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I’ve calculated the numbers folks, added them up and divided. The ratios are in for the number of sweet things I made for consumption versus the savory—eight to one. A little skewed perhaps but if you ate at my house you’d understand why. There’s no point in me making savory items when my mom is around. So here it is, the savory item of July—potatoes pierogi. The pierogi is a delicious and heady thing.
May 4, 2010 I can’t believe I haven’t posted on this yet! I literally make this drink all the time.
This is a recipe I adapted from one I found in “Barefoot in Paris” . We had friends over for dinner so I served this Vegetable Tian and it was a HUGE hit. The veggies were perfectly roasted, the potatoes were nice and tender and the caramelized onions were sweet and salty. The whole dish was delicious and it looked really pretty too. All of my friends loved these roasted vegetables and so did most of the kids.
We've been working on clearing out our freezer for a while and, aside from a few trips for produce and other staples like milk, we haven't been grocery shopping in weeks. The good news is we're saving money and I'm seeing parts of my freezer I haven't seen in months. The bad news is that we're running low on options and dinner tonight was a challenge.
I find there’s a fine line between like and obsessed . A whisper-thin, sliver of a line. Take my reverence for Target, for example.
Bear in mind that these amazing creations are all just cupcakes. I can’t eat raw sushi, but I wish I could. Instead, I have to indulge my fish cravings with LEGO, costumes and any other inedible forms of sushi. These sushi cupcakes have the color and excitement of their freshly-caught counterparts, but are far more stomach-friendly since they are stuffed full of sugar and spice and all things nice rather than raw fish.
Manly men who previously shunned cupcakes due to the fluffy and cutesy ways they are typically presented can now rest easy. Butch Bakery, which bears the slogan "These Ain't Your Grandma's Cupcakes," and described as a place where "butch meets buttercream," is making cupcakes specifically catered to male tastes. Going through Butch Bakery's cupcake selection, you'll find that their cakes are definitely male-oriented. With everything from the Tailgate to the Home Run cake, plus designs including wood grain and camo, Butch Bakery surely makes it easier for a man to satisfy his sweet tooth.
It’s almost weekend, guys! For us that means pizza time! Or in this case: pizza snack time.
Have you got the fevah? No, not that stomach bug that keeps going around. I’m talking about Spuh-ring!
If this is what French food is like – I’m moving to France! I wasn’t even going to post this recipe today. My book is almost due at the library, so I’ve been trying to get ahead and cook up all the recipes from this book that I want to make before I have to return it.
Parmesan cups make for simple canapes Posted on 01 July 2010 by Mădălina Parmesan bowls can be used as a vessel for a variety of dips or small salads, and served as appetizers for your guests. No word of a lie, this will probably be the easiest recipe I will ever post. There is one ingredient, four simple steps, and it’s virtually impossible to screw up (…this coming from a person who tends to ruin a lot of dishes). I filled these tiny bowls with a simple crab salad, and in the past, I’ve used them for bite-size caesar salads.
whenever i make marinara & meatballs , i almost always make turkey meatballs. not only because it's a healthier option, but really, it's more delicious! if you don't believe me, please try it for yourself. your friends and family might not even notice that it's turkey. it's that good. so when i decided to make swedish meatballs, i of course used turkey. you can sub the turkey for meat or pork or a combo of both in this recipe but i highly suggest you use turkey! mise en place - meatballs
L’identification des animaux de compagnie ou celle de livres empruntés à la bibliothèque, par des techniques de puces électroniques, servent à présent d’une toute nouvelle façon. De plus en plus d’hôpitaux américains et européens font actuellement usage de traqueurs électroniques appelés «Hugs». Dès les premières minutes de sa vie, un nouveau-né devient le centre d’attention. Durant ses premiers jours à la pouponnière, un défilé de médecins, d’infirmières et de visiteurs viendront toucher, câliner et bercer le poupon; la dernière chose qu’on souhaite serait qu’il se fasse enlever. Et pourtant, chaque année dans les hôpitaux des États-Unis, près d’une dizaine de nouveaux-nés sont enlevés par des étrangers, malgré l’œil vigilant des infirmières et des gardiens de sécurité; 200 enfants y ont été kidnappé depuis 22 ans.
Continuing down the road of appetizers, dips and snack food leading up to the Super Bowl, I give you this somewhat “upscale” game day food. Caramelized onions, mushrooms and Gruyere cheese are baked atop circles of puff pastry for a flaky, savory and delicious appetizer. Another occasion that this appetizer would be great for? A baby shower! Fellow food blogger Annie from Annie’s Eats is expecting her second baby in April (a girl!) and a group of bloggers organized a virtual baby shower to celebrate Annie’s bundle of joy, and of course we all brought food to the party!