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That's interesting, Spud. I admit, if I saw Watermelon Roll in the store I'd be inclined to try it also. I'm curious as to what you didn't like about it.
I find many artificially flavored sherbets to be overly sweet for my tastes.
Yesterday, at WinCo foods, I saw something interesting, that I "had" to buy. It's a Watermelon Roll. Watermelon and Lemon Sherbet with chocolate chip seeds. Not the best tasting thing I've eaten, but kind of a nice treat.
Daniel, cooking wouldn't be any fun if one didn't experiment every once and awhile. That goes for trying different varieties of garden veggies.
It's too early for pumpkin pie (in my opinion). I grew some. Actually, they were volunteer plants. I get a lot of volunteers--squash and tomatoes for sure.
A very good article! I reminded myself to eat slower and with more attention.
I enjoyed reading the article, Daniel. I love Greek food and their "family style" way of partaking. I want to move there!
However, the French method really sounds good--wine, bread, cheese, etc! So the author thinks "the paradox" is solved by walking. I'm a believer!
Quiche with chard for me tonight. Homemade pizza last night. How'd the tamale turn out, Daniel?
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