What the heck happened?!
We certainly didn't starve, especially if you have watching Feeding My Ohana on FB or Insta, but I am still figuring out empty nest cadence.
And while the election results rocked our entire household's world, close-to-home events like Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's work travel, family-related travel, graduations, aging relatives, downsizing the house, various corporate restructuring, the occasional head cold, and moving birdies out, in and out again, all happened.
Without going down a political minefield, I'm navigating how I can be a positive difference in my corner of the world, particularly now that children I have watched grow up are graduating from high school and college, and entering the workforce. It should be a more equal playing field for them than it was for me.
What I am happy to continue to share is our proper Sunday meal, and finally, getting back to a weekly meal cycle.
Here is our proper Sunday meal, all the tastier on our non-chippy dishes. If anyone is looking for new dishes, let me know. I looked around. A LOT.
Misoyaki salmon--an old favorite for the new house
Musubi and family
A simple salad with a box of greens, beets that I cooked earlier in the week, a handful of nuts and raspberries, drizzled with blueberry balsamic vinegar.
Thank you all for hanging with me through the radio silence. There was much to share along the way, and I'm looking forward to getting back to the blog and cooking in the new place!