Sunday signage

(124:  Good advice.  Photo © 2009 by Robin)

It’s another beautiful day here in the Bogs.  I can’t remember the last time it rained.  The nights have been cool and the days have been warm.  Typical, lovely September weather.

The gazpacho I made for dinner last night was delicious.  The recipe is a keeper.  It’s from Fitness Magazine and you can find it here if you’re interested.  This morning I made a scramble for breakfast.  I am the Queen of Scrambles around here, sometimes using unusual (for breakfast) ingredients.  Today’s scramble was pretty simple with typical breakfast ingredients — potatoes, peppers, onions, veggie sausages, and Cajun seasoning for a kick.  Oh, and the eggs of course.

I’m getting lost in cooking.  Not so much for the eating part (although I don’t mind that) but for the comfort of it.  It keeps me busy and in the moment for the most part, although it certainly brings up memories and thoughts of Mom from time to time.

For dinner tonight I’m going to make vegetarian stuffed peppers (a curried kind of thing with potatoes) and that eggplant dish I stumbled upon yesterday.  Should be yummy.

3 Comments on “Sunday signage”

  1. kel says:

    robin that sign made me laugh . . .

    your brekky scrambles sound interesting

    glad the cooking is a comfort for you

    wish we could be there to enjoy the results of all those yummy veggie things you make

  2. Anna Surface says:

    Indeed, the sign…. both realistically and metaphorically. My goodness, all the good cooking sure sounds yummy. I think the getting down to basics such as preparing and cooking foods gives a bit of a grounding in the physical and emotional when one suffers grief. A Mother Earth and hearth connection.

  3. jenna says:

    I always start to settle down and kind of “plug in” when I do a lot of cooking. Probably for the reasons that Anna gives.

    Is that Lep’s stuffed pepper recipe from Cooking with Mummyji? I looooooove that recipe.

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