부산맛집 The classification of restaurant business

The classification of the restaurant business:   The Neo-Catering   It is another type of cooking brought into the world from the requirements of society. A useful model is the Mc Donald’s or Burger King organization. Think about the Drive.   The distinctions contrasted with everyday cooking are:   faster administration (we are situated towards … Read more

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ELEANOR LANGUISHES, BIRCH THRIVES, SILKY WOOL PUT OUT IN COLD

Apparently, even though I started Lady Eleanor like three months ago and have been planning her since the summer, the entire blogging universe has beaten me to the finish. It’s pathetic, really. She still awaits her fringe. I’ve just been so pressed for time lately, and the thought of sitting around tying five billion knots in yarn instead of … Read more

SPIDERS DAY O’ YARN DYEING FUN!

I owe a HUGE thank you to Marie of Brooklyn Handspun for inviting me to the Spiders Knit yarn dyeing day she hosted at her beautiful, spacious, gorgeous, adult, apartment of which I am not even the slightest jealous no siree bob. Anyhoo, Marie is a professional fiber artist who spins and dyes her own beautiful stuff, and she … Read more

COMING TO TERMS WITH COLCHIQUE

Remember me? I’m back from my sojourn in the bottom of Jessica’s dresser: Pattern: Colchique, from Phildar Irlandais 2004 Yarn: School Products Cashmere, DK weight Needles: US 5 Notes: Motivated by the first finished Colchique at the Colichique Knitalong, I’ve decided to confront the demons in my own little blue “pull.” Forgive the grainy photos and the fact that … Read more

POMFOOLERY

As promised, here’s a photo of our Solstice Tree: Okay, okay, this is not a full-body shot of the tree, whom we’ve named Rosalind (Roz for short). This was the only daytime photo I took, and while she looks lovely to us with her glittering night lights, she claims she doesn’t photograph well that way. Anyway tomorrow is … Read more

IRISH HIKING SCARF

Pattern: Irish Hiking Scarf, free pattern from Hello Yarn Yarn: School Products Worsted Weight Cashmere Needles: US 8 Lantern Moon straight needles Recipient: Undecided Notes: This is the millionth Irish Hiking Scarf you’ve seen. But no matter – it’s a lovely, simple pattern, perfect for typical amounts of stash yarn. And in this case, quite the stash yarn … Read more

MUSHROOM TART, LOOKIN’ SHARP

Mushroom Tart

As you know, pumpkin, bacon, and sage are an ingredient trio held in high esteem here at Fig and Plum. Now they’re joined by another frequent player in our kitchen: mushroom, spinach, and goat’s milk / sheep’s milk cheese. A while back I recommended Warm Quinoa, Spinach, and Shitake Salad, and Sunday night’s Mushroom Tart elevated these three to … Read more

LIGHTENING YOUR WALLET SINCE 2002

Heh heh. (nervous laughter while glancing over at burgeoning stash) Jillian pointed out that Little Knits is having a sale on bags of Noro Silk Garden for $75, through October 27. I bit. A bag of color 217 is coming my way for Lady Eleanor. After being so good at Rhinebeck, I’m entitled to a little enhancement, no? … Read more