you.
It’s been two weeks now since my daughter’s wedding to a wonderful young man. The wedding was lovely and we were lucky the weather was not hot, nor cold. The weekend before the wedding the temperature was 106 degrees. Two days after the wedding the weather turned quite cold-around 65 degrees- and rainy. This past weekend, the weather was 109 degrees. The temperature on my daughter’s wedding day was 89 degrees. God was definitely smiling on this wedding.
***UPDATE on motto: So we had a little dust-up with our new (and I thought original) motto: “Love people. Cook them tasty food.” That motto actually belongs to Penzy spices. I’m so sorry that we used it. When I told Yes!Chef! about it and asked him for a new motto, the first words out of his mouth were, “because life is too short to eat crappy food.” Well, that is true. I cleaned it up a little and rewrote it on the chalkboard until I can think of something else that may be a little less…ummm…blunt. If you can think of anything, leave me a comment. Again, I apologize to Penzy Spices.
It was Yes!Chef!’s and my anniversary on Tuesday. Y!C! invited me out to dinner to celebrate. We don’t go out to dinner much (usually on our anniversary and my birthday), so this was a real treat. We headed to Placerville to a little restaurant called The Luna Cafe. It’s a small cafe tucked away in downtown Placerville. We walked in and were warmly greeted by the owner. There were several other couples there but because it was a Tuesday night, the place was not full. We had a great time and met several other couples in the restaurant who were also celebrating their anniversaries. The hospitality of the owner was wonderful and the food was more than plentiful.