One of the highlights of our holiday breakfasts was an Emu egg I got at the farmers’ market. It was about 7″ long, and I calculated it was about 6 eggs worth of egg. We drilled holes in either end, blew out the egg, and made a frittata. Then I packed the shell away with the Christmas ornaments.
And while my pile of books to read remains unread, I did get some new kitchen tools. When in LA, the house I was staying in had these great citrus squeezers. I’ve been through many in my search for the perfect squeezer, but these are the best I’ve found. I promptly broke one by squeezing a very hard lime too enthusiastically. As I had to replace it for the owners of the kitchen, I bought myself a set:
So we are starting the new year with some new gadgets, but low energy. Hopefully, it will revive with the sun. Meanwhile, I’m enjoying being lazy.