Last night, we celebrated the belated birthday of a very special guy in true Newfoundland styles: lobster, beer, and Betty Crocker.
It’s been rather busy – people coming and going, shifts at the local restaurant, and more cooking than I’ve had a chance to photograph and post, but I’m excited to put together a little something on Indian food in the next few days.
Even in the farthest reaches of bucolic haunts, I’m managing to fulfil my need my Indian food. This time, I’ve made paneer two different ways, and am just narrowing down what it will become a part of for dinner.
Until then, I’m contenting myself with lots of seafood, which is never a bad thing. Although I can’t seem to find much time for reading right now, I am enjoying the Lida scarf I’ve been working on. I’d love to have it finished by the end of the week though, because I’ve got an idea ruminating for another pattern (alas, my first pattern design is sitting unloved and forgotten at the moment) that I think will be fabulous.