Food Celebrations: Homecooked, Family foods, and the Grateful Crow

Here are a few of my culinary adventures as of late.

Can you have too many pictures of food?

Above is the Roasted Beet Caprese from the Grateful Crow in Chelsea. Absolutely delicious. The cheese drops on each beet have the most amazing herbs in them. I mixed them into every bite.

Below, Harvey’s burger and truffle fries. The sauce was sweet with a kick. I am kind of a wimp about spicy sauces ha…so one bite was enough for me! Not pictured is all the water I am making Harvey drink. 🚰

Fun fact about Chelsea is that Jeff Daniels owns a couple of restaurants in the area. Apparently, he is originally from there. We will have to go back for more deliciousness.

In other culinary adventures, my sister-in-law is an amazing cook and she totally spoiled us when we went to her place for Thanksgiving. Below are some of the amazing foods she and my nieces made for us in the non-Turkey meal. I’m going to ask her permission to see if I can share some of her other recipes with you. She is such a good cook and she works really hard to plan ahead and keep healthy foods available.

Everything below was amazing, but the real show-stopper in my opinion was the stuffed mushrooms at the bottom of this picture. I love mushrooms.

Also, not to brag, but I totally put the mozzarella balls on the Caprese skewers.

Apple Galette below.

Hope you’re having a wonderful start to your week!



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