Yep. If you’re thinking this is going to have little if anything to do with Macs, you’re spot on. But I had to post this.
You see, Da Minx sent me this link to a blog called Anne’s food (on an empty stomach, no less!), and I thought to myself, “I’ve got to share this with folks!”. Reading through the recipes my mind immediately went into the mode of:
“Food… fooood… Yummy fooooood!”
Say what you want, but I’m willing to bet there are plenty of you out there who go through the same thing when your appetite is whetted just right.
“But Harlem, what does this have to do with Macs?!?” Quite frankly, my friends, nothing. But Mac-lovers gotta eat too! And this one in particular loves good food! I love a really good geeking out session with my Mac, but the results are usually better on a full stomach, and if the meal is a good one then all the better! 😀
Anne writes that she loves “reading about food, writing about food, cooking food and.. not surprisingly, eating food”. That’s the kind of person I want to get recipes from. I sense the dedicated soul who can tell me what the tried-and-true really are out there. This is a good thing, my Mac-loving friends. I, for one, don’t always have the time to find out the tried-and-true in the food world when I’m trying to do it in the Mac world. For this reason I’m really glad Da minx sent it my way.
Anne’s site has a search engine I’m pretty sure I’ll be using rather often in the future. …uh oh. I just went to the “Dinner, meat” pull down menu and chose “Amazing slow-cooked meat”. Oh my..! This is bad. This is really bad. I’m hungrier than I ought to be. I have to eat. And soon!
BTW, for all you who want to know what Swedish Meatballs really taste like, she’s got you covered. For my American readers out there, try those Swedish Meatballs on your Christmas table this year. I’m thinking they’re gonna be a hit. While you’re at it, why not consider the Swedish Christmas Ham, which your’s truly has the honor of preparing every Christmas in our home. (My secret is in my choice of mustard 😉 ).
Okay. That’s all I can stand for now. I need to go and eat some breakfast!