If you read my last post you’ll know there aren’t going to be any pictures here of milk simmering on the stove. Frankly, I’m relieved. You might not be, but by not including photos I’ve just saved enough time to actually complete a post in the minimal free time I have. And let’s be honest, […]
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This post is dedicated to The Bloggess. I love her, and I am obsessed with her. Not in a scary stalker-way, but in a thank-you-for-being-so-awesome-you-make-my-life-better-way. I found her a few weeks ago and blazed through two years worth of posts in two weeks. Maybe I am a little “stalker-ish”? Huh…
I’ve been on a lime kick this summer. The abundance of key limes and key lime juice in the grocery store has been pretty alluring. My love for sweet lemon has a close second which is a love for sweet lime. This recipe really delivers.
Last month it was Adam’s birthday and a colleague of his asked my help in figuring out what to get him for a birthday treat at work that day. In my searches I came across a specialty ice-cream place that had on it’s menu a coffee brandy ice-cream. Unfortunately, by the time I got back […]
This ice-cream was entirely momentum based. What I mean by that is that I was on a roll making ice-cream (5 batches in an afternoon!) and when the strawberry ice-cream came out so fantastically I started searching for more fruit that was hanging out in the fridge to use in a similar fashion. When I […]
This strawberry ice-cream has less than a handful of ingredients: fresh strawberries, milk, and sugar. Blend it in a blender and churn it in the ice-cream maker. It becomes, what is, in all honesty, probably the best ice-cream I’ve ever had. Ever. Anywhere. I probably shouldn’t have led the week with a recipe with that […]
I have two rules when it comes to feeding my kids. The first is that since I know that when they are hungry they eat and when they aren’t hungry they don’t eat I don’t stress about how much or little the eat on any given day. The second rule is that when they request […]
There tend to be two camps when it comes to rice pudding: those who think it should be served cold and those who think it should be served hot/warmed. I can say completely unequivocally that both camps will be satisfied with this recipe. It’s just that good.
I’m going to warn you that this recipe is a little but weird. Andy and I liked it a lot, but Adam and Evelyn didn’t. So, perhaps it’s not really blog worthy, but as I said, I enjoyed it.
The simple truth behind this dish is that it was the product of my near obsessive need not to throw away leftovers and I had some turkey meatballs and tomato sauce left over in the fridge but I didn’t really want to eat meatballs again so soon. Now, a true bolongese sauce is made from […]