19 Aug



-What Inspired me this week?-

The documentary “How To Cook Your Life” – about baking bread and Tassajara!

Nigella Lawson’s cookbook “How To Be A Domestic Goddess”   – I’m working on it Nigella!

I’m currently obsessed with blogs (can’t imagine why?) Favorite this week…

A Cup Of Joe

My “French For Dummies” Audio tapes. Oui! Oui!

Purple Hydrangea’s

-What am I grateful for this week?-

Jennifer of Manifestation Yoga . She is such generous, kind and inspiring soul. I am truly thankful for her support. All of you that live in LA, do yourself a favor and get to one of her yoga classes. She’s a gifted teacher and her classes are a joy.

My mother who is a constant support in my life. Thanks for shooting peach pie pics and for being my staff editor!

That Chantal and Sebastian are finally home! Going to meet them right now for a walk!

Thursday night date nights.

-What surprised me this week?-

How terribly hard pie crust is to make. Geesh.

How much readers liked reading about my Dad!



“Gratitude is a vaccine, an antitoxin, and an antiseptic”

John Henry


3 Responses to “323”

  1. Crystal August 19, 2011 at 8:56 am #

    Purple hydrangeas are awesome! 🙂 I love em too…and reading about both of your parents, of course… :o)

  2. Campbell Whitman August 20, 2011 at 4:55 am #

    A tip to making a great pie crust is actually freezing the butter in it’s whole form and then using a cheese grater to grate it into the dry mixture. And the liquid ingredients you add (ice water, yolk & water, etc….) must be COLD!

    • katemcclafferty August 20, 2011 at 7:57 am #

      Ohhhh that’s brilliant! I think I am going to love the input of a chef on my cooking adventures 🙂

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