June blogging updates!

Sunnies and sous vide new york steak. Fresh Salsa and sautéed mushrooms. June blogging updates!

I’ve been busy at work and also looking for a new home here in LA. The search is over for now. I’m going to be renting out a place soon and by soon I mean in a week or so. I’ve been prepping for the move. I think I have pretty much everything ready. I’m excited to be living closer to work again and to have a bigger kitchen. The light inside the place is nice, soft but plentiful. So hopefully I will be doing a bit more natural light photography soon.  I much rather use natural light but as you may know… I’m a late night cook.  That’s when I have time.  

Hot pork tamales stuffing recycle project. Pasta. June blogging updates!

I haven’t forgotten about my blog by the way. Pictures of food keep piling up on my hard drive week after week and I can’t seem to get in the rhythm of blogging or find a good window to do so. This is one hot summer in LA so my indoor kitchen cooking tends to be a bit more limited. No hot ovens or pots of boiling water but lots of sous vide cooking. I don’t have A/C in here either. I don’t have a yard or a grill so there’s that too. I’m thinking of getting an electric grill though. Something small, easy to clean and super hot. If you have any suggestions, please direct them my way.  

Cooking pasta in my cast iron pot. June blogging updates!

 

My cheese project still in the works. To make aged cheese takes a long time. I finally waxed my parmesan cheese last week. It’s only about a month of age. It will be 6 months by the time I run out of patience and cut into it to check it out, I don’t think I can wait any longer. I will make other batches during the year but my first cheese, I can’t wait to try it! And that’s one of the posts I’m saving for the winter time. Also, I’m planning on putting together my recipe index and a couple other section, but I just have to find the time or forgo sleeping all together.  Anyways, just wanted to give you guys a few updates today, the last day of June. One friggin’ hot day! Take care! 

Arepas with chalula sauce and omelette.  June blogging updates!

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4 comments

  1. I bet you can’t wait for the moment to try your cheese! I’ve never done that but I’d love to. A couple of years back I cured olives and was quite impatient! Your photos, as usual, are superb. Have a great weekend!

    1. how do you cure olives? is that using lye? And yes! I cant wait to try it i will be making other cheeses that dont require as much time to age while i wait hahah. thanks for your beautiful comments! have a great weekend too!

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