Gourmet Fury | Food, Travel, Recipe Blog in Vancouver Best Meal of 2013 – Alinea in Chicago 2013 was marked by a series of challenges, some of which resulted in growth. This might have been my busiest year yet and I’m simultaneously surprised and relieved that I made it through. Since I haven’t had much time to blog, I’ll quickly fill you in with what I’ve been up to.
Is it just me, or does Mother’s Day seem like a bigger deal than Father’s Day? I think both parents are equally important in a child’s life, and dads deserve a lot of credit as well. In honor of Father’s Day, I’m partnering with Oreo to give a lucky reader a care package! As a young girl, I lived in Korea with my mom and sister, while my dad lived in New York. I don’t remember a lot, but I do remember being obsessed with Oreo cookies. I think came to associate Oreos with my dad, since he brought Oreos as treats for us. Ambitious Delicious(ness)
Anne's Food My drink & pre-dinner snack - "A Passion for Bacon" with a sparkling Passionfruit drink, and Bacon Parmesan Shortbread. Any long term readers of this blog, you already know that every year, a group of my friends get together to make a fabulous dinner. We started back in 2006, and it happened to be on trettondagsafton, or Twelfth night, as January 5 is also called. (In Swedish, it's "13-day-eve".)
Well hello there. So. It’s been more than a little while since I last posted. 10 months to be exact. Apples and Butter
the arugula files Just about a year ago I wrote about feeding Josie. At that time, all was well with my little one year old. She was eating a variety of healthy foods. Then she turned two and guess what she got for her birthday?
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Happy Saturday! I hope you had a fabulous week and are ready to enjoy some relaxing down time. We have some car shopping planned for today, and tomorrow I have a baby shower for an old friend. It’s been so long since I’ve been to a shower, I don’t know what to do with myself! The weather should be pretty nice here, so I might be able to bust out a cute spring dress! As always, you’ll find a recap of what was posted to the site this week as well as some bookmarked recipes from other blogs. Brown Eyed Baker | Sweet. Savory. Sinful.
I had lunch with the cutest baby ever yesterday afternoon! Matthew is getting so big! And he’s standing up! And crawling… sort of. Carrots 'N' Cake - A Blog Devoted to a Healthy Balance
Sometimes, I struggle with the desire for a Sunday-worthy meal on a busy weeknight. A classic roast chicken, for example, is something I crave time and time again. To be honest, what I really crave are the 'rotisseries' I grew up eating in Paris. Chickens are roasted whole on large metal rods, and gently turn as the skin gets crispy and the meat stays nice and juicy, The fat from the chicken drips down and most butchers cook potatoes -- and sometimes lardons (strips of bacony goodness) -- under the roasting chickens so they get flavoured while they cook. Chocolate Shavings
January is here and we are smack dab in the middle of the football playoffs and that means that there is going to be plenty of snacking going on! Whether you are watching the games at home by yourself or with friends or if you are heading out tailgating, you are going to need plenty of tasty snacks! If you are looking to satisfy your cravings but want something a little lighter, I've got you covered, and without sacrificing anything in the way of flavour! With this in mind I have gathered together this list of recipes that has everything from healthy buffalo roasted cauliflower to dips, grilled meats, crispy vegetable fries, chilis and even some burgers and pizzas. It's easy to be healthier and still be tasty and this list of recipes is sure to please while watching the game! Closet Cooking
Snacks are part of the American way of life. We are a nation of snackers. Because I work from home, I have no "break room" stocked with drinks and snacks, but that doesn't mean I don't help myself to a nibble now and then. Cooking with Amy: A Food Blog
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Pretend your ass is glued to the desk chair. Decide you need some coffee. Talk yourself out of coffee. Find a Post-It you wrote a few weeks back that says "I am my varicose veins. I am my thrashed breasts." dash and bella
Dixie Caviar — Country chic cookin' First and foremost, let me just start by saying this coconut cake is my masterpiece . But it didn’t come easy. What you see here took lots (and lots) of licked fingers, too many slices to count, and a few more tears than I’d like to admit.
Happy New Year to all my readers, friends and family! Another beautiful year is upon us; a clean canvas to write on and make memories. We wish you all the best. Continue reading Stuffed Mushrooms in Creamy Tomato Sauce… These cookies are what dreams are made of. Almonds, orange blossom water and cardamom: ….they devise a heady combination and in my mind, they compose a realm of a blissful holiday in the Mediterranean or a balmy Indian summer. The Recipe Blog
Every time I make a stuffed mushroom recipe, I have to research the correct spelling – portobello or portabella. Have you ever Googled this topic? It’s more debated than most health information. Fake Food Free
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