Tag Archives: Polenta

Sampler Plate

I have acquired a holder and a small tripod with a ball head for my iPad, so now I can take pictures of our food without trying to hold the pad steady.  I have been mostly using the iPhone, but … Continue reading

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Poached and Pancake

Our usual Sunday Special Brunch was a little different today. This is polenta with cheese and chives, topped with a pepper ratatouille; a poached egg; a breakfast sausage; a half-piece of bacon; and a pancake made from the leftover egg/milk … Continue reading

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Japanese Sandman

  What?  She’s gone ’round the bend for sure this time.  !!! ;-> Every Sunday we have a really special brunch.  It usually looks very similar to what you see above, so I don’t often write about it, but today … Continue reading

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Christmas Persimmon

  About a week ago, I bought two Hachiya persimmons and put them on the kitchen windowsill.  They were patient models for my camera snapping in their faces all week, but one of them came into its own this morning when it adorned … Continue reading

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The Bowl

There was yet another article yesterday about “The Bowl”, and how wonderful they are to eat. While true, methinks the hype is totally overshadowing the simplicity of it. I found myself discussing this with a friend yesterday, and it got … Continue reading

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Vitamin Red and Polenta

On a lark, I did Thanksgiving several days ago, so we are already deeply involved with leftover turkey. This is a good thing! ;-> I thinned down some Turkey a la King into Cream of Turkey soup, and it was … Continue reading

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Whole Wheat Pastry Flour

What? It looks like each other Sunday brunch? Almost true, but these pancakes were made with a combination of cake flour and whole wheat pastry flour. They had an ever-so-slightly different texture as they browned, but tasted just a bit … Continue reading

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