Cookery seeking green pastures

It’s too soon to share our secret, but this cookery and its primary cook will soon be on the move.  My outdoor grill partner just returned from a site inspection of the new digs and the grass looks verdant from our perspective.

In the moment, the potato gnocchi I dished out for Father’s Day dinner was close to perfect dressed with fresh mushrooms, onion and dairy fresh butter.  I served this with curried broccoli and petite filets.  Dad’s a meat guy.

 

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