Month: July 2008

The last bite

Today’s the day.  We’re packing up.  For a moment, I wished my refrigerator looked like the fridge of my past . . .  a 1/2 gallon of lowfat milk, yogurt, baby greens, a block of fresh parm, a chilled bottle of white wine.  Those were the single days.  Cleaning out the refrigerator when vacating an apartment took little time.  The …

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What’s left?

What’s left?  That’s a loaded question, you’re so right.  But what I meant was . . . what’s left in the cookery?  Not much at all. It does pose a challenge to stay healthy and nourished when there’s little around the cookery. But we’re running down the supplies as we prepare for the relocation. Ten days and counting.  This …

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What’s left on the cookery shelves?

As this cookery prepares for a relocation, we’re running down the pantry shelves, freezer staples and refrigerator stock.  Today’s breakfast?  Scrambled egg wraps fattened up with shredded parm, a bit of a splurge for a frugal take on using whatever’s left on the shelf.  It may not be the season, but this evening I’m finishing off my carrots and potatoes …

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