Hey all! I know it’s been a short minute since you have heard from me. Karl and I spent last weekend with dear friends and family celebrating our nuptials; we eloped back in September while in Colorado for his friends wedding reception.
When in Rome… Or, in this case, Colorado- you can get married on a mountian! And since CO doesn’t require an officiant or witnesses, you can be quick and intimate about it. Say your words, sign the paper, return it to city hall. Get the shiny embossed copy the next business day, or wait until your friends drive to Wisconsin for your wedding reception. Either way, it can happen how ever you want it, and it happened for us.
I am so thrilled. This is my husband Karl. He is fabulous. And I love him. So very much.
Now that we have sufficiently celebrated with a trifecta of awesomeness: foods + friends+ musics = I can get back to work.
We threw a pretty epic little house party to celebrate.
This week though!
Nice little set of lunches for the early weekend, for some day long meetings. These folks prefer to eat more organic, with most leaning toward vegetarian and gluten free. I do like to incorporate some meat for those that do partake (usually on the side) so I make sure I get the best from our local producer Hometown Sausage Kitchen. I used produce from Lotfotl and garlic from Rohrganics. There’s this guy,-Mike- who works out of the same kitchen that I do, he makes this really incredible hummus. It’s so good, I literally dont make it- I just call him.
Oh! I made my first batch of gluten free crackers! I used the same amazing recipe that I shared with you a few blog posts back, with a gluten free flour blend I had found at Costco. They turned out perfect. The only thing is do different is grate some garlic cloves right on top before adding the salt & pepper.
Also my biscuits are being featured at a local community breakfast (over in Rochester). The great thing I’ve discovered about being a small business owner is the level of support that I get from other small business owners. Its a growing network and we all want to see each other succeed. Pretty radical!
Well, I think I’m going to wake up my kids, and go see what this brunch is about. Have a great week!!