Big Moose

Early morning of 01.31.2020, there they stood. A rarity around here. Moose sightings in winter are few. They are typically loners and wander deeper into the woods. It’s the Autumn when lichen are easily nibbled off of the bark that we have more frequent sightings. I captured what I could before my dogs’ over-protective instinctsContinue reading “Big Moose”

Salade de choufleur

SALAD: Cauliflower, seeds, Kalamata olives with lemony dressing Light. Interesting. Just the right balance of sweet, sour, salty, and fatty. An easy salad to put together while feeling you have done yourself some good without being an all out goody-two shoes. Serves 4 – 6 but that’s really up to you, isn’t it? I canContinue reading “Salade de choufleur”

Mayonnaise citronnée

Dressings: Lemony Mayonnaise Here’s what’s great when you combine mayonnaise with citrus. Citrus cuts the fat; fat carries the flavor. This combination works for fish, salad dressings, as well slathering on bread before grilling, or even dipping your chicken pieces. Easy. Ingredients: 1 ea lemon, juice and zest ½ cup mayonnaise, homemade or store bought.Continue reading “Mayonnaise citronnée”

Le secret de la mayonnaise

DRESSINGS: The secret to mayonnaise Most of the time, cooking is 90% technique and 10% creativity. Right now, you’re asking why can’t that be the opposite. Honestly, all crafts require the person to become proficient before exploration, discovery and creativity occur. Sculptures must learn about the tools, the marble, and develop muscle memory before evenContinue reading “Le secret de la mayonnaise”


Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch. — Orson Welles Eating lunch. For some, it is a sandwich eaten at a desk-what is known as a working lunch–or something grabbed quickly from a cart outside the office. There are those who walk and knosh, while others skip this mealContinue reading “Journal”