This would be the very first time I am posting something about my day job. And I’m proud to say that today marks my 2nd anniversary. With these people, I not only got myself colleagues but also friends I’ll be ever grateful for.
Thank you for keeping up with me.
The invitation and Outreach committee is excited to announce a - Soup cook-off - after church on October 28th 2018 during Social Hour. Think your soup has what it takes? Contact Betsy Wriggins or Carol Owans to let them know that you will be submitting an entry.
Only interested in taste-testing? Meet us in the Social Hall after church!
Please see our Facebook page for more event info.
“Roman chef Bartolomeo Scappi writes about a 1536 feast that saw the creation of butter sculptures of “an elephant with a palanquin, Hercules with a lion and a Moor seated on a camel” while at the same time peasants were eating coarse bread made from bran and chaff, and sometimes even hay and straw.”
A fascinating exploration of bread and butter in this gorgeous book. My father was a bread and butter man, that is to say, sliced white and margarine was as likely to be on the dinner table as salt and pepper. I’ve always been intrigued by this most joyful of food pairings so this book is a treat to read - spritely prose, full of delicious insights. Can’t wait to cook from it next. Bravo @applesforeve #richardsnapes @thesnapery @butterculture @quadrillebooks .
UN AIR TRÈS FRANÇAIS
Et pourtant...sur une base de petit dej français on trouve un pain bio au sarrasin et pois chiches pour une meilleure digestion. On trouve une margarine bio riche en oméga3 et sans huile de palme évidemment et enfin une confiture de reine Claude maison très allégée en sucre.
Bref que de bons produits!