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 […]
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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 […]
You probably need to be able to smell this in order to appreciate how good it is. But you just need to look at the recipe to see how easy it is. It takes a ridiculously short amount of time to prep and then the oven does the rest.
According to Adam and my friend Susan, radishes get a bad rap. Most people think of them as a garnish that doesn’t get eaten. In fact, Susan had a post a while back on her blog for some radish tea sandwiches that are really good.
Ok, yeah, so it’s spinach. But it’s still the farthest thing from healthy you can imagine for spinach. Except, for maybe the cream of spinach soup I posted back in January. You’ll know when you taste this dip that it would be possible to eat the whole thing yourself if you could just get everyone […]
I know that liver is something many people think is gross… (in fact, it looks enough like dog food in this recipe that I opted out of putting up a picture so as not to deter anyone from trying it) but not in my house, we love it. In fact, I know someone who adores […]