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Spaghetti Squash a la Susan

The best thing about food blogging? Sharing recipes and seeing how cooks and food bloggers interpret, tweak and improve upon your recipe. My talented friend Susan at Fatfree Vegan Kitchen has just posted her version of my Santa Fe Spaghetti Squash Casserole, and darlings, it's not to be missed! It's gorgeous and inspired.

Moving Update::

Craziness ensues here. The oil tank is being drained, dismantled and replaced [with walls coming down and going back up]. Strange sweaty men are crawling around the attic and snooping in the cellar netherlands. Running hot water in the bath tubs. Leaving blackened finger prints on the ceiling. Do you imagine I'll be glad when this process is over?



What does this piece of technology cost, you ask? Darling, you don't want to know. You'll be thinking about all the wine, great meals and kitchen tools this could have bought...not to mention, air fare to Italy. Well, at least Napa Valley. Or Hawaii.



Bits & Pieces::

We're having an estate sale April 28th.
Closing May 4th.
Flying to Albuquerque May 4th.

What have we been eating?

Lots of Brown Rice & Roasted Vegetables, Balsamic Roasted Veggie Smothered Baked Potatoes, Spinach & Cheddar Quesadillas. Easy. Fast. Too tired to cook food.

I hope to post again soon. Until then, be well and eat well, and enjoy the first [longer] days of spring!




6 comments:

  1. Hey, thanks for the shout-back! And thanks for the great recipe!

    Sorry about the moving chaos...and the expense. It will all be worth it, I'm sure, when you're in the place you want to be.

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  2. Hi Karina,

    Hang in there on the move thing. The mailman delivered Cooking by the Seasons today - yea!

    I tagged you for a meme today and now I feel guilty 'cos you have more pressing issues on your plate. I think Quesadillas are the most ingredible food. In fact, I believe me and a number of my close friends lived off them for years!

    Take care.

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  3. Just reading about your moving process is making me a little tired. But also vicariously excited--I loved New Mexico when I visited there, and it's one of my secret desires to live there, at least for a while.

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  4. Congrats on selling your house! Hope the estate sale goes well.

    :)

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  5. I found your blog recently and have even tried the recipe for mexican pumpkin soup. It was yummy. Just wanted to add to the chorus of good wishes on your move and hope that it all goes smoothly.

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  6. So nice to hear from you! Good luck!

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