I love to cook, but leftovers can be the bane of my existence. Anytime I can find a way to use leftovers in a way that is completely different from their original meal, I am excited.
It doesn’t always happen, but when it does mmmm, mmmm, mmm!
If you live long enough, you’ll make mistakes. But if you learn from them, you’ll be a better person. It’s how you handle adversity, not how it affects you. The main thing is never quit, never quit, never quit. – William J. Clinton
Last week I shared that I had made several mistakes in a weaving project and my decision was to go back, fix the errors, and begin again.
Now here it is Monday and I am happy to announce that I fixed the problems – it was not easy, but it was not impossible! I made the errors because I over thought the threading pattern and the process.
It was had a fabulous year at our farmer’s market and add to that the abundance that was our garden this year and that makes lots of good food!
Sadly, Saturday was the last day our favorite farmer will be at the market and we will miss him but look forward to June when he will be back at the market again! However, over the past weeks, I have been stocking up on winter squash, pumpkins, onions, and garlic. We were gifted a huge bag of apples, which will be cooked this week. However, the big winner was the 50 lbs. of potatoes that we got for practically nothing.
Yes, you read that right – 50 pounds – which is A LOT of potatoes…
When life gives you potatoes, the only thing to do is to make some hearty potato soup!