September 30, 2010

"When I married Grant, I was so excited to tackle the job of cooking for two (or any cooking, for that matter). I knew it would be different than making family-sized meals, but I wasn't quite sure of the logistics of it. I experimented often (and still do), but after a bit it became second nature. If you're willing to make it work, it does! In my newlywed kitchen, I learned a few things right of the bat. To become proficient in cooking for two, you must be willing to..."

hello again, everybody!
thanks for commiserating with me about the squash, and the good ideas for next time. wanted you to know: today on the smithfield blog i'm giving my top 3 tips on cooking for two! 
head over to read more!


ashley maureen said...

love this photo.

kerri lynne said...

fabulous advice, summer! i have the luxury of cooking for two and have dubbed myself "the leftover queen." excellent favorite being the one for halving an egg! :]

Jordan and Jandee said...

I sure like this image. looks cozy.

Eeny said...
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Eeny said...

Your picture is stunning as always. Love it. And your tips are great. Have to keep them in mind for later.

Have a lovely weekend.

Cherish Stockdale said...

my husband is a 5th grade teacher and he too plays enya for his students ;) they LOVE it



about this blog

Hello, I'm Summer. A people-loving introvert whose hope and life is in Jesus. His promises are my passion and my ministry is homelife. This blog is a place for me to write about everyday things. Especially food. My favorite thing to do is sit around a table, lingering over a long meal with good conversation. I live with my husband and our 2 littles. We like blizzards, thrifting, grammar, guacamole, cheerful hearts, nice manners, good movies, and making simple, real, nutrient-dense food.

"If Christ be anything, He must be everything."
-C.H. Spurgeon

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