I'm not sure why I used to think it was a finicky recipe, because it's really quite simple. And because you use so little of it to dress a salad, a batch will last for a couple of weeks, even if you make Caesar salad almost every night, like I have been doing lately.
After an extended dry spell, I am suddenly listening to a lot of new music again. Bands, record labels, and friends have been filling my mailbox and inbox with new releases. All that exposure to new cover art and liner notes has triggered a musical lusting in me, one that lay dormant for a couple of months.
But in amongst all that new music, it's been especially satisfying to rediscover some older music. Patti Smith's Horses was a record club discussion topic recently, and that discussion triggered memories of dorm rooms and musical awakenings. Stumbling upon Jim Bryson's The Falcon Lake Incident - an album which I bought at a show last year but never really listened to properly - brought back memories of long-forgotten Manitoba folklore, but more importantly, opened my ears to what an under-appreciated musical treasure Jim Bryson is.
Just when I thought I knew it all.
What have you rediscovered lately?