That’s on me, sorry, sometimes a girl gets all caught up in living life and eating all the food that the blogging and the photo editing fall to the wayside, ya know? (bashful giggle)
A lot has happened.
A lot of food has been prepared.
So let’s start slow, with a recent highlight from Thanksgiving:
It’s not really Thanksgiving without an oyster roast.
And what a great way to start the feasting. With oysters, you are forced to pace yourself. There’s no wolfing down an entire tray of hors d’oeurvres or gulping down a whole bowl of homemade chex mix, you have to work for each little slimy nugget.
And while you work you chat and catch up. Or you quietly plan how to pack your plate with the proper ratio of food.
This post doesn’t have a recipe, I’m taking small steps to get back into this blogging thing. One whole month and I’m outta shape! But there are so many things to look forward to: marshmallows, cranberry sauce, popcorn nachos….
You read that right, popcorn nachos. That’s not a joke, it’s a future blog post. Stay tuned.
Cream it, grill it, pan fry it, throw it in a stew.
No matter what you do, I’ll love it. And I might even love you.
It’s an epic sort of love, I posted about grilled corn last year and I’ll probably post about it next year too.
I mean, look at this beauty:
Talk about tasty. YUM.
We pulled back the husk, stripped out those little white hairs, rubbed on some olive oil, and then lovingly sprinkled Grill Seasoning on all the cobs. Then we wrapped them back into their husks and tied them with string to keep all that goodness inside:
Then we threw those puppies on the grill and let the magic happen.