Not much happening here at the old Smith Bites homestead; there is still snow on the ground (‘Suprise!
I’m not going to lament about the weather – we all know the West Coast is in a drought and both the Midwest and Eastern seaboard have been buried in snow and ice for the last several weeks.
It was nearly seven years ago on a Palm Sunday weekend that The Professor found himself headed to the ER in an ambulance and me frantically calling my father-in-law for a ride to the hospital.
So these little bites came about because The Professor and I both really enjoy Indian food – and we don’t make it at home – although I’m not sure why.
2013 was a big year travel year for The Professor and me; we began in March and didn’t stop until right before Thanksgiving.
You know I’m a former Seattle girl, yes? And while I’m now an Indiana girl, I still miss the Pacific Northwest – the mountains, the food scene, friends and family who still live there and yes, even the weather .
Yes, I’m being mean – tempting those of you on a diet of cleanses, salads and carrot sticks. Just tuck this recipe away until after January, because gluten-free and grain-free or not, these are pretty damn good – so says The Professor.
The Professor and I managed to survive something called a ‘Polar Vortex’ – meaning temperatures for more than 48 hours were well below zero and windchill was a record-breaking -41 degrees.