My Herbs and I: A Complicated Love Story
Once upon a time — a couple of months ago, in fact — I tried my hand at growing a series of herb plants on the galley kitchen’s big windowsill. I’m a fan of growing and cooking with fresh herbs whenever it’s feasible (check out this post for more herbalicious ideas!), and with pots, seeds and soil in tow, I made my move.
Friends, you know how much GKG loves eggs as the basis of any meal. Protein + healthy fat + all in a neat little package? What’s not to love? I’ve made these hard-boiled egg snacks, these Italian-style baked eggs for supper, and even these other variations on egg-based meals.
But here’s an unexpected cookery equation for you: One Budding Chef+ One Standard Microwave + one serving of eggs = an unexpected match made in culinary heaven.
Summertime pasta? Yes, please!
In the summer months, I’m always looking for easy, fresh recipes that don’t require any of the following:
- Lots of sweat, blood & tears in the kitchen
- Lots of hard-to-find ingredients
- Lots of clean-up.
[Come to think of it I’m looking for recipes like that all the time.]
Sometimes, I kill even myself with these puns.
Hello, lovely GKG readers! After letting my 1st Blogiversary fly by a few weeks ago (eeeeeeeoooops … that’s me, your neighborhood friendly GKG, riding the strugglebus), I’m formally recommitting myself to the blogging world. Readers, I love you all terribly, and I’m now back with a vengeance.
Now, onto the cookery!