This was the question that was asked by my mother every day when we spoke. We both enjoyed talking about food.
She passed away in 2006. I miss someone asking that question.
So this is where I will tell whomever what I am making for dinner.
A little of this and a little of that equals a darn good dinner. Fresh spinach, red pepper, zucchini, red onion, Parmesan, Provolone and salami. Some eggs and seasoning and you have a fantastic frittatta.
I stopped by Bishops last night and saw beautiful figs. I am currently reading The Stolen Fig. I had given the book to my Dad to read. He loved reading books about Italy. In the book it is mentioned that figs are ripe twice a year. The early summer figs, which are meant to be eaten fresh and the August and September figs when they are used more for drying or preserving. When I saw these in the store I had to buy them. I filled them with goat cheese and some peppered honey. They were delicious.