aefenglommung (aefenglommung) wrote,


It was my turn to cook the main course for our Wednesday Bible study. I prepared a spatchcocked turkey with roast veggies. It was tremendous. Also easy. One of our members suggested that I write a cookbook someday. Deanne and I actually started work on one, some years ago. The working title was from Miguel de Cervantes, Hunger is the Best Sauce. We were going to include a chapter called, "Cooking with Power Tools."

Deanne and I continue to invent new dishes and try out new techniques. We've got a lot of notes crammed in books and files and drawers here and there -- probably enough to make a cookbook. If we were to do that, I might even reveal the secret ingredient in my trifle. (Inquiring minds want to know.)

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