With the tree down, there is plenty of room for a fig tree!
We were really surprised by some of the hurricane damage we had (my car is actually under that tree above!) but overall we were really lucky. We did lose power until Sunday though, which put a definite damper on my cooking. I'm still kind of getting my act together so this post is a bit more "plan" and less "do" than usual.
I actually had a lot of cooking plans for the last week. But, without power, we were left to just dream about what we would make when life got back to normal. Dream and eat lots of sandwiches. So naturally, discussions around the house turned to mayonnaise. Okay, maybe that seems weird, but Micah uses mayonnaise like nobody's business. It's outrageous. And he likes the good mayonnaise which is like $4 for a teaspoon!
All that to say, now that we have power back, I can embark on my next cooking adventure.
I'm making mayonnaise. And since it's me: I will also be making vegan mayonnaise. Micah is going to make real mayonnaise and I am going to make unreal mayonnaise (as in, that stuff is so good, it's unreal!) and we are going to tell you how it went next week.
Have any of you made your own mayonnaise? Did you stick with it or was it too much of a hassle? Any suggestions for a little vegan just looking to get her sandwich on?