HAVE A HEART

A WORDLESS POST

ONE YEAR AGO: Marbled Charcoal Sourdough

TWO YEARS AGO: Sundried Tomato and Feta Cheese Torte

THREE YEARS AGO: Blueberry and Mango Curd Macarons

FOUR YEARS AGO: First Monday Favorite

FIVE YEARS AGO: In My Kitchen, August 2016

SIX YEAR AGO: Ka’Kat, a Middle Easter Snack Bread

SEVEN YEARS AGO: Spinach and Chickpea Curry

EIGHT YEARS AGO: Sautéed Zucchini with Sun-dried Tomatoes and Basil

NINE YEARS AGO: Orzo with Heirloom Tomato Relish

TEN YEARS AGO:  Headed to Brazil!

ELEVEN YEARS AGO: The Rhubarb Brouhaha: Revelation Compote

TWELVE YEARS AGO: Love me tender…

10 thoughts on “HAVE A HEART

  1. Thank you for the smile you have just put on my face at a time we all may be a little short of them . . . ! May I reach for the middle three please . . . . and may your imagination and culinary art give us many, many more such heart-warming posts . . .

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  2. Lovely as usual. I have a question, and can’t think of another way to ask it, because when I try to comment on older posts Akismet just dumps the comment and won’t display it.

    Anyway, I am making the Ka’kat you posted six years ago. Did you really mean it makes 32 rings? The photo shows 16 rings on two sheets, and that seems like a better size to me. When I divided the dough into 32 each one was barely an ounce of dough.

    Also, if there’s some magic or science I can apply to comments on older posts, please let me know.

    Thanks,

    Jessica W.

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    • Jessica I don’t remember – gosh, that kills me – I believe that I did not do 32 because I simply never make that many of anything – it could be that I halved the recipe but forgot to adjust the number when I posted…. I say go with your intuition and make 16….

      (don’t hate me)

      I have no control over the older comment thing, in fact I had no idea this was a problem, because just yesterday I got two comments on very old posts, like more than 6 years ago…. this is odd…

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