Due to an unforeseen and unfortunate series of events we’ve discovered that safety bids us rewire our home. Gaaaaaaccckkk! Aside from the killer expense (more Gaaaaaccckkk!) and inconvenience of having wires dangling everywhere, there is also the attendant problem of dust, bane of cameras and food. Arrhythmia in the heartbeat of life are never welcome, but this could have been far worse. And as it happens Jody’s going to be in Haiti this next week, conferring with the the hospitality engineers in the new Partners in Health hospital in Mirebalais.
Once the wiring is finished, we’ll have to paint. We’re hoping we’ll land on the other side of this with only a week lost. Our preserved limes are definitely ready and incredibly delicious. If, like us, you harbored doubts, harbor no more–make them! We’ve also got a great dish involving ras al hanout coming up. In the meantime, if you’re not treasuring the opportunity to scroll through previous posts, you might check out a few blogs I’ve only recently discovered and enjoyed: Mrs. Portly’s Kitchen, My Home Food That’s Amore and The Kitchen’s Garden.
Seeing what someone else has found appetizing in the blogosphere is akin to getting a few moments to study your dinner hosts’ bookcases, a socially-acceptable form of voyeurism. If you’re game, you might check out my Food to Try board on Pinterest. See you when we’re back on the grid! Enjoy. Ken