The Internet Kitchen: Bike Learnin’


The Internet Kitchen: Bike Learnin’

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Since we’ve moved to Denver, I’ve been getting more into biking. I really do think it’s the best way to get around a city assuming you live in a city that is bike friendly!

One problem with bike riding though is that bikes tend to break a lot. If you’re putting 5-10 miles a day on a bike, it’s going to break. It’s also really annoying to take it into a shop to fix minor stuff.

Me being me, I figured I could sort of teach myself the basics of bike maintenance, but it just wasn’t working. I would watch youtube videos and stuff and get nowhere fast!

So I decided to get some real training. I had my first intro class to bike maintenance on Tuesday and it was amazing. I learned more about bikes in an hour than I’ve learned in the last six months. I can’t wait to learn more!

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The Links

Remembering Judy Rodgers – I was really sad to hear about Judy Rodgers passing away this week. She has always been a food writer and chef that I look up to. I never met her, but this post is a fantastic tribute and definitely worth a read. (@ Ruhlman)

Five Minute Bourbon Balls – Bets and I are hosting a holiday party this weekend and these might be on the menu. They look wonderful and I love that I can make them quickly since I’ll be working on many other dishes also. (@ Sprinkle Bakes)

Serious Mulled Wine – Another item that might be on our party menu this weekend. Toss everything together in a crockpot and it’s done! I might add some cinnamon sticks for good measure. (@ Endless Simmer)

Eggplant Fries with Honey – I’ve made eggplant fries before and they are always a hit. Honey and sea salt though? That’s genius level. (@ Sippity Sup)

polentadishThis Week’s Meal Plan

Polenta, or grits, gets kind of a bad rap, but it’s such a flexible ingredient. It also happens to be one of my favorite winter foods because it’s really warming and filling. This week’s meal plan centers around the beauties of polenta!

You can sign up now for Macheesmo Meals and get a free week to try out this plan and the others (there are now over a dozen total) and see if you like them!

Click here to get started!

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