Sunday, January 17, 2010

Catching UP!

Catching up.... Ketchup.. Get it?? lol

I can't figure out if Sunday is meant for relaxing at the END of a long busy week, or for preparing for the START of another long and busy week. Any Ideas?
Either way today is Sacred Sunday, and I plan to barricade myself in the kitchen and immerse myself in some traditional cooking.
I found a wonderful fresh, free range organic Turkey before Christmas, however with the business of the holidays I ended up freezing it. This morning I hauled its ass out of the deep freeze and presently it is thawing in the kitchen sink. I plan on whipping up some roasted garlic mashed potatoes, stuffing and lemon meringue pies as well.
I enjoy being in the kitchen (maybe a little too much), but ever since my Mom instilled me with her supreme cooking skills, and my Grandmother taught me her secret pie dough recipe I can't seem to tear myself away from the exciting whirl of a blender, or the pleasure of opening an oven to reveal a perfectly baked pie.
So now I am off to the groceries store, I have a few things to pick up before I am ready to put the Turkey and pies in the oven. Stay tuned, I will post some pictures tonight of my baking and cooking endeavours. Until then, check out 2 of my favourite bloggers who making cooking seem easy!
Suzie the Foodie - From cookies to turkeys. Suzie has some amazing dishes to check out.
Memoirs of a Meatless Year - Some of my favourite Vegetarian recipes are right here! Check out her Cashew Curry!
Embrace the Journey,


Anonymous said...

And I think you should stuff the turkey with lemon meringue :)

Suzie Ridler said...

Well I am obvious biased when I say I totally love hearing about your life in the kitchen. Sundays in the kitchen are special, a beautiful dinner before the weekly madness begins again. The last moments of quiet before the storm although I am including the sounds of whirring food processors and mixers in the so-called quiet. I am so glad that you will be making such a fantastic feast, nothing more sacred to me than food but it appears you already know that about me. ;) Thanks for the link and happy adventures in your kitchen today!

Jane said...

Good morning!! Thanks for that plug :)) I wish I was able to get in the kitchen more, It comes and goes. I found a canadian blogger who cooks the most amazing things and posts them every single day. I'm simply in awe. Check it out over here:

Can't wait to hear more about your turkey and pies!!

Ayre said...

How was the turkey? Hope everything is WONDERFUL for you! :) See you soon!

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Dia said...

Bret - good to 'see' you back!!! & the feast sounds delish - I went for lunch with my dau - Thai (yum!!) & came home to concoct a fresh green salad . . . .
Great that you & Ben are doing so well - yes, isn't it great to be in a 'normal' & sane relationship?!
HUGS from Oregon

shyvonne said...

I'm glad things are going good for you. Maybe you could post pie crust tips, mine are so ugly.

Jane said...

Good morning! I just gave you an award over at my blog. Now, make my readers proud and get posting here every day... lol!!!! Happy Friday :)

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