Monthly October, 2013
It’s that time of year, when a trip to the grocery store means walking by huge displays of Halloween candy. Do you succumb to the nostalgic sugar buzz of it all, or do you keep on moving, planning your green juice for later? For me, Halloween is a good time to make a little something
You know there is a chill in the air when I start craving parsnips. The fat white roots of the ‘snip are full of earthy sweetness, and just seem like the thing to eat when the cold rain suddenly turns to sleet. That’s exactly what happened today, as I was preparing to snap this photo.
There is something I have learned about Minnesotans. When a Minnesotan makes it big, whether it’s Loni Anderson, Bob Dylan, or somebody getting on The Voice, we all claim them and root for them. Even if they moved away after third grade, or like Dylan, kind of disowned us, we like seeing one of us
Sounds like a grand claim, doesn’t it. I’m going out on a limb, predicting that once chefs and trend setters get their hands on this hard-to-find ingredient, they are going to be slapping it on everything. Remember when wasabi and edamame were unheard of, then they were in sushi bars, then they were on