Rosemary + salted caramel Linzer cookies. - Two Red Bowls. Before we moved this past June, I was beginning to think the idea of neighbors who came bearing welcome casseroles when you moved in and popped by to borrow cups of sugar was a fiction.
It’s not like we’ve ever had any true horror stories or anything pilfered from us (although I never did get my office gift basket last Christmas, just sayin’) but for the most part, our former neighbors have just been distantly polite, a little gruff, or mysteriously absent. And then we moved to this building!
It’s like a weird and wonderful little haven of neighborliness. All about good food and restaurants. Impatient Foodie. Cookbook Week - Day 1. I swear every year that I am going to stop with the cookbooks.
But honestly I can’t help it. In fact, on my desk right now is a stack of cookbooks that is threatening to topple over, right on top of my shiny new Macbook Air. Which normally I would be horrified at the prospect, but I love my cookbooks and my Macbook Air is under warranty right? Tokyo through the drinking glass. You’re Eating Fake Tortillas, and Diana Kennedy Is Pissed About It. “Why is it that we have allowed people who are totally incompetent in food to design our food?”
Diana Kennedy was saying, her gray and white hair lifting lightly in the breeze. “Our food doesn’t have the flavor it used to have. Comiendo desde hace más de treinta años. The 2013 Best Food Blog Awards: The Winners! 's ongoing mission to chronicle a world of authentic cuisine, we find what we're looking for more and more in one place: online.
Of the tens of thousands of nominations that came in this year—blogs great and small, visual and textual, humorous and profound, technical and amateur, exuberant and austere—we found not just great writing, great photography, and a great commitment to the importance of food to storytelling and community-building, but also some blogs that truly spoke to us. We're thrilled to shine a light on the sixty-eight unique blogs that are finalists in the fourth annual Best Food Blog Awards—and even more delighted to announce the winners in each category. Peace. love. quinoa. Caprese tart with roasted tomatoes. I made this tart a while ago when I had some friends coming over for lunch.
I wanted to serve something light and easy and this tart was just the thing. I served it with a simple salad of frisee, rocket and watercress with a few chunks of creamy avocado and steamed asparagus spears dressed with a zesty lemon vinaigrette. A´Punto. Fat Girl Trapped in a Skinny Body. THE AVANT/GARDE DIARIES - Digital Interview Magazine. SAVEUR.com - Authentic Recipes, Food, Drinks and Travel. Pierogi Lasagna. I've been obsessed with potato based sauces the past few weeks, and even made a few that I didn't put up here.
It all culminated with this amazing potato lasagna that tastes like a pierogi with every bite. Each layer of noodle gave way to a thick, creamy, cheesy cloud of potato deliciousness. Thanks to reader Chris for the Idea! To make your sauce, start by simmering potatoes in milk. Www.conmuchagula.com. Home. 3 Day Detox Plan (Friday - Sunday) Sourced from The Hungry For Change Book Ginger Lemon Detox Drink Drink one large glass, but if you feel like more, go for it— hydration is important. Add the lemon juice to the glass of water. Finely grate the ginger on a chopping board, then squeeze the ginger pieces in your hand, letting the juice of the ginger drip through your fingers and into the glass of water.
SER SABOR. My Mom's Zucchini Lasagna. Mom and my brother, George, in Naples My mom, Angela, passed away in 1985.
She was from Sicily and I was just really beginning to get into cooking when she died. A short time ago, I was flipping through an old Italian cookbook of hers and saw this recipe, written by her, in the back of the book: I like vegetarian dishes a lot and so I thought I would give it a try. The amount of ricotta the recipe calls for seemed like a lot, so I scaled it back.
No más tuppers de mamáNo más tuppers de mamá. Roost - Roost: A Simple Life. Healthy. Happy. Life. The Forest Feast. Roost - Roost: A Simple Life. These are a few of my favorite foods. Oysters taste weird, smell like the ocean and feel even worse.
Every year we plant candy corn and grow a candy tree this year there are grapes in the soil so Every thing is grape flavor and there are also purple m&m’s. do you want to try? Katz’s Delicatessen. Tina Wong (wanderingeater. Epicurious.com: Recipes, Menus, Cooking Articles & Food Guides. St-Émilion: A Wine Lover’s Paradise « Tracy Chang. Beautiful horizons, charming locals and wines of a lifetime.
Welcome to St-Émilion. Like I said before, if you’re going to Bordeaux, you must make a trip to St-Émilion. Hop on the train (it’s a one hour ride), hop on a tour bus leaving from the Bordeaux Tourism office or make like me and rent a car for a picturesque drive to nearby St-Émilion. Put on your sunglasses, roll down your window and breathe in the aromas of wine country. Get Off Your Butt and BAKE! & Impressive recipes made simple - StumbleUpon. My Little Things.
Foodgawker - StumbleUpon. Feed your eyes. Mooching around Spain. Lovefood. YO, COCINERA?? El Comidista. Recipes for Holiday Side Dishes - Slide Show. The Mija Chronicles. I’m a writer and cook originally from Southern California, currently residing in one of the most diverse areas on the planet: Queens, New York City.
I started this blog in 2009 as a way to document my move to Mexico City. The blog ended up documenting my growing passion for interior Mexican cuisine and Mexican foodways. Even though I live in New York, I visit Mexico often, usually to check in on my business Eat Mexico, which offers street food and market tours in Mexico City and Puebla. Croque Monsieur -DK - iVillage - StumbleUpon.
What i want. Food curiosities. Tips. Desserts.