radishes, brussel sprouts, greens, turnips . . . oh my!
Not that I'm really complaining, although it has jumpstarted my need for a good exercise routine (do late night sit-ups count as a routine?).
The biggest excitement of the whole holiday weekend is that I made a lasagna and it involved making tofu ricotta! So deceptively easy and yet, I feel so fancy having done it! Check it out:
I made that!! I made that! And it tastes pretty grand!
Like that crack in my plate above? I promise that I'm working on updating my "food showcasing tools" i.e., plates! In fact, as part of that goal and my goal to do my holiday shopping locally, I am heading out to purchase some locally-made pottery this weekend. My buddy Alex made pretty much every nice serving piece I have and I am heading out to his Tree Hill Pottery sale this weekend to get me some more! Come check it out if you can. It's a great time and you get to see a really cool kiln (how many times have you heard that?)!
Tree Hill Winter Pottery Sale
6765 Osborne Turnpike
Richmond, VA 23231
Saturday and Sunday (12/3-12/4) from 10-5
And how about the rest of you? Did anyone else make something they were particularly proud of for Thanksgiving?