Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Hello!

Hi.
I'm Jenny Wren.
I cook for me and my husband, Jeff, in Louisiana.
While it's not exactly cooking, I also feed Nutmeg.


Nutmeg is a Netherland Dwarf rabbit. She, like myself, is a vegetarian. I've often heard people refer to what vegetarians eat as 'rabbit food', but while Nutmeg and I do like a lot of the same things, our eating styles are very different. Since I went veg, I have spent a lot of time in the kitchen. I occasionally follow a recipe to the letter, but I usually use recipes more as inspiration, and when I have the time I like to create my own dishes. So that's what this blog is about. Cooking, Eating, and petting the bunny.


7 comments:

Kiss or Kill said...

Hey I like the way you rblog is set up. While Dale and I haven't taken theleap to vegeterian, we have cut out dairy and things with gluten in it whcih pretty much takes care of any bread. I also cut out soy as it doesn't do well with my system. Though this x-mas I will be making Pulla, it's becomea tradition. It's a cardomum bread with a cardomum butter, so we'll be breaking both dairy and gluten for one day.Anyways Tata.

Sonic Reducer Radio said...

Hey man! Nice recipe bloggity blog. I wish I could commit to veganism. But that rabbit looks pretty tasty...

Jenny Wren said...

Mags- Thanks! Pulla sounds delicious. I will have to track down a recipe on the internets.

Jannell- You eata my rabbit, I smasha you face!

nolajazz said...

i'm getting better at making things up. the other day i used some apple cinnamon jiffy mix, apple pie filling, and little milk - ended up with some sort of apple bread pudding. wasn't half bad, although my guinea pig did not partake. i very much enjoy reading your blog :) also, i miss you.

Haylee said...

J-to the-enn-ay

I love your blog and your cute little bunny Hazelnut. I mean Nutmeg! Your food looks absolutely delish! Can't wait to try some of the recipes :)

Anonymous said...

I know this is probaby a stupid question..."but Momma always said"...oh you know the rest!

Anyway....is Nutmeg house broken and how do you go about training a rabbit?

Jenny Wren said...

Hello 'Anonymous'--It's not a silly question at all. Most people ask the same thing. These folks can say it far better than me though.

http://www.rabbit.org/

If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!