zucchini fritters and cranberry old fashioned

  1. Susan Kelley says:

    I am so enjoying Kelly’s recipes! Some are amazing! She is so creative. Being your daughter-in-law,she should be . Thanks for the posts,stay safe.(I will ad some grated onion to the fritter mix, have to have onoins!)

    • Beth Djalali says:

      love onions too. this recipe calls for scallions. i’ve taken over the recipe helm again at SaaCA. but i hope you are following kelly’s blog Djalali Cooks. she’s an amazing chef! here’s the link:

      • Susan Kelley says:

        Love the cat. We have a King Charles9Down sized from a shepard.I read Kelly’s post everyday and have tried most of them. She is a good creative cook- the best kind who can adapt to what’s missing and subsitute stuff

  2. Thank you for sharing your receipe today
    and Oscar. He is a beautiful dog.
    What are the pictures of the cat? I have
    2 of them myself.

  3. Lindsey A says:

    Definitely looking forward to the weekend – we pick up our new puppy tomorrow! And my daughter turns 8 on Monday so we are celebrating that this weekend too.

    I agree on the right glassware – and stems. I don’t drink much, but when I do, I want my whites to be chilled and my reds to be room temperature – not warmed up by my hands! Not to mention the varieties are all so pretty too, and look great in glass fronted cabinets.

  4. Kris says:

    Hi Beth!
    Luv this post!
    Zucchini fritters look yummy. Nice to have new ideas for getting my veggies.
    Oscar is handsome as usual. Really beautiful photos of Ollie! Lighting is very nice.
    All that said, the best part is your outfit!
    Somehow relaxed and elegant at the same time! It works for so many situations. Made sure I pinned it so I can remember to put this gem together for me. Thanks.

  5. Carroll says:

    I love your animal print footstool!!

  6. Andrea says:

    Yum🥂. Perfect timing to use up our stash od cranberry juice from the holidays.

    Glad to hear you are getting a break. I think we all need to have a nice slow exhale. We are experiencing a mix of snow, rain, freezing rain and frost! I can hardly wait for my vaccine so I can visit my children/grands. My son is a surgeon, so has had his with no side affects and a couple of our Dr. friends who are still active have also had theirs with no affects either. Patience is a virtue but reality is difficult 🤣.

    Enjoy your exhale, Beth, and let your son spoil you. 🎁

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