When I get bored I want to cook. Cooking engages my brain, it smells good, it tastes good, and if I do it right, it looks good. I’ve created something wonderful from just a few random forgotten ingredients in the fridge. This quiche was no different. Its the end of the week and I have odds and ends in the fridge that need to get used up.
It’s mid-July already! Can you believe it? Its finally 100 degrees out here in SoCal and we are doing our very best to stay cool during the hottest part of the day. Around 5pm, when I start to make dinner it is still in the upper 90s so I am always trying to avoid cooking inside. Just using the stove makes the air conditioner kick on every time so to avoid astronomical electric bills I am doing 75% of my cooking on my amazing gas grill.
I know its been three months since my last post. I haven’t forgotten you, as a matter of fact, I think about blogging all the time! I have been stuck trying to get back into my blogging groove. So much has changed in my life from when I blogged weekly. I am having trouble getting a rhythm going. But instead of just waiting for the perfect moment to strike (which will never happen) I’m just going to jump in and see where it takes me.
Sometimes I feel like the garden is the only place where I feel completely at peace. There is so much turmoil in our world today that I tend to get caught up and feel like I am drowning in problems by the end of the day. Spending a few minutes in the garden right when I come home from work is often the best part of my day.
To be totally honest I didn’t think the kids would like these. Gavin has told me repeatedly that he doesn’t like bananas however I figured that if the kids didn’t eat them than I would take them to work and share with my other GF friends. Unfortunately for my friends, Gavin has decided they are awesome and wants to eat them all.