bibimbap on the dock.

This post starts and ends at M.’s house — which is a good thing, because lately her cooking has been way more inspired than mine. (I’m pretty thankful that she invites me over to enjoy it with her.)

Bibimbap on M.’s dock.

Bibimbap at sunset.

Sunset.

Supermoon.

Recap. No, really. I read about this somewhere in the blogosphere and bought three (two for me, one as a gift) immediately. I’ve got one on a mason jar I’ve been using as a water bottle, and the other one has been capping everything from salad dressing to deliciously portable green drink. I can’t wait until they are available for wide mouth mason jars.

Savory popcorn to accompany last week’s grading. (I haven’t made anything to go with this weekend’s final round.)

And these: smoked salmon blinis with dill and creme fraiche. At M.’s house, clearly. I did help, by bringing the yeast and by manning the griddle. These were a wonderful way to start Monday.

(For those of you playing along, you’re right: I’m a week behind. My grades are due tomorrow morning, and then I’ll be working to get my blog closer to real time.)

 

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5 thoughts on “bibimbap on the dock.

  1. Delicious! I want to eat all of it! Good luck getting caught up — and yay for being done!

  2. Those smoked salmon blinis looks amazing!

    I’ve been cleaning out our sun room (which was used for storage over the winter), and unfortunately a bunch of the clutter was moved to the kitchen, where it promptly cramped my cooking mojo for a couple of weeks. Memorial Day was clean-out day, and now we’re back in business! Thank goodness — I couldn’t handle another hummus sandwich or carry-out Thai food.

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