Food Blog of the Day Archive
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June 21, 2012
I tasted rhubarb for the first time last summer, at his parents' home. His dad cut off a stalk from their garden, cut it into pieces, and placed it on the table with a bowl of sugar. Chunks of raw rhubarb, dipped in sugar, is definitely a tart, but unique snack.
June 20, 2012
Chipotle Macaroni and Cheese is a delicious, cheesy, veggie-filled baked pasta with a Mexican twist. It is made with three different cheeses (yum!) and lots of vegetables (yum!).
June 19, 2012
So when I asked him to bring ingredients to make herb butter last weekend for bread-making day, it came as no surprise that he showed up with a carton of whipping cream, a small mason jar and a single sprig of rosemary he’d plucked from a friend’s garden.
June 18, 2012
I've been baking this basic Breakfast Cookie Recipe for almost two months & it has become a staple in my kitchen. No joke, I make a batch about every three days.
June 17, 2012
They call it Mee hon Goreng Putih or White Fried Vermicelli. A quick and easy stir fry noodle dish.
June 16, 2012
Making barbeque, specifically barbequed ribs at home can be as complex or simple as you wish to make the process. Not all of us have the space, time or equipment to plate succulent, falling off the bone, sweet, tangy, spicy, smoked barbeque ribs.
June 15, 2012
Happy Friday! We made it through the week, guys! I can see the weekend on the horizon getting closer and closer with every word I type.
June 14, 2012
I’ve been making these “ice cream” sandwiches since I was a kid.They are so easy and since they’re made with sugar-free fat-free pudding instead of ice cream they aren’t too bad for you.
June 13, 2012
Fancy a little tart? Picnic season is upon this household and I have been making mini tarts to pack away into the picnic hamper. Here is a fantastic cheese tart recipe from my Grandmother’s repertoire complete with a complimenting pastry.
June 12, 2012
Garlic and oil pasta is probably the simplest pasta for Italians. It’s the “solution” in late evening, after going out, between friends. “Let’s make an aglio e olio?
June 11, 2012
He said we could pick up some breakfast burritos on the way....nah, I couldn't let that happen...and I have been into wraps lately, just like a few other blogger friends out there.
June 10, 2012
Standing on my soap box for a second, just a second, I promise. THIS WAS SO STINKIN' GOOD! Okay, I 'm down. I loved the way the butter, brown sugar mixture caramelized to the outer edges of the cake, making it a bit crunchy in some parts.
June 9, 2012
And because it has been a hot week, I brought you some ice cream. :) Chocolate ice-cream for everyone!
June 8, 2012
On busy weeknights and any other night we love fully loaded baked potatoes for dinner. I am a baked potato kind of girl. I can bake the potatoes and the meat ahead of time if needed and just reheat everything.
June 7, 2012
These Lasagna Bites are meltingly soft and cheesy straight out of the oven, but really “set up” nicely and that makes them really portable for travel. Add a green side-salad and you’ve got a great lunch!
June 6, 2012
These burgers changed every perception I’ve had about turkey burgers. I mean the name says it all, they ACTUALLY are delicious!! Very moist and full of flavor and even reminiscent of a beef burger.
June 5, 2012
This is the cake I made for the last Clandestine Cake Club Bolton.This cake is slightly spiced and very moist, owing to the sweet syrup drizzled over the cake after baking. It can also be served warm with custard or ice cream.
June 4, 2012
Spring is the time for green garlic. Look quick, because it will be gone from the farmers markets in the next week or so. I've never used it before and so I decided to buy a bunch a try a few things.
June 3, 2012
This may not seem like a very seasonal dish to share just now, whilst we are all basking in temperatures in the upper 20′s, but this really is an all year around recipe that is VERY family and child friendly and it makes a nice change for a family supper now and then.
June 2, 2012
When former plans to make gyoza fell through, I made my own generically-Asian-inspired dumplings. The impromptu dumpling-making session ended up being a delectable way to use up a bit of leftover tofu and wilting bundle of watercress.