Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Where's the beef?

Defeat! I admit it. Day one of late class and not a post to be found around here...

No new news of the creative concoction as a result of the delicata squash I uncovered at the farmers market this morning...

No photos or words to describe the comforting aroma of spicy turkey stuffed cabbage I plan to make for dinner one night this week...

No description of the almost certain fiasco that will ensue when I decide to try my hand at canning (probably this weekends activity and PLEASE feel free to shed pearls of wisdom before I infect anyone with ill packaged cans of tomato sauce!)...

Nope, just me asking nicely that anyone who drops by take a look at my more interesting posts like those about our recent trip to London, Paris, Dublin or Galway.

Or perhaps you would like to see how colorful your dinner could be by taking a look at my interpretation of Gulliver's salad. Or perhaps you need some inspiration to spark a culinary fire, in which case may I suggest you take a look at our adventures in homemade cheese?

Either way, there are certainly posts more interesting than this where I'm doing something other than wishing for the scratchy throat, throbbing head and cabbie strike to subside.

Maybe you really didn't mean to stop by anyway and would rather visit my friend David who always has something new to report, or maybe you want to be inspired to really create something in which case I recommend you see the fabulous AmandaJean. Or you could do what I always do and just drool over the creations of the talented Tartelette.

That should keep you entertained for a while, or at least until I can post something more inspiring!

Until then...

8 comments:

david mcmahon said...

G'day Lindsay,

That was very funny! ``More interesting posts'', you say - ALL your posts are interesting.

I'm your biggest fan, but I'll never give you biased feedback. ou have a terrific site.

Cheers

David

amandajean said...

thanks for the link, Lindsay! I think I gained 15 lbs just by going to the Tartelette site. :)

countrygirlcityliving said...

David-
I'm intrigued about your post regarding the metro stop. I assume you like the shot (it was one of my favorites). Care to share any more details?!?!?!?
All the best,
Lindsay

david mcmahon said...

Forgot to say, I'd never heard of Gulliver's salad ...

countrygirlcityliving said...

Hello AmandaJean!
You know I'm such a fan. I love following the progress of your creative designs and the tales of your little guys.

And about Tartelette, isn't she just incredible!

All the best,
Lindsay

countrygirlcityliving said...

David-

Gulliver's salad=made up invention by myself and hubby. See! We are creative sometimes!!
I promise more food posts soon, I'm battling this yucky cold that decided to destroy my first week back.
blech :(

Lindsay

Tartelette said...

Thanks for the wink Lindsay! I am loving your Europe posts but I need more!

countrygirlcityliving said...

Tartelette-
Thank you for the beautiful photos of your yummy creations! I posted another vacation shot today for you, too :)
All the best,
Lindsay