Monthly Archives: March 2012

Theresa’s Oaxacan Guacachile

Thursday, 15 March 2012

In March, Alan and I took a trip to Oaxaca to visit my Aunt Roberta. I had never been to Oaxaca before and Alan hadn’t been there since his hippie youth.   We planned to be there at the same time as our friend, Victoria Goldfarb and her father, Ed Goldfarb, who were visiting Victoria’s son Josh during his “Semester Abroad.”   We had an amazing trip full of surprises and endless excellent food.  At one point Victoria commented that we generally ate one meal a day: It started in the morning with breakfast and ended when we went to sleep at night.  It was true.  The food in Oaxaca is abundant, adventurous yet traditional, and beautifully prepared, everything you could dream of.   I am going to go there and learn how to...

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Hello!

Thursday, 01 March 2012

Hello! Hello!  This is my blog.  It’s a food blog – mostly... maybe some other things now and then too but mostly food related I think.  The inspiration for this blog came from several sources which I will tell you about. First and foremost my inspiration for this blog is that I love to cook and I love to take photographs.  I love to feed my family and my friends.  I love reading recipes, making them, changing them, and I love sharing recipes (I don’t often make up my own completely new recipes – it seems like it’s almost always a riff on someone else’s).  I love my garden (which is currently full of fava beans and young tomatoes) and my herb garden (with edible flowers) that I just moved from the front to the back...

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