Posts Tagged: winter

Cassoulet (Or Exotic Comfort Food With Maximum Fanfare & Minimal Fuss)

Christmas dinner at Chez Gekiuma is usually a quiet affair with the hubby (whenever he can pry himself away from work) and me plus or minus the occasional orphaned guest(s). But even if it wasn’t a cozy, mellow affair, cassoulet

Cassoulet (Or Exotic Comfort Food With Maximum Fanfare & Minimal Fuss)

Christmas dinner at Chez Gekiuma is usually a quiet affair with the hubby (whenever he can pry himself away from work) and me plus or minus the occasional orphaned guest(s). But even if it wasn’t a cozy, mellow affair, cassoulet

ฟักทองแกงไก่: Kabocha Pumpkin Curry Chicken For When The Thermometer Hits Brrr!

The highs have just barely broken 40F with gusting winds and enough showers to give us large pools of standing water at the intersections and now the itinerant snowflakes have made an appearance. Despite wearing multiple sweaters, waterproof jackets, and

ฟักทองแกงไก่: Kabocha Pumpkin Curry Chicken For When The Thermometer Hits Brrr!

The highs have just barely broken 40F with gusting winds and enough showers to give us large pools of standing water at the intersections and now the itinerant snowflakes have made an appearance. Despite wearing multiple sweaters, waterproof jackets, and

豚団子鍋: Toasty Japanese Pork-y Meatball Hotpot

After the hot, droughty extended summer apparently monsoon season has hit the Pacific NW. (We’ll just gloss over the fact that the Indian Ocean is over 7000 miles away, shall we?) In a spectacular bipolar display, old man weather has

豚団子鍋: Toasty Japanese Pork-y Meatball Hotpot

After the hot, droughty extended summer apparently monsoon season has hit the Pacific NW. (We’ll just gloss over the fact that the Indian Ocean is over 7000 miles away, shall we?) In a spectacular bipolar display, old man weather has