necessity is the mother of invention {& that's why we're here, friends} we dance to the music, we play in the kitchen & sometimes that means one of us breaks the wine glasses {we're not saying who} the cook is a cubicle-warmer/learning & development specialist by day, & a writer/photographer/kitchen goddess by night who has fun inventing healthy things she can actually eat we seriously both need capes & a kick-ass theme song & the baker is a catering delivery superhero; no job too big or too early or too floral not to come home & make magic with a mixer & an oven we are always gluten-free, dairy-free, & magically delicious now, somebody turn up the music! we're about to get our dance on!

29 September 2008

sangria {a shameless plug}

Where in the world have I been?

Not starving, I assure you. It is most definitely the case that I post the least here, sharing my latest culinary discoveries once inspiration strikes. As I've been dealing with a variety of life issues -- who doesn't have them, really? -- this space has gone (no pun intended) to the back burner. I think it's safe to say that my intent with this space has changed -- I'm going to leave it open and post new things when there are new things to share. Other than that, it's not going to be a priority.

That being said, I have to share this. There is nothing original about it, but I have to share because in the less than three months since I discovered this recipe, I have used it three times.

Strictly speaking, there's nothing particularly healthy about this sweet and tart adult beverage. But we've gotta have a little fun every now and then, don't we?

So here you go: a recipe for a positively delightful sangria.

(And yes, it's totally gluten-free and dairy-free).