There is something about donuts that makes any day a little better. Don’t believe me, just ask a cop. I have a theory as to why it is a cliché that cops eat donuts; they spend their days serving and protecting to an often ungrateful public – kind of like being a mom!
If a donut makes the day seem a little brighter, well I say go for it! Of course fried, gluten filled donuts (aka fat pills) aren’t the healthiest way to go if one needs a little brightness in the day. Too much work to repair the damage later.
This time of year we have an abundance of oranges. Santa always leaves oranges in the toes of our stockings plus our tree in the backyard decides to show off with amazing oranges. This recipe for a gluten free orange cranberry quick bread makes good use of those oranges as well as cranberries which are so plentiful these days.
I see no reason that a weeknight dinner needs to be “ordinary”. I do, however, see a whole lot of reasons why a weeknight dinner needs to be quick and easy.
After a long day of school, work, and the bazillion other things we do in a normal weekday, do we really want to sit down to something “ordinary”?
My husband likes to tell everyone he talks to that in the 253 years we have been married (my guess is that he is so happily married it seems longer than it really is – at least that’s the story I am sticking to) I have yet to make the same dinner twice.
I don’t want to burst his bubble or ruin the cool, creative rep he has created for me but we all know that could not possibly be true!
The illusion of “something different every night” is created by switching things up, taking everyday ingredients and combining them in different ways.
Can someone please tell me when it was that children started going back to school before Labor Day? Is this some sort of government conspiracy to