Nothing too exciting here. It was my birthday last weekend and it didn't even occur to me until the last minute to bake anything for the occasion. I had baked this apple pie just because I had the apples and wanted to try the recipe. It was good, better chilled instead of warm because of the cream part, but I can't make an honest assessment because I accidentally doubled the salt in the crust. Yikes!
That potato soup was, undoubtably, the best I've ever made. I used yukon gold potatoes, loosely followed Pioneer Woman's recipe, and thickened it with a white sauce I learned about by watching Julia Child reruns (c. 1956). I might be able to duplicate it but don't hold your breath.
Last but not least, and first in the photos, I needed a meal for two and I had leftover couscous for one and a salmon portion for one, so I made spinach and kale salads, topped with couscous and bits of salmon. It was delicious, but didn't last long in our bellies on this adventure down the Decker's Creek Rail Trail:
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