Not every post has to be a long one

Reading other food blogs, I think I've convinced myself that every post has to be long, detailed, and filled with pictures of the cooking process (or at least an end product). While those are great (and you'll see plenty here), I need to remember that sometimes, I just want to write about what I'm doing (or not doing) and what's good to eat.

All that said, I hate neglecting a blog I just started, but the household got some crazy cold/flu thing two weeks ago, and it really hasn't gone away, yet. That tends to diminish my desire to cook and bake, especially in a documented way. But we are getting better, and there are parties and holidays coming up, so watch for:

Something about all this Amish Friendship Bread we've been making. The Amish don't have telephones or email, so their chain letters involve dough.

King Cake. Last year I got an authentic New Orleans King Cake as a gift from Tori, but this year, I'm making my own (again - I did it in 2006 and 2007, I think).

OC Mexican restaurants. When I was writing at the LAV blog, I started a series on finding good, authentic-tasting Mexican restaurants that had vegetarian beans, rice, tortillas and chips. I'll continue with that pipe dream.

Thanks for reading, and let me know what you want to see here!

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