Nearly Ordained Cafe is where I keep track of the posts I write about the spirituality of food, cooking, baking, and gathering around the table. If you are curious about the name, follow this link for the full story.
Just a few notes about my cooking profile: Officially, I’m a pescatarian because I do eat fish on occasion, but I’d say 99% of my cooking is vegetarian. Thankfully, I live with a carnivore who doesn’t mind and even enjoys vegetarian cuisine. When I do cook a meat dish for him, its usually a last minute add in to something I’ve made vegetarian for me. I try to cook from semi-scratch– i.e. I don’t make my own broth, I use canned veggies from time to time, and every once in a while I even embrace the ease of making a cake from a mix. That being said most of our food budget is spent on fresh produce that I incorporate into our meals or that we eat raw.
Let’s see what else should you know… My favorite food is pizza, especially from We the Pizza in DC. I always start my day with a cup of coffee. Recently I’ve started always keeping a small stash of dark chocolate almonds on hand for a relatively guilt-free snack. [smile]
Past posts with recipes/blogs about cooking or the spirituality of food:
- “Saturday Morning: In 3 acts”
- “The Case of the Disappearing Spaghetti Squash”
- “Saturday Picnics and Sunday Potlucks“
- “Haunted by Death”
- “Fiesta Night”
- “His and Hers: Coffee”
- “His and Hers: Waffles”
- “Cupcakes for Caleb’s Birthday”
- “The Saga of My First Pintrocity”
- “From our table to yours”