A Seat soothing the need.
Ah, NPR my trusted friend. You have been - will always be - the teacher to my tracks.
Well sometimes all I need is the strength to continue and snow New England only reminds me so.
Fourteen inches and more to come? Say it ain't so!
Well, now I know -remember really - there is more to winter than white and spring's wait. There are sleds again, and toboggans. It's been too long mold friends.
A second step to finding the real me might be some sledding with friends beside me.
But on the next day, he rests. Pasta, old friend, yield some strength to move on.
Next stop: Little Italy
An Interpreted Snow Bird Cacciatore
- Your favorite lengthy pasta, perhaps Spinach Fettuccine?
- 1 Cup Roasted vegetables like Rutabega, Beets, Squash, or Kohlrabi
- 1 breast of Chicken, dredged in Salt, Pepper, Garlic, and spice. Everything nice.
- 1/2 cup Vegetable stock (or chicken)
- 1 tbsp Tomato Paste
- 1 Cup Kale, chopped
- 1/4 small onion
- 1 tbsp Olive Oil
begin by preparing the onion and garlic, sauteed with olive oil until the onion sweats and garlic is fragrant. In the meantime, dice roasted vegetables into 1/2" cubes and
Yes, changes to be made. A dash of Parmesan, a touch more salt. Canned tomatoes: petite diced? Filling and fresh, satisfying on a day in need of some direction.
Just right, still, for a hurried winter night.