Happy Friday the 13th!
I keep meaning to write a post about this, but I (Denise) bought a house, and we’ve been in the process of moving and unpacking and all other manner of chaos. It’s food allergy-related because I needed a garden because corn is the devil and is in everything. My friend Mary S of the green thumb sent me this link with timeline for starting seeds, which I need to do pretty soon as I’m already a tad behind.
And since I’m trying to organize my new kitchen, and I need to deal with my pot lids, I found this post from the Kitchn on 10 Smart and Cheap Ways to Organize Pot Lids.
I (Mary Kate) do still not have a house. But that’s because when you build things, sometimes you unearth other things, like the Black Plague. And Bedlam. Please note before clicking: this link is not about food. It is about archaeology and construction and digging up skeletons. I think these things are cool and interesting; so do many of my friends and co-workers. Your interests may vary. Click accordingly.
As you can tell, I didn’t read all that much about food this week. I’ve been focused on my own recipes, and hopefully that’ll pay off for you on Monday. In other news, tomorrow is Pi Day of the Century (3.14.15), and our favorite spice company, Penzey’s, has a really interesting take on what that could mean. Denise and I are pretty big science geeks, and cooking is some amazing science, but this takes that connection to a different level. I, for one, appreciate the prompt to think bigger.
Have a good weekend everyone!