Ah, fiddlehead season. It comes and goes in the blink of an eye. Literally, if you start to see those little leaves unfurl you have a day maybe two to get those little curls before they are all open and bitter. It’s for this reason that I love growing them at my house. It allows me to know exactly when to start foraging in our area.
I’ve officially passed into the third trimester, and am feeling a heck of a lot better. I promise this post will be a whole lot less of “what the heck is going on?”. Did you get that feeling from the last one? Because that’s totally how I was feeling. Things have since calmed down quite a bit.
Dal is a traditionally Indian dish that has a tendency to look a little different depending on whose home you’re in. It’s kind of like tomato sauce in Italy. Every family has “their” recipe and it’s the best one you’ll ever have, according to them, anyway.
These are the kinds of recipes that I love. They are rustic and homey and so, so comforting. I may not have any Mideast or Asian genes in me (but really who knows these things?), but I can still appreciate all the feels that this dish brings. It was a welcome comfort after the wild weekend and stressful week that happened last week. [Read more…]
April was the month of productivity! So much happened I decided to break it down into parts for you.
Every week for over 2 years I have been posting meal plans to help you keep your food life in line, over time I have tried to focus some of these meal plans based on seasons, health trends and special diets.