Baking flaky biscuits for two in cast iron

As a kid, when we visited my grandmother in Georgia on the weekends she would make biscuits from scratch. Biscuits and bacon gravy. I always looked forward to eating breakfast there. It was like having a feast every week and different family members would show up each weekend. I’d still be going to her houseContinue reading “Baking flaky biscuits for two in cast iron”

New smaller cast iron skillet

Something my wife and I have been working on is switching our nonstick cookware out for healthier alternatives. It’s part of an overall plan to improve our lifestyle. I know the stereotype of an oily, cast iron skillet, doesn’t fit well with the notion of healthy living, but we’re going for balance, not extremes. HealthierContinue reading “New smaller cast iron skillet”

Coronavirus Journal: Day 28 – Cooking, Jazz, and Corona-chan

So, I stayed up too late last night, I think, because I feel really tired and I have a headache. Coronavirus symptoms, I know, but this is pretty normal for me when I stay up past 2:30 AM. I spent most of the day cooking. Not that I’m complaining. This is a good time toContinue reading “Coronavirus Journal: Day 28 – Cooking, Jazz, and Corona-chan”

Coronavirus Journal: Day 27 – Trying to reach the back of the cabinets

Since we’ve been going to the grocery store less, we’re actually using up things in our cabinets that might have otherwise occupied space until they went bad. I’ve also been finding and discarding products that did, in fact, occupy space until they went bad. Silver lining? Social distancing and the fear of a deadly virusContinue reading “Coronavirus Journal: Day 27 – Trying to reach the back of the cabinets”