What’s left?

What’s left?  That’s a loaded question, you’re so right. 

But what I meant was . . . what’s left in the cookery?  Not much at all. It does pose a challenge to stay healthy and nourished when there’s little around the cookery. But we’re running down the supplies as we prepare for the relocation. Ten days and counting.  This morning’s breakfast:  toasted bagels (I found these in the freezer),  with cream cheese, sliced tomatoes and fresh garden basil.  Lots of Granny Smith apples remain so we sliced up a couple of those, too.  And the kids are calling for more apple slices.  Done!


6 responses to “What’s left?

  1. Super Cookery execution! Wish I was there for the apple slices.

  2. cookerycontent

    We wish you were here, too! The kids and I picked wild raspberries out back this morning. We left some for others who’ll soon be coming ’round to find them. Summer, sunshine, raspberries. That’s right now.

  3. Apples are fine, but fresh black cherries and fresh pineapple are going over well here now; and might I say, as well as apricots and melon!! We all need plenty of fruit!!

  4. cookerycontent

    All tempting choices. A friend just shared ready-to-melt-in-your-mouth mango this morning. Where did that shipment come from before being served up in New York? Thanks for that, S!

  5. Kathie Carnes

    Oh how I will look back fondly on the good times and wonderful food shared in your “colorful” cookery over the last few years. And, Jerry and I look forward to sharing good times together in your new location!
    Safe travels, my sweet cousin!!!

  6. cookerycontent

    If I read right, you’re setting us up for a visit. We can’t wait to mix it up with you and the local flavors. Come join us, Carnes Family!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s