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Nov 7, 2012 Posted by Mel on Nov 7, 2012 in Blog , Recipes , Veggies | 22 comments Mashed Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes are creamy, comforting, delicious… and can be a bullet train to CrankyTown, thanks to their direct route over the craggy heights of Insulin Spike Peak. But bow your head in gratitude to the cauliflower.
You know when someone becomes dependent on a drug… because normal life just doesn’t cut it anymore. (Not making light of the topic, just making an analogy here.) Well that’s what happened to me this summer with fruit. I started roasting peaches, strawberries and figs and raw fruit just didn’t hold a candle.
Sorry I keep making a bunch of Peeta food. You may recall the goat cheese and apple tart from when The Hunger Games came out in theaters. Don't hate, but I'm not actually on "team Peeta". I mean, don't get me wrong, Peeta's a cool person and everything, but Peeta and I are like... the same person. We're both bakers, we have a great sense of humor, we're really eloquent and good with words (HA), and neither of us would stand a chance on our own in the hunger games. You know, sometimes I wonder if he's actually my great-great-great grandson.
We keep it pretty minimal when it comes to toys for our kids on Christmas but yet somehow I feel like there’s STUFF everywhere! Anyone else feel this way? We’re swimming in Legos over here and just when I think I’ve cleaned up the last of them, I’ll step on one or one of my boys will drop their ships and Lego pieces go flying everywhere. I think my husband spent 6 straight hours on Christmas helping them build Legos. Seven layer dip is one of my favorites. But after a few people have dipped (hopefully not double-dipped), it starts to look like mush.
Note : The CrockPot Fruit Butter eBook is NOW AVAILABLE! Click here for more details. …now on to the good stuff… I adapted this easy recipe from Cake Student because I had everything on hand and it worked out beautifully. I used a little more water than the recipe called for, and I did add slightly more brown sugar and spices.
Back to school time is just around the corner in my neck of the woods. It’s hard to believe that in a few short weeks I’ll be buying No. 2 pencils and new tennis shoes, and that every grocery list will include a reminder about preschool snack. I’ll have 2 children in preschool this year, and providing snacks for their classes is always a challenge. More often than not at our preschool there is a recommended snack. Occasionally, though, I’ll sign up for a Parents’ Choice Day and I end up scratching my head about what to bring. To get a jumpstart on back-to-school snack and lunch planning, I thought it would be fun to try to coordinate the class snack with the letters of the alphabet.
I think some of the first words out of my son's mouth were "fruit snacks!" My son easily goes through a box of fruit snacks a week.... or more (don't worry, I brush his teeth religiously). He can't get enough of them!
What is it about feeding sourdough starter that makes so many of us nuts? Discarding that initial cup of perfectly good starter to get the process going, right? I mean, it just doesn’t feel right, throwing away this starter you’ve been feeding, and coddling, and nursing into maturity with regular meals and draft-free, comfortably warm counter-time. Why is it, anyway, that feeding sourdough requires you to discard a cup of perfectly good (albeit unfed) starter as part of the process? Well, most people say it’s “so your refrigerator won’t be overrun with starter.”
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Oven fries may seem like a simple side dish that just about anyone could whip up with no problem. At least for me, this was not always true. I have made baked oven fries many times in the past and they were always okay, but they weren’t “Oh my gosh, I love love love them” good. A large part of this was due to the fact that they had a mushy texture.
Because I can't resist turning classics into miniatures, here's another mini dessert idea! I made cherry, apple and blackberry pies. You can use store bought crust and pie fillings or make your own from scratch. These mini pies can be made in a standard or mini muffin pan. I made both and prefer the filling to crust ratio from the standard muffin pan.
I am a complete sucker for mall pretzels. And it’s a darn good thing that you’ll only find me at the mall once or twice a year because more trips would like equal more pretzels. And as much as I love them, I’ve only made them once before , admittedly to great success but since Kyle isn’t a huge fan (crazy boy), I haven’t made them again. But in all the years since I first made them, there’s been one recipe I’ve been saving and I finally decided to bust it out just in time to share it with you while you’re all getting crazy planning your Super Bowl (or maybe anti-Super Bowl?)
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So I know it’s a little late. I can hear you saying in your head, “Lauren, the Super Bowl was last week. Get it together.”
By Kelley on January 23, 2012 Let me introduce you to the easiest salsa you’ve ever met. It literally comes together in under 5 minutes. Not only is it easy peasy to prepare but it’s down right delicious.