Feeds:
Posts

Archive for the ‘Snacks’ Category

These granola bars aren’t pretty, but they taste great. They are gluten free, which means The Boy can eat them, and they are actually made with Sunbutter (a peanut butter like paste made from sunflower seeds and are therefore peanut and tree nut free!) which is why the title has peanut butter in quotation marks. […]

Read Full Post »

Gluten Free Mozzarella Sticks

If you tell me you don’t like mozzarella sticks and that you do not have a lactose intolerance I’ll call shenanigans. Seriously. Everyone loves them. Maybe you don’t want to eat them because they are fattening, but you still love them. But there are other hidden dangers of the mozzarella stick: the gluten in the […]

Read Full Post »

I have fallen madly in love. With a blogger. Her name is Allie Brosh from Hyperbole and a Half. I love her. But mine is a tragic kind of love because I’m already happily married and I don’t think I’ll ever even actually meet her. But I love her. A lot.

Read Full Post »

When I was in college there was a Chinese restaurant that delivered to campus called Hunan Peking. It wasn’t uncommon for my friends and me to order from there a couple of times a week. The first time I ordered crab rangoon at a friend’s urging I thought I’d died and gone to heaven. Creamy […]

Read Full Post »

You may be wondering what the point of this post is… I can tell you only one thing…

Read Full Post »

This isn’t even really a recipe , but it’s something that you need to do if you haven’t already. Get a package of cream cheese and 4 oz lox (smoked salmon) and put them together in the food processor and blend. Then spread it on a bagel (fresh and still slightly warm is recommended highly, […]

Read Full Post »

Passover is over now so everyone can return to using chametz (the grains forbidden during Passover). Now that everyone can use AP flour again we get to find a fun way of using up that leftover charoset.

Read Full Post »

Matzo Crack

Last year on Passover my comrade-in-arms, Susan, and her husband and daughter came to our Seder. She brought with her a bag of mazto crackers that had caramelized sugar and salt on them. Never having had this particular concoction before I smiled, said thank you, and went to plate them to put them out for […]

Read Full Post »

A few years ago I discovered the ready made pizza dough in the grocery store. Normally I would avoid something pre-made like this, but after reading the ingredient list (and having one go bad quickly in my fridge from lack of use) I realized it was made from real food items and not just a […]

Read Full Post »

I’m pleased to report that I’ve been doing very well on my Super Pledge to stop eating between meals. The first couple weeks I wasn’t able to cobble together more than a couple of days (non-concurrently I might add) each week where I didn’t eat between meals. But, as I predicted, after a month of […]

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »