30 responses

  1. Lindsey (Mrs. LC)
    January 13, 2009

    I’m excited for cooler weather. 🙂 Your dessert looks yum, it reminded me of a healthy version of a cannoli, minus the outer shell. 🙂

    Hope this camera works out for you all through 2009 and beyond!!

  2. Laura
    January 13, 2009

    I’ve never heard of a boniato!

    Good luck with the new camera!

  3. Sara
    January 13, 2009

    I can’t believe this is your 5th camera in 11 months! Wow, that’s crazy! 🙂 For the sake of your wallet, I hope this one lasts for a while.

  4. Ryan
    January 13, 2009

    I am SO excited for the weather! It’s always amazing to me that it can be 80 degrees here one day and we’ve got freezing (almost) rain the next. I’m going to attempt to run tomorrow afternoon…

    All of your food looks so so good! Cool potato find too! I’ve never heard of those.

  5. Amy
    January 13, 2009

    As soon as I saw roasted “boniato”, i said what?! and then you quickly answered my question 🙂 great dessert! like faux-cheesecake. have a nice night meghann!

  6. Bridget
    January 13, 2009

    Good luck with the latest camera 🙂

  7. Mica
    January 13, 2009

    So…I figured I’d take the conversation from e-mail to blog comments!

    I totally forgot that you could use ricotta for things besides pasta. I’m going to have to give that a try!

  8. Nicole
    January 13, 2009

    Good luck with the new camera! Hopefully 2009 will be the year of nonbroken cameras.

  9. Sarah W.
    January 13, 2009

    yay for the new camera – that is SO exciting!

  10. Justy2003
    January 13, 2009

    It’s supposed to get in the freezing temps here in Houston tonight, too! And I’m supposed to do 5 miles tomorrow morning. I’m gonna brave the cold though…I ran in 18* weather at home over Christmas, so I figure I can do it in 30-something degree weather!

    Hope the new camera works out well for ya…and I hope it’s your only one for a while!

  11. Melissa S.
    January 13, 2009

    i sure hope you’re able to keep that camera alive for all of 09!!! fingers crossed for you!

    and man, it’s supposed to get that cold up here? i wonder if it’s going to be like that where we are down in big cypress…agg…i just know the rain today was absolutely NO FREAK’N FUN. haha.

  12. Meg
    January 13, 2009

    Love the new camera.

    I saw that gravy on her blog, and I am dying to make it! Looks delicious!

  13. triforhealth
    January 13, 2009

    We have freezing temps here in Wisconsin too!! It’s 7 below 0 already! Crazy…

  14. cassandra
    January 13, 2009

    Hey thanks for the post!!! I love all the new readers you are the best! Your dinner by the way looks awseome! i love boniato! Great use for it, looks tasty! That gravy looks good too, I love me some pepper jack!

  15. dailygoods
    January 13, 2009

    My friend is the exact same way with her cameras! I believeee she may be on #7 🙂

  16. Sharon
    January 13, 2009

    Wow, what a tasty day you had!
    And neat new camera!

  17. Heather Eats Almond Butter
    January 13, 2009

    2009 IS going to be the year of just one camera. I can feel it. 🙂

    I accidently bought one of those white sweet potatoes once. I was so confused after baking…tasted sweet, but looked like a white potato. Now I know I wasn’t crazy – thanks!

    Your dessert bowl looks delightful. I never buy ricotta cheese, but love the cottage. I should try ricotta. Maybe it will be my “new recipe” for next week. 🙂

  18. Allison
    January 13, 2009

    Seriously – 5 cameras? That’s crazy! I did forget though about the “dropping” that happened a week or two ago!

    That chickpea gravy looks heavenly, but I’m always scared of using yeast, I have no idea why!

    PS – Loved your Abbie pics this afternoon!

  19. Hangry Pants
    January 13, 2009

    I wonder if those are the potatoes that Andrea from Care to Eat makes. They always look white.

    Anyway, I would love the recipe for the chickpea gravy.



  20. carolinebee
    January 14, 2009

    YUM! You are such a daredevil in the kitch Meg! 😉 I’m excited for your new camera, I really hope you have better luck…Holy crap do u watch Biggest loser?? haha i’m watching it now it’s soo intense…anyways, I really enjoyed the Abbie pics today, we haven’t seen her for a while!!

  21. Sweet and Fit
    January 14, 2009

    what a cute new camera! ricotta is A-mazing in dessert-ish things…i gotta say, ur dessert looks so good!

  22. everydayrace
    January 14, 2009

    hahaha im glad you got a new camera 🙂

    cant wait to see you this weekend — we need a date night!!

  23. Marianne
    January 14, 2009

    Hurray for a new camera – looks all shiny and ready to go! I’ll be interested to see how the pics turn out (I’m in the market for a good point & shoot to suppliment my SLR).

    And chickpea gravy? Yes please! I’ll shoot you an email 😉 Dessert looks awesome too.

  24. Megan
    January 14, 2009

    mmm chickpea gravy!! chickpea ANYTHING is a winner for me 🙂

  25. strongandhealthy
    January 14, 2009

    Nice camera! Chickpea gravy sounds soooo good! Awesome dessert too!

  26. brandi
    January 14, 2009

    Hooray for the new camera!

    That dinner looks so good, and I have never heard of that potato 🙂

  27. lauren
    January 14, 2009

    i would love the chickpea gravy recipe! I have two cans that I need to use up!

  28. Alexia
    January 14, 2009

    I have a Nikon Coolpix now and my last camera was the same thing. I love both of them. The only reason I got a new one because my old one was 5 pixels. LOL! I think you will really like it. It’s also fun to play with all the settings.

    Dinner looks so good. I will have to try that Chickpea Gravy. Yummm! I have never heard of a Boniato. Looks interesting!

    I wish our coldest temps were in the 50s. 🙁

  29. Shelby
    January 14, 2009

    Pssh I totally missed this post for some reason! But again yay for the gravy! =)

  30. angiismyname
    January 14, 2009

    that dessert looks really good. I can’t believe you named your camera weirdo, thats just asking for it to break!

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