the quotidian (12.12.22)

Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace

One person’s (diner’s) trash is another’s treasure.

I can vouch for this NYTimes cookie recipe, and then some.

Would you like some chips with your cheese?

Last-minute, nutritious, and delicious: the best kind of meal.

Upping my butter game: now on the hunt for wooden paddles, molds, and stamps.

Apple crumb, with dulce de leche-sweetened ice cream.

When bartering, this much cheese will get you…

…this much chicken, wheeee!

Secondhand, in excellent condition, and for just $20: score!

End of an era: a landline family no longer.


This same time, years previous: just what we needed, turkey broth jello, in praise of the local arts, the quotidian (12.12.16), Italian wedding soup, hot chocolate mix, constant vigilance!, light painting, the quotidian (12.12.11), Sunday vignettes: human anatomy.


  • Becky R.

    OK, if you get a comment on an ancient post, it’s because I posted on something you linked to. DOH! Those cookies look fabulous. I will have to make some. Thank you, Jennifer.

  • Karen

    The cheese looks yummy, the chickens even more yummy!
    What is that Aroma gadget? I’m an old fart; this looks like the top of a NESCO roaster that my family had.

  • Laurie Lasala-Tuttle

    Everything you make looks delicious! Do you have a paid subscription to the NY Times Recipes?? It looks like we need one for the cookie recipe.

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