Food Blog of the Day Archive
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May 1, 2012
I want to share a simple recipe with you that I make every week. Sometimes a couple of times a week. The great thing about this recipe is that is only takes a few minutes to make. Literally 3 minutes.
April 30, 2012
Yes, these burgers were a little out of the ordinary, but absolutely amazing. With bacon and cream cheese, fresh ground very lean beef, nice seasonings and lettuce, tomatoes and grilled sweet onions on top. You wouldn’t believe how easy they are to make, if you own a meat grinder. And -don’t run away- they are relatively low-fat!
April 29, 2012
This delicious pie was certainly worthy of such praise. It is frozen and tastes like ice cream. It has a great combination of strawberry, orange, and lime flavor with a salty pretzel crust. It is perfect for Cinco de Mayo or any hot summer day.
April 28, 2012
Healthy homemade Reese's made by Kelly. It's peanut butter chocolate goodness!
April 27, 2012
Puff pastry is just so decadent, and the filling is luscious. They're somewhat heartier than American "pot pies," since they don't include vegetables. If you want, you could easily add some chopped veggies into the meat mixture.
April 26, 2012
This Chicken Casserole is so simple to make and is real home made Italian style cooking that never fails to meet the taste test.
April 25, 2012
Michelle loves French Cuisine and French culture. This Noix de rumsteck à la croque aux herbes et pommes croustillantes pour mon mari, translated to Grilled Steak with Crispy Herbs and Potatoes is one of her favorite dish that she loves to make for her husband.
April 24, 2012
It’s just a twist on a quesadilla, making it into a casserole and serving it up like a pie. It’s also easily customizable. To add more protein for example, just crumble a veggie burger into the filling or stir in some diced tofu.
April 23, 2012
I did promise you many popsicles recipes, didn’t I? So here I am today sharing a new one! Coffee, chocolate, and milk in a popsicle! For the coffee I use espresso made with my MioAsia espresso machine, if you haven’t got one just brew very strong coffee, ok? Ok…let’s get started!
April 22, 2012
These bite size nests are the perfect little dessert for any spring party or gathering and they're even gluten free! The filling is not to sweet due to the right amount of refreshing lemon flavoring and the shells have the perfect crunch from the baked coconut flakes. To die for!
April 21, 2012
This dish is easy enough to make, but what it lacks in technique it more than makes up for in complexity of flavor. Each component is designed to add its own level of balance to the package.
April 20, 2012
I present to you the one and only coconut bread pudding for 2 with coconut caramel sauce…Made with the one and only French baguette, of course.
April 19, 2012
In the past, I’ve always had crappy results when I’ve tried to cook a whole chicken in the slow cooker. The bird would always be overcooked, stringy, mushy, and dry. Super icky. Last night, I cooked a whole chicken in my slow cooker and it was AMAZING! I‘ll never prepare a whole chicken any other way again. Yes, that was a hyperbolic statement but I’m sticking with it.
April 18, 2012
I’ve discovered that I can bake something that is far more nourishing and delicious than a bar that’s been sitting on a grocery store shelf for a few months. These Chocolate Chip Coconut Banana Protein Bars combine an irresistible trifecta of flavors into one delicious bite.
April 17, 2012
Not only is this recipe super simple with only 7 ingredients, but it’s also EGGLESS! So pop in some carob chips or other dairy free chocolate and you’ve got yourself a stack of…Vegan pancakes!
April 16, 2012
This was my very first attempt to make fudge. Fudge recipes have always intimidated me because I have no experience with candy thermometers and “soft ball stages”. I searched for a recipe that was not difficult and didn’t require any of those “scary” elements.
April 15, 2012
The literal translation of kalua, is “to bake in the ground oven,” known in Hawaii as an imu. Having kalua directly from an imu is a special treat, and unless you have friends with connections, the only way you can enjoy it at home, is to buy kalua-like pork from a grocery store.
April 14, 2012
I have such great memories of amatriciana sauce in Italy – friends and I used to frequent a mom and pop pizzeria in the town we lived in as one of our favorite haunts.
April 13, 2012
I played a little game in my head called connect the dots of random foods - duck > duck in orange sauce > beets with orange zest > orange zest and fennel > needs a little kick....sauteed beet greens with chili flakes! Yes, things like this happen in my head...and off I went!
April 12, 2012
if you are a slave to the deviled eggs like I was, liberate your self from the plain ole stuffed eggs and make a deviled egg spread instead. Your kingdom will roar too.