Most people from all over the world know of Julia Child. I couldn’t agree more with this quote from her, these last couple of months I’ve gotten into cooking quite a bit. I’m not doing anything fancy, but it’s good food and good for you! We decided to start eating better, no to less salt in all of our food and way more fresh fruits and veggies. Sense I’ve started working, I’ve really missed being in the kitchen, experimenting with different dishes and how to replace salt. On one of my days off I decided to spend most of it in the kitchen 🙂 Of course, I had Frank (my Canon) with me to show little glimpses of my day. I didn’t capture a lot, but it’s a glimpse and I’m hoping to start showing you more of my dishes the better I get at making them!
We try to not have beans from the cans anymore, so this first shot are the beans before they go in a long boiling bath on the stove lol
This evening I made Roasted Chicken stuffed with garlic and lemons, so I just captured the garlic and lemon slices 🙂 I was wanting to take a shot of the chicken after it was finished cooking (it was so beautiful) but I had already cut it up by the time I thought of it 😦 I will try and show this dish completed someday soon!
I hope you all had a great Valentine’s Day! I’ve never been much of a fan for this holiday, if that’s what you want to call it lol! It’s fun to get little gifts for people you care about, but it can be a little silly. William and I decided to go out to dinner really early to beat the crowds, it worked well because when we drove past all our restaurants at around 6pm the lines were wrapped around the buildings! Just crazy.
So while we were out and about, we stopped in at a downtown area where they have beautiful buildings and it’s just fun to photograph little things there.
William wasn’t expecting this shot, as you can tell lol! He looks so serious 😛
So as I’ve said in my last post, Jack Frost had paid us a visit, and decided to stick around! I’ve heard people say, in the last 50 years they had been here, they’d never seen weather like this in our little town. The ice had formed around everything, and icicles appeared off of power lines, cars, buildings and trees. Every branch was covered in ice, completely surrounded by it. It’s so beautiful but also very dangerous, tons of transformers blew out and trees fell! The power was out all night for us and for some people, they are still waiting for in to come back on. A very difficult work day for me, a long 8 hour shift with random power outages HAHA! I’m just glad I was able to step outside for a few minutes to get a few shots. This picture turned out to be my favorite.
Jack Frost paid us another visit! Snow was lightly dusted on the ground when we woke up this morning and it was raining and snowing off and on all day. Nothing quite as drastic as our last snow storm, but I’m hoping it won’t keep us from taking our little car around town HAHA! We really need to invest in a 4-wheel drive vehicle lol!
This week I was able to start working again! It’s exciting, but also hard to get back into when you aren’t used to it. But, I’m enjoying the independence and the money will help us in a lot of ways 🙂 I’m hoping it won’t keep me from my photography, but so far it hasn’t been an issue.
William and I will be enjoying a nice little mini vacation next week, so I don’t know when I’ll be able to post again, but I hope it will be sometime this weekend 🙂 Have a good night everyone!
On my last post TWILIGHT WINE TASTING, we went to the beautiful Sweet Cheeks Winery for some Twilight Tastings. That night the talented Tara Stonecipher & Gregg Vollstedt were there playing their music. They are a local group here and I just loved her bluesy voice 🙂
Here are a few shots of Tara and Gregg and I had to try and get a wine glass shot as well 😉
William and I have been to Sweet Cheeks Winery a few times (Sweet Cheeks Winery and Not Another Wine Post!), each time there are different ways of photographing it’s beauty. We traveled to the “Twilight Tastings” and because it’s winter the sun sets a lot sooner than last time we were there.
These first two shots was the view before we arrived there and the rest is the outdoor area. Because it was cold and dark, no one ventured outdoors, so I was able to walk around and take pictures anywhere I wanted!