An Everlasting Meal: This Week in Pictures

The Gent and I finished the chapter ("How to Teach an Egg to Fly") and both experimented throughout the week--with eggs and "boiling water" (or making stock from the ends, recall this from her first chapter).  While I have appreciated cooking and bringing leftovers into the next meal, I hadn't thought of the concept that the ends are always the beginnings for the next meal...  For example, I used the ends of Dino kale (which I was about to throw out until I remembered) to use as a side dish for a hard boiled egg.  (Sauteed greens, especially Dino kale, with breakfast is one of my favorite things--I just had never thought of using the ends!)  The bits were perfect.  All this to say, the title of Ms. Adler's book An Everlasting Meal is one that I'm understanding with more fondness and warmth, both embodied experiences from the kitchen. The story of this past week in pictures .  xo

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