I have been telling my sister, Rebekah, for a while now that I think she needs to start blogging meals that she makes. Can I hear an, "Amen Sister!!" She has a very rustic, delicious, and healthy approach to cooking. She cooks from scratch, and even makes her own bread, noodles, and butchers her own chickens...yep, you heard me right! She taught me how, but the whole time, I couldn't get an image of a little baby out of my head, so needless to say, there was a lot of squealing by me and coming-to-the-rescue by her!
So, as I'm an avid fan of her cooking, I asked her to do a tutorial on one of her meals...she let me pick from her menu she had planned for the week...and as her Onigiri tutorial has been the most viewed vlog I've done yet, I have no doubt this video will be a hit as well!
It's a little lengthy compared to my other vlogs, but I'm telling you, IT'S WORTH WATCHING because this meal is so simple and delicious!!
Thanks, Bek!! Oh, and just in case you missed the memo on the other other post, she's pregnant. Again, I think she looks fantastic, but I know she'd appreciate that sidenote as she doesn't feel as cute as I think she looks! :)
“May those who love us, love us; and those who don't love us, may God turn their hearts; and if He doesn't turn their hearts, may he turn their ankles so we'll know them by their limping.”
- An Irish Blessing
Oh, those Irish!! Here's to straight ankles! :)