I don’t think I’ve ever done this. I’ve always told you the menu. Every Wednesday for 195 weeks, my choices have been in this space, recorded in black and white. But today…
I’m just not ready to tell you what I’m making. Perhaps it’s panic. What if I make the wrong choice this week? Or perhaps it’s denial. What if I’m not ready for it to be over?
I can tell you this much: there will be pumpkins and squashes. There will be peanuts and peanut butter. And there will be, I assure you, some kind of dessert.
Because I just don’t know how to celebrate the ending without a little something sweet.
So, bear with me, friends…
The first recipe will be up tomorrow.
3 Quick Recipes for Zimbabwean Pumpkin and Squash [Recipe]
Three amazing recipes: 1) Acorn squash roasted with corn and cheese 2) Peanut Butter Butternut Squash 3) Cinnamon Pumpkin
Zimbabwe Candy Cake | Chikenduza [Recipe]
A dense, yeasty cake with sweet icing. A favorite in Zimbabwe’s city bakeries.
And here’s a proverb to ponder:
“A ripened fruit does not cling to the vine.”
Proverb from Zimbabwe