Monthly Archives: March 2013

It’s Still February, Right?

I’m in denial.  It’s can’t actually be March.  There is still a ton of snow on the ground and it’s 20 degrees out.  Spring is never going to come.   So it must be February, and that means eggs. We had … Continue reading

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Marisa’s 20th of the Month Sourdough Sidetrack: Cake

I made two cakes this month: Sourdough Lithuanian Coffee Cake and Applesauce Cake. In deciding which ones to make (Sourdough Surprises “only” posted 42 options on their Monthly Inspiration Pinterest board!), I set a few rules: 1. Fermentation/soaking stage for the … Continue reading

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Stir Fry, I’m just not that into you.

Its March.  I should be stir frying and sauteing up a storm and I’m not. I just cannot get excited about this month. I tried.  I really did.  I even made this. Used the wok and everything.  Eh.  It was … Continue reading

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March. Sauteing and Stir Frying.

The kids have been asking since the 1st when the stir frying will begin, and I’ve been stalling. I need an anthem. Suggestions welcome. March’s theme is sautéing and sautéing quickly in an awesome pan (aka stir frying). How to … Continue reading

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February Just Isn’t Long Enough.

Let’s pretend today is February 30th. There, now my post isn’t late.  Thanks for understanding. I had really big goals for February.  I did not achieve them all.  But I definitely learned some things. 1 and 2: Quiche and Fritatta.  … Continue reading

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Marisa’s Egg Recap

Recap time already? I certainly didn’t master new techniques in February, but I did have some opportunity to experiment a bit. First up was quiche. The guidelines Alisa found were perfect. We went with a mediterranean flair: sun dried tomatoes, … Continue reading

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