Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
Living on restaurant scraps: oh, how we suffer.
Creamifying the ricotta.
To go with the movie night (once again, I chose something too scary) popcorn.
Next time you make rice krispy treats, sub out a third of the cereal for potato chips
and let me know what you think.
And next time you make pasta with pesto,
stir a cup of fromage blanc (or ricotta) into the sauce.
Prepping the week’s veggies.
Find your bliss. If you’re lucky, you can eat it.
Washing milk buckets; scrubbing eggs.
Upon seeing my rickety operation, my husband reminded me of the press up in the attic.
Keto ice cream does not melt: after three hours in the compost (where it belongs).
Oooo, look who’s come to see me!
This same time, years previous: baa-baa fat sheep, stuffed poblanos, the solo, snake charmer, the quotidian (5.23.16), Shirley’s sugar cookies, more on trash, the reason why, through my daughter’s eyes.
I’m never heard of fromage blanc and am intrigued by your idea of mixing it into pesto as a spaghetti sauce. . How easy is it to find in US supermarket cheese departments?
I’ve never seen it in any stores (never looked for it either), but I think you could get the same effect by mashing some ricotta and cream cheese together.
I wanted to thank you for the Berry Crostata recipe! Absolutely delicious made with Costco’s frozen Three Berry Blend, not defrosting the berries first. I’m looking forward to making this pie with a variety of fruits! A real winner!
ccr in MA
Ooh, that keto ice cream not melting is creeping me out!