Favorite Things: February

We were gone much of February – visiting family, attending agricultural conferences and meetings.  What time I didn’t spend on long car rides, I spent working on a cookbook and toiling over the idea of an upcoming move across town (at least there will be a spot for a lovely garden).  We also needed to hunker down on our budget, so you can expect plenty of budget-friendly real food recipes over the next few months (and, of course, I never compromise on quality or taste.)
And do you love that photo?  It’s my hot pink kraut!  The recipe’s featured in this week’s meal plan.

the highlights of my february

What were the highlights of your February?  Any links you’d like to share with me?

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What people are saying

  1. Mikki Coburn says

    Jenny. Love your site! I see you are working on a chicken liver mousse. I have been making one I found in Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking. It’s awesome! It looks like milk chocolate and it would be the very best one for anyone who does not like liver, but wants to start eating it, not to mention it is not just liver, but cream and butter as well. Good luck on yours!

  2. Jinni says

    So glad to hear you’re working on a cookbook. I want to buy a copy! Love your recipes, but I am TERRIBLE and keeping them on printed pieces of paper.

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