this is the real California girl, just crusin on four wheels down PCH.
whoa... has it been a year since the last post. Ok, well this os a good one.
Thank you PDN for this little shout out. I'm humbled and tickled.
My friend Ewan calls me back-of-the-fridge Bob. I don't take offense to this, I hate wasting food and if I can repurpose some things and make them delish, is that not a testament to one's talents as a cook? Perhaps, in the past, I have taken back-of-the-fridge-ing a bit too far, and clearly, Ewan won't let me forget.
This pix doesn't do the recipe justice. What would do it justice, is a picture of an empty pantry, happy baker, and chewy granola bars that disappear lightspeed. It gives me great pleasure to clean out jars with a quarter cup of nuts, scant bags of oats and dried fruit, full containers of very expensive seeds that I keep forgetting to use, you get the picture. I know you've been there.
Recipe found on The Yellow House
I switched the ingredients and you should too!
For the nuts and dried fruit I use 1/2 cup of each:
-dried gogi berries
-chopped raw almonds
C,V & A,
You lovelies make life that much brighter (at least 50 watts)!
love·ly [luhvlee] adjective, love·li·er, love·li·est.
1.charmingly or exquisitely beautiful. 2.having a beauty that appeals to the heart or mind as well as to the eye, as a person or a face3.delightful; highly pleasing: to have a lovely time. 4. of a great moral or spiritual beauty: a lovely character.noun,
5. Any person or thing that is pleasing, highly satisfying, or the like: Every person in the band is a lovely.