Urban Epicurean

by Lisa Donovan

Now that my son is in school and my daughter is almost two-years-old, I am finally able to renew my passion for food and cooking. Back in the day (i.e. college) I used to love cooking up large meals and inviting all my closest friends for an evening of wine and some of the best food (if I do say so myself) available in the Northwest Florida region. I would start cooking at noon and we would begin the revelry at 4pm. We would eat and drink until late into the night. It was a foodies dream come true.

Then lovely life happened and I have been so busy keeping up that the days of baking bread and making homemade pies have been hard to come by. But no more. Perhaps it is Spring. Perhaps it is just because I have been unable to do it for so long. I am not sure. What ever the reason, I am no longer able to keep my adoration of food exploration at bay. It all started a few days ago with rhubarb.

I am on a rhubarb quest — there has got to be more than just the iconoclastic rhubarb pie. And, whadda ya know, I have found more than just pie to create with this lovely vegetable. Not only have I found great ideas, I have also come across some neat info as to what exactly rhubarb is. So, enjoy my latest findings and feel free to share any rhubarb love that you may be feelin’.

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This entry was posted on Wednesday, March 29th, 2006 at 8:16 am and is filed under Cooking, Daily Living. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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