Experimental cooking can be a source of deep joy--or agony--depending on how it turns out. The perfect meal shared with a good companion puts me in a deliciously good mood. But unhealthy, un-tasty, untimely meals put me in a frump. This is my quest for good foods and good moods.
I can't help but buy the most unusual veggie I can find at my local farmers market. These made a tasty sauté for lunch last Wednesday. The purple one tasted like broccoli to me, but I was assured it was cauliflower that was just"grown out a little bit more."