Food Blog of the Day Archive

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June 18, 2011
Not only do we get to cook in a professional kitchen, but after we cook….we get to sit down and have a nice dinner with our prepared foods. Mmmm…… and I hear there’ll be wine too! I’ve been looking forward to this for awhile. This will be our first “foodie” event since our weekend at Food Blog Forum Orlando,
June 17, 2011
A birthday cake made for a friend who requested a black forest yellow ruffle cake. I used Pioneer Woman’s choc sheet cake (and promptly forgot to add baking powder, derr..
June 12, 2011
The only thing I really had in mind to buy was some flowers (they always have the most amazing selection from the Carlsbad flower fields), and figured I’d scope the selection to see what else looked good.
June 11, 2011
My Best Days Ever
Hasselback Potatoes are one of those wonderfully easy and visually impressive vegetable dishes that most people love. And I have been making them for years, but today I made them with a purpose in mind and that was to try out my new set of knives – ceramic knives.
June 11, 2011
June 10, 2011
Create With Mom
Wash the rice flakes with cold water and squeeze the water out and leave aside.
June 9, 2011
The Steaming Pot
A blend of powders, some sugar and milk, a few minutes on the fire, and you have your pudding ready to set and savour in your next meal.
June 8, 2011
June 7, 2011
Positively Ravenous
I don’t really use cook books. They’re lovely things, I’ve bought plenty of them, usually on an empty stomach, you should never go to a grocery store or a book store hungry, as an impulse purchase to feed my food-porn addiction (strike two!).
June 6, 2011
Rach and Me
These delicious sweet and refreshing treats are easy enough for my 4 year old to make, and yummy enough for everyone to eat!
June 5, 2011
Fast Foodies
Sorry to say, but it looks like this might just be the last Fast Foodies post you read before Jesus descends to Earth and picks up all of his sheep. I mean, I’ll still be around post-Apocalypse, but chances are I won’t be posting all that regularly considering the kind of post-Apocalyptic chaos that will inevitably ensue.
June 4, 2011
Honestly Good Food
This month's highlighted food is spinach, which will soon be locally available. The article included a recipe for what was called Roman-Style Spinach with Raisins and Pine Nuts.
June 3, 2011
Dinner for Two, Please
This recipe is great if you have leftover chicken breasts hanging around the kitchen.
June 2, 2011
Hanna's Creation
Lets try some stuffed portobello mushroom. I tried this recipe for lunch the other day as a side dish. I realized that this is a really filling recipe. It could be tried as a side dish but it could pass off as a main course also.
June 1, 2011
Live Love Pasta
I remember Dirt Cakes from when I was younger so I’m feeling a bit nostalgic. Plus I’m a sucker for cute stuff and this Dirt Cake is too cute!
May 31, 2011
Spreading Good Tastes
I came across a great idea for a holiday cheese spread today, smack in the middle of spring of course, when I wasn't looking for it and didn't need it! But it is such a terrific idea I thought I would share it, and hopefully you will remember about it when you have some use for it...
May 30, 2011
The Babysitter Bakes
It's May! 'Tis the season for spring dresses, sunny days and blooming flowers. And did I mention it's also National Strawberries Month?
May 28, 2011
Cooking Books
I'm going to be honest and tell you that at first glance, I thought these recipes were way too simple to be interesting. Wrong. Seriously, I was completely wrong.
May 27, 2011
La Casa de Sweets
These cinnamon-sugar churros are crunchy on the outside, ultra light on the inside. The cinnamon-sugar coating adds a touch of sweetness to a delicious treat. Have some extra fun with them by making them into different shapes!
May 26, 2011
Three Wooden Spoons
There is something wonderfully uplifting about the process of gently simmering an egg, pulling it out of the water, cutting off the top, then sitting down with this single egg and spooning it out of its shell.