Love Inés Rosales sweet olive oil tortasLola Lobato - January 11, 2014 11:51 am Â
Love Inés Rosales, sweet olive oil tortas. They are from Seville, Spain. Handmade and hand wrapped. Yumm with goat cheese
Thanksgiving is finally over, now for festive days aheadLola Lobato - December 11, 2013 10:44 am Â
It’s been more than a week since Thanksgiving celebrations and it’s just now when we’ve finished all the photos for the Thanksgiving posts. I think you can get the whole picture of what it is all about in my kitchen. I can now finally move on with enthusiasm to the winter posts and new festive days to come. Wish you were here!
Due to quantity of dinner guest, and just one oven in the kitchen we ordered 3 turkeys from the kosher deli. One whole cut, one carved and sliced, and the other, the one in the picture is sliced and then put back together into a turkey shape. The work was an amazing.
Sebastian and Jacqueline with the satisfaction of knowing the fridge has been cleaned up and fixed so we can placed the coming ingredients.
Andy, the queen of the tarts.
On my own before the family crew arrive to rescue me.
It’s all about having everything handy, no matter what space may takes up!
Laura, Blair, Bryan, and myself in the kitchen, the chaos between time and space.
Laura with brussels sprouts on the stalk, marinaded ready to go to the oven.
The Final Hour Before Thanksgiving DinnerLola Lobato - November 28, 2013 7:53 pm Â
Today was the best Thanksgiving ever: having everyone locked in the kitchen for twenty four hours. The trip, not the arrival, is what I love. Kosher turkeys we ordered arrived, most of the dishes are almost out, and we are in the final hour. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! xoxo
What My Thanksgiving Is AboutLola Lobato - November 28, 2013 2:19 pm Â
This is what my Thanksgiving is all about. This is what makes me happy and I am most thankful for. I am so thankful to have my family cooking with me in my kitchen. Those close by and far away, we are all together. After a burn, a cut, a garden umbrella knocked over by the wind, a couple burned dishes to restart, a fallen pie, I couldn’t be happier.
Ok everyone, don’t forget to not eat too much for lunch before Thanksgiving. You don’t want to be too full, even though if you are cooking it all looks delicious. It makes me think though, what will we do if we don’t have enough food? Anyone do delivery tonight?
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