I've just signed up for my first CSA (community supported agriculture) farm. I should start receiving boxes of produce at the end of May. I would love to hear from others who've done this. What was great about it? What didn't work so well? How much food did you get? Too much/too little? Any big surprises?
Are you attending a potluck at work, at church, at a friend's house? If so, what are you taking?
My son, age 19 and just moved into his first college apartment, called me last night and asked for some simple recipes. He has grown up in a house that values a good meal but had never expressed any interest in learning how to fix food for himself until necessity struck! I emailed him a few quick recipes but was wondering if anyone could recommend good books or web sites for a true novice cook! THANKS.
Serious Eaters in the DC area, be aware! Starting late next week, about 20,000 librarians will be descending on your city in search of good food and good times. This particular librarian would be very grateful for any restaurant recommendations you could provide, particularly in the Dupont Circle area. And do you know of any good Ethiopian places? That's one cuisine I've never tried. Thanks so much!
I am a devotee of plain old deviled eggs made with mayo and mustard. But this weekend I decided to try something fancy and made Mark Bittman's Shrimp Deviled Eggs. They were very tasty but I the color of the fillings was kind of gray. So, how do you like your deviled eggs prepared?
Here's the link to the Bittman recipe
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