“You spell it just like it sounds.” That’s my Rebecca’s voice yesterday. I was labeling the small jars of the rhubarb chutney that she had whipped up and that is easy for her to say. She is a spectacularLy great speller and I, well I hang out at the other end of the spectrum. Yea well, rhubarb isn’t actually an easy word either.
But I digress. Later we shared a steak that I grilled and we used up a little bowl of the leftover chutney on it. Oh man, terrific flavor. That reminds me of something. There was a health nut that once said, “If it taste good spit it out.” Somebody is on the wrong planet here. But I digress on the digression.
During our stay at home we have been watching these Chinese videos that were made by this beautiful gal whose name I can’t spell. She has a huge garden outside her rural home and everything fruits to the max. And she prepares these incredible meals for herself and her grandma from all her nearby ingredients. And it is all so labor intensive and artful. They live in that province that I can’t spell but it is in the south and they use a lot of hot peppers. You know the one.
Anyway, she is very inspirational. Just watch a few of these and you will be preparing all kinds of stuff that you will be proud of. Maybe a good lockdown pandemic hint.
Oh here’s My Rebecca and she is up and has her coffee and we could ask her the Chinese gal’s name and you could look her up on UTube, she has a whole channel. And her name is Lizi Qi, so look for that. This is your hot tip for the day.
OK, off to walk in one moment.
miss you loves, Felipé.