There’s this bunny. When he’s in our yard, he always sits in the exact same spot … for HOURS on end. Like when he finally gets scared off, the grass is all matted. Banjo gets a look at him when we go for walks. He gets mildly excited, but not all the way because the wabbit doesn’t move. I tell him to leave that rock alone. Check out the photos.
Monthly Archives: January 2010
This recipe has been marinating for some time on Feaston’s “To Do List.” It’s just one of those things that never gets done. Hark! Rejoice! So let it be written … so let it be done (and off the list).
So, to what have we been biting our thumbs? Vegetable Chinese Noodles. No disrespect to the recipe for the delay, because it wasn’t bad.
Vegetable Chinese noodles is basically something you might order from your local joint … but slightly more healthy.
It’s a little bit of a spin on Au Gratin spuds … except it doesn’t use any potatoes and is sort of good for you (It’s got kale. A super food!). And it has all of the same ideas. Like it’s baked.
I was a little leery about cooking something new after my recent disaster. So I made sure wash the crap out of the kale. The meal was a big hit, tastes awesome and wasn’t gritty at all.
I made a very half-hearted attempt this year at something that’s called project 365, wherein I would have taken a photo every day for a whole year. I made it two days. Check out the first.
Feaston is back into the swing for 2010 and it’s going to be a good one folks. While we have no meal plans beyond the current week,but that is bound to change.
Carrying on the latter half of 2009, Feaston is trying to eat more vegetables and less meat. I found a nice vegetable bake in Fannie Farmer’s cookbook to put our best foot forward in the new year with our herbivorous effort.
Too bad it started with an epic fail.