I think in high school I had the realization that the actual season for citrus is in January/February. It was about the time when my mom brought home a box of Clementines. I had never seen them before and were a much needed blast of sunshine in the middle of a typical long, dreary New England winter. Since then, as soon as January hits, oranges, clementines and grapefruits make their way in my kitchen. I was lucky that in my CSA share this winter, they started giving us some citrus with our vegetables. After a week of grapefruit halves though, I was looking for some other way to use up my fruit. read more »
Somehow I blinked and it’s been nearly a month since my last post. It’s crazy how quickly time can fly and though I’m used to being busy, spring semester has been particularly trying. In addition to some type of exam nearly every week, the wedding planning (oh yea, I’m getting married this summer!) has been ramping up as well. Unfortunately, cooking and subsequently blogging fell to the wayside. Hopefully we can try and get that back on track!
Don’t fret too much though, the cooking groove has sort of come back to me, but in addition, I’ve also taken up a new hobby. Though not necessarily as conducive to being photographed as food, it’s fun to be knitting again. I personally think I have too many hobbies, but really, is that possible? Not sure what I’m making? Well, I’ll keep you all updated as it progresses. I have to have some mystery in my life!