Here at every day dress we’re crazy for food, good food, and the day’s not complete without a proper dinner.
When the day/week/month gets busy we simply default to prepping the oven to 400 degrees and putting in whatever looks good at market.
Last night it was cod (again), asparagus (again), and roasted tomatoes, three different colors. Spinach salad (again), and more Chardonnay (again) and a real cloth napkin (always).
Thank you for all you do to continue to inspire us who follow your blog. Your food posts always look so delicious and inviting. I am also a foodie, love to cook meals, prepare the best food I can find, and never have dinner without candles and cloth napkins! Since you are always inspiring us, I thought I would share a few suggestions that I have found to be helpful for me during the doldrums of winter 2015.
I love Ina but ordered myself a new cookbook based on the recommendation of my Pilates instructor. The book it titled: The Grain Brain Cookbook by David Perlumutter, MD. Every recipe I have tried to-date has exceeded my expectations. This Is simply a suggestion to give you some new inspiring ideas in the kitchen.
Also, your roasting pans look tired. Treat yourself to some Goldtouch Nonstick Pans from Williams-Sonoma. They are easy to use, easy to clean, and you can even put in dishwashers for cleanup. I especially like the quarter sheet size but with your group you most likely would want the half size.
All the best,
You have made my day, your comment is so thoughtful, thank you.
Love reading cookbooks, and I will be sure to order The Grain Brain Cookbook. Yes, this has been an exceptional winter for sure food and wine have served us well. Always love to try new things, thank you.
And the roasting pans? Completely agree, tired for sure. 🙂 They were a gift from my sister, she lives in San Francisco, and I have become so fond of them that I often take them with me on the road from kitchen to kitchen. Yes, will order some of those pans for sure, Williams-Sonoma is the dream store.
Thrilled to have a fellow foodie in DC that also goes for candles and cloth napkins. 🙂
Thanks for reading, and commenting, and my very best to you as well.