Although it may seem that I have dropped off the face of the earth, I assure you I have not. Since wrapping up a year of weekly posts, I decided to give myself a little break from this blog. (Honestly, one post a week was hard enough. I don't know how so many people get around to updating several times a week, every week.) But while things may appear quiet around Six Course Dinner, there are several projects in the works. All of them tasty. Here's a rather uninformative sneak peek:
Got any ideas? Need another cryptic hint? Okay, here:
If you haven't figured it out (not that I' making it easy for you), you'll just have to wait and see. Waiting really is the hardest part. .
Around these parts, the following are all highly accurate and precise descriptors of measurements: 'fistfuls', 'a few glugs', 'as desired', 'to taste', and my most favorite of all 'some'. Cooking is best done when it is by feel, not by measuring cups. Not sure how much olive oil to use? Or how many carrots? At what temperature should you roast tomatoes? Or a pork shoulder? Give it your best go and see where it takes you.