I’m going to give you one of those recipes that is really just a list of ingredients. I’m sorry. But it’s simple and straightforward and you should be able to recreate it without defined quantities. I’m trying to reverse the weight damage that’s been done to me by a stressful school year and my idiotic […]
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The Boy is turning 4 in March. After looking through the Wilton catalog of shaped cake pans he settled on a dinosaur… standing up… holding balloons. Sigh. Ok. Since we’ll be away I’m going to have to have everything sent where we’re going and hope that I can pull this together in someone else’s kitchen. […]
So last week I laid bare my soul to you with the declaration that I had been gaining weight and was trying to right this ship before it plunges over the falls. I also promised to keep you updated so here it goes. Ok, so, I lost 1.5 pounds this week. That gives me a […]
Here’s hoping everyone had a wonderful holiday weekend! We’re gearing up for school to start and so this week I won’t be posting anything new on the blog. I’m hoping to keep my head above water between now and next week. If you’re new to the blog you can take this opportunity to read some […]
This is a very slight variation on my previous roasted asparagus post… but it is so worth it and if you haven’t thought of it yourself you’ll be glad you know about it now.
A few weeks ago my friend Susan posted on her blog a broccoli quiche. It looked good. Good enough that Evelyn took one look at it and said, “Can you make that?” You know me by now, right? See if you can guess what happened.
This was a recipe that I stole from Mark Bittman. His dishes are always so easy to prepare and take no time at all to make. That is, after all, part of why his column in the New York Times was called The Minimalist. His recipes aren’t fancy, just good to eat.
In honor of my friend Susan’s “Greek Week” on her blog I made my recreation one of my favorite meals from the local Greek restaurant that we both love. They serve this in a terra cotta pan and it’s crazy good. When I originally tried I wasn’t sure how difficult it would be to recreate […]
Folks, my friends Harry and Taylor own a fantastic store in Brooklyn called, The Brooklyn Kitchen. It’s an amazing place with everything you could want for your kitchen. (The salt box I bought there is a must have for my kitchen and when it was accidentally broken a few years ago they graciously brought me […]
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