final of three Blue Apron reviews from the kitchen at Maul-Hall
I know, I know – “Tales from the Great Adventure” is supposed to feature “inspirational” posts, hooking in with the “adventure” lens through which I’m viewing (and experiencing) 2017. But believe me when I tell you that great food is most definitely inspirational, and taking food preparation beyond the mundane and uninteresting is always a…
...So that's pretty much where we are as of today - moving toward Christmas not only with anticipation for the coming of the King, but also in anticipation of continued healing - even if it is excruciatingly slow sometimes. "I hope, Lord; my whole being hopes..."
This is the good news as it comes from Wake Forest for today, where fall is finally coming, where our lives are rich and full, and where we still have so much promise and possibility to live into
The point of today's post (other than the fact that I love to write about food) is that I try to approach every task - even the routine of preparing dinner at home - with a little extra love and imagination, and that I always make it clear that when I serve Rebekah it's never routine but always special.
For Rebekah and me, this is the single most important facet of a great vacation. We simply enjoy fo
One of the best things about staying in a house rather than a hotel is having a kitchen. This week we limited ourselves to one lunch and one dinner “out,” then I’ve been Rebekah’s personal chef for everything else. We found a fresh seafood market near the Crab Shack, scored some tenderloin steaks while we…
“I would give the best wheat to my people. I would give them the purest honey, until they were satisfied.” – Psalm 81:16 This morning I’ll post a fun grocery store story that’s earned a few chuckles over the past few days. I was waiting to check-out, and couldn’t help but notice the jammed full and piled high cart…
This recipe is neither expensive nor difficult. But it is special. I don't know about you, but I think that sitting down to dinner is always an opportunity to treat your spouse to a date-like atmosphere. Just a little extra effort makes all the difference.
So the idea behind these three photographs is a reminder that even inspired creativity requires careful preparation, research, humility, and hard work to pull off.