I didn’t get to write about last week’s episode, but Drew and Amy collapsing ever deeper into a young couple’s garden of sex and co-dependence was some heavy shit, man, and unlike anything else I’d ever seen portrayed on TV. But it’s like Crosby has suddenly become Ward Cleaver, while he’s surrounded by a bunch of characters in an Ingmar Bergman film, and it’s made all the more disconcerting by the fact that he hangs out with the lead of the new NBC comedy About A Boy (coming after the Olympics! Similarly, Sarah is great when she intersects with one of the more serious storylines, but she seems to spend most of her time worrying over guys, and one of those guys is so uninteresting that the show basically made him a virtuous doctor who works at a non-profit because they needed her to be instantly interested in him.And, yeah, the return of Camille has once again become a story about Zeek, but good Lord, there’s something so magnificent about the way that the two of them seem to be drifting apart. But then you go over to Hank trying to deal with the revelation that he, too, might have Asperger’s, and it’s just riveting stuff, beautifully detailed and utterly unlike anything else on TV.Stay tuned for exclusive interviews with the Victoria Secret Angels, Eva Mendes and dating experts that have appeared on Oprah!! The balance on this season of Parenthood is all off, right? I’m still completely on board with the slow dissolution of Joel and Julia’s marriage (but mostly because I’m pretty sure that Jason Katims trained at the hand of Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick and will pull out of this marital tailspin soon enough), which has been rendered in heartbreaking, intimate detail.
This tart was a pure impromptu caused by our unexpected garden find – squash flowers.
You can enjoy the results as soon as within 3 days.
Use it in variety of stews, dressings, sauces and gravies in upcoming fall and winter and they will always remind of the beautiful and warm summer afternoon you were making them.
Leeks and fine cheddar cheese were already in my fridge waiting to blow some lacto-ovo-vegetarian minds and the squash flowers have sparked the tart idea. FYI, Perron is the oldest cheese factory in Quebec, and is the only private company exporting its cheese to England for more than a century.
They also produce the best fresh curd squeaky cheese I’ve ever tried in my life, so if you are in that area and wish to try a fool-proof best poutine in the world (I’m not lying), don’t miss the opportunity and stop by a little bistro Chez Perron in the Saint-Prime town.