(You see, JD and resolutions don't get along all that well...)
So, whatever it's called, my goal includes:
Cleaning up the study
- (AKA: small room that CH and I delusionally call "The Study" to make our apartment sound bigger)
- Of course, this includes saving/filing the good articles/recipes, too
- So far, this means instituting a weekly Saturday post for recipes that I've tried from other people's blogs
- In other words: grocery shopping less/not at all for a period of time, yet to be determined
The best part is that my blog can potentially benefit from all of these things (uh...clearly #3), and it's safe to assume that my sanity can as well. Not only is organization is good for the mind/soul, but I find recycling things/throwing them out so damn therapeutic. Seriously.
Thus, on that very long-winded note, I present to you the first of my new "Saturday Veg Blog Recipes" postings - Maple Corn Fritters.
I found these tasty breakfast goodies on Joni's Just the Food blog. They immediately caught my eye because of the maple syrup and cornmeal combo. Plus, I already had all of the ingredients in my kitchen (or so I thought), and was looking forward to "drowning" them in syrup and Earth Balance butter.
Overall, the corn fritters were pretty good. They did stick to the pan a bit, and some of them were a little too thick to cook adequately in the middle, but that was probably my fault. Regardless of that, I enjoyed having such an indulgent breakfast - sopping up all of that butter and syrup was the best part!