Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
Working lunch: chorizo, egg, and warm tortillas.
Crostata test: rhubarb and red raspberry.
Sunday dinner door-drop from my mama: incredible chicken with dried prunes and olives.
The steers have relocated.
David Copperfield and dishes.
Girl’s got flair!
All the time: talking, arguing, and thinking, and in that order.
In town with a friend, a walk-by sighting of my husband’s work.
DON’T YOU DARE.
Dogsitting: killing us with cuteness.
That’s not how you wear a mask, son.
Sunday geography lesson, and my new rug.
This same time, years previous: pozole, no-knead sourdough bread, doing stupid safely, homemade grainy mustard, the quotidian (1.18.16), just do it, cream cheese dip, day one, polenta and greens, snapshots and captions, Julia’s chocolate almond cake.
Could it be from the beloved Silver Palate cookbook, which I frequently used in the ’80s?
Julia A Hart
I’m so curious. Will you share the incredible chicken recipe?
Mom says she got the recipe from here. She also noted, “No capers or parsley in what I made.”