Thank you all for the comments. There were so many people closer to this individual than I, but we had a very in-depth “career” conversation just a month or two ago after one of my events. She was so happy and satisfied with where she was in life and her business, it was inspiring. That’s really what got me more than anything.
Just gotta cherish every moment we have, which is easier said than done.
This is my very first Quiche. I’ll reheat it at halftime for dinner. I made the crust from shortening, flour and ice water. That was the hardest part (for me). It is just a broccoli and onion quiche, as I didn’t want to waste any meat if it flopped. My girlfriend and I just tried a small piece and it was delicious. I will par-bake the crust (a little) next time, but not bad for a first attempt. I can now add a Quiche recipe to my binder. (recipe from “Preppy Kitchen” on youtube)
The meal was definitely delicious and if you ever get the chance to attend a Kamayan meal I would encourage you to attend one. We did in fact get utensils but after the food was spread out on the banana leaves.
As for serving ourselves we were given plastic gloves to scoop up food after the food was spread out.
Continuing my Spring Onion dinner series….TJ’s pork dumplings and a side of ramen in action. Funny enough, I neglected to photograph mine and B’s meals …leftover roasted feta/tomato/chickpea with rice for B plus his usual giant salad, loosely based with several tweaks CSA mixed mushroom with couscous soup with local Bread Obsession sourdough for me.
Dinner last night - Childhood Chili, from H’s mom. Ground Turkey (she used beef) pinto beans, tomatoes, carrots! Spices, etc. Homemade cornbread. It was a good nostalgic bowl and dinner for an early fall evening.
Came home this late dinner: BF made Pommes Parisienne, from a recipe we watched Chef John make last week. INCREDIBLE, hands down my new favorite potato method. Uber fluffy inside, crispy outside. Also, “creamed” spinach with plenty of garlic and parm regg, and marinated marbre steaks from our Frenchy butcher. A perfect meal.
I see I’ve forgotten to post our anniversary dinner pics from this weekend, but i’ll have to do that tomorrow. worked late, need a cocktail!