My daughter was having a pot luck luncheon at her job last week. She knew that one of the ladies is gluten-free, so she wanted to make something this woman could enjoy.
She spent a week running recipes by me, but when I saw this one, I knew she had a winner. I'm posting a link to the original recipe, but here is her final result.
Butternut Squash, Fennel & Apple Galette
The recipe is from a site called NutritionStripped.
"This Butternut Squash Fennel & Apple Galette is not only incredibly beautiful but a crowd pleaser. It’s made with slightly sweet and creamy butternut squash, tart apples, and fragrant fennel- a winning trio of fall flavors wrapped into a rustic gluten free and vegan galette, then sprinkled with fresh herb and a drizzle of olive oil."
Doesn't that sound like an intriguing combination?
All I can tell you is that not only did it garner raves at the luncheon, but apparently it was the only dish that had no leftovers. And people were emailing my daughter for the recipe.
I was not happy about the no leftovers part, and I told me daughter we'd be making this again soon!
In other things...
Mindy posted a picture of her snow yesterday, so I thought I'd show you this one. This is what happens when the weather people predict NO snow for you and then the storm tracks much more to the north than they expected.
I know you're all used to seeing pictures of Fenway, but the cat demanded equal time today. My daughter is away, so Bart wanted snuggles from dad.
|Fenway and Dad enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon.|
|Bart wants to join in.|
|Someone is not happy to have his daddy time interrupted.|
Not much else going on here. It's winter. It's cold. I'm ready for spring. Or more snow. We might get that this weekend. So probably not since they're predicting it.
I love snow when it's falling and when it's fresh, but here in the city, it doesn't take more than a few hours for it to look pretty nasty.
So how go things in your neck of the woods?