9 thoughts on “Weekend Eats (and Drinks)

  1. Just ‘green rice,’ huh? Next thing you know they’ll be calling NYC summer ‘a little warm.’ 😛 What’s in the rice? And that cheese looks monumentally delish, btw.

  2. Jennifer Hess says:

    Thanks, Adina! Saturday’s breakfast was at Olga’s Cup and Saucer here in Providence. It’s always a treat to go there and dine alfresco 🙂

    Margaret – thank you! The rice is a combination of green “bamboo” rice with asparagus, peas, artichoke hearts, sorrel pesto and goat cheese sprinkled on top.

  3. Wendy says:

    Well, well, well…..look who’s back. Change is good, it makes us appreciate what we want, what we need, who we have. I’m so happy for you and Mike. You crossed the mountain, one stone at a time, and came out ahead. Bravo!

  4. Oh just glad to see you’re back in the swing of things…or at least eating some of the most delicious looking food I’ve ever seen.

    No one carries sorrel by me and it makes me a sad, sad girl. Next year I’ll need to get and grow some seeds, me thinks.

  5. I was laughing ( in a shame-faced way) when I read your recipe for the deviled eggs calling for 3 eggs. Huh? We usually “taste” 3 eggs-worth at our house to make sure they are good enough to pass around. They look really really good.

  6. Love Saint Andre. The last time I was at Russo’s, I saw that they had just wrapped up about 15 wedges of Saint Andre and I made a comment about “I love Saint Andre so much I’d bathe in it” – enough people around me nodded in agreement, and the woman behind the counter said – “If you love Saint Andre, you HAVE to try Délice de Bourgogne” – no lie. It is fantastic. It has a little tang to it, but is great. I’ve already turned 3 of my Saint Andre friends to it…

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