Little bites

A bout of nasty neck and shoulder pain has made it impossible for me to prep and cook, and as such has kept me out of the kitchen for most of this week. Luckily, Mike has kept us well fed, with Tuesday’s pasta feast and last night’s iron skillet pizza stuffed with diced salami, kale and roasted red peppers. I have roast chicken and Zuni bread salad to look forward to tonight, and then, of course, a weekend in which to regroup and recover.

I hope to be back in full swing on Monday with the usual recap, but until then, check out this piece on Examiner.com, with a nice shout-out to this little site and a compilation of other Rhody-based food blogs. I look forward to checking them out and I’m sure you will, too. Have a great weekend!

6 thoughts on “Little bites

  1. Christina says:

    Jen, you are fabulous! You are the most hardworking, creative person I know. I don’t know how you have the time to maintain this blog with our draining job, but you do it so well! Keep up the good work and good things will happen!
    Christina;-)

  2. lo says:

    Glad to hear that you’ve been keeping well fed :)
    And total props for the Examiner article… you’ve really got a great thing going on here, and it’s nice to be recognized!

  3. sorry about the neck and shoulder pain! thank goodness you have a wonderful guy who knows his way around the kitchen to keep you fed. I hope you’ll be able to rest this weekend and feel better soon. I don’t know how you do such great cooking day in and day out…i felt a sense of accomplishment for making simple stirfried veggies for supper last night using bagged precut prewashed veggies as the base!

  4. Sarah says:

    Hey Jen,

    I found you through a link on Narragansett Creamery and just thought I’d say that I am absolutely in LOVE with this blog. I am a fledgling farmer’s market haunter/CSA member, and I have a lot of fun identifying and figuring out how to cook what is handed to me. I like to experiment, I like to buy local, and I am of the opinion that gastronomic lifestyle is like religion…do what you want, we can all learn from each other, but don’t proselytize. Your pictures are gorgeous and I can’t wait to read more!! Cheers!

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