This recipe was my inspiration here, but I didn’t have any lime and had far fewer Brussels sprouts than this called for.
Monthly Archives: January 2011
Super simple recipe. This whole meal pictured (including sage mashed sweet potatoes and spicy sweet brussels sprouts, recipes to follow) was a hearty addition to Saturday’s Pajama Party.
I now can check off my first Kitchen Goal of 2011. Homemade bread: accomplished! This recipe came courtesy of my dear friend Rachel. It was a somewhat complex recipe, but not a super advanced one, so it worked out well for my first attempt at bread.
I think the result was yummy, too! The only thing that seems slightly off is that the bread is a little crumbly (not sure if it’s related, but I used King Arthur all purpose flour instead of bread flour). But the flavor is delicious! I was even happy with the shaping, appearance, etc.
This was the dressing topping the salad we had with the gumbo. Really nice flavor
I don’t think I exaggerate when I say this is one of the best things John has ever made. SO GOOD. Better than my Alton gumbo, I’d wager. I had seconds, am stuffed, and yet still want more. Rich, developed flavor; the duck sausage we got at the market was an added asset. Serve over hot rice, with bread.