Friday, December 30, 2005

John Scalzi's Weekend Assignment #92: Resolutions


"So, what is it like in the real world? Well, the food is better, but beyond that I don't recommend it."

-Bill Watterson

Weekend Assignment #92: Do you have New Year's resolutions for 2005? If so, share one (or more if you like).

Extra Credit: How did you do on your resolutions for 2005?

-John Scalzi

In that I have had to cut back my photography treks and accept that I will be spending more time at home, I have decided to keep a promise to Alan, and expand my recipe file by creating new original recipes using the vegetables and fruits from our yard. I think it will be fun and will give me a chance to try some different photography as I create each new recipe. Alan has a favorite recipe that I created, it is the "30 Pound Lasagne" also called "Don Lasagne." I tried making an all vegetable lasagne this past summer using the fresh vegetables from the garden. It was a lot of fun, and came out pretty good I think. I also created a summer veggie soup, that was light and tasty. I think this year I will expand the recipes to include more desserts and appetizers. I will be posting my adventures in recipe creating, so don't forget to tune in to see how I do. LOL. I am sure it will be an adventure! How does "Honey Lemon Fondue w/ Fruity Angel Food Cake" sound? :)

Extra Credit: I did just fine. I didn't have any! LOL. :)

-OndineMonet
"Summer Feast"
Berkeley, California
Summer, 2005
Late Afternoon

5 comments:

Karen Funk Blocher said...

Homegrown receipes and foodie photography! Sounds like a winning combination! - K

Becky said...

Everything in the photos looks totally delish! I think my husband would be very interested in Don Lasagne.

fdtate said...

If you ever make too much, you can always FedEx me some of that lasagna. What a great resolution.

Phinney said...

Kudos to you for trying out new recipes! I am so bad at that...have cookbooks that I've never looked in. =( I should really make more effort there!

xo Phinney

Wil said...

Hmmm... fruity angel food cake!

Yum!