Since we’ve gone gluten free in the house I have spent most of my baking efforts of trying to master cookies and cakes. My fear/guilt that The Boy (and his non-gluten intolerant sister) will feel deprived of these things was palpable and so my attention was pretty strongly fixed on those items. But recently I’ve […]
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Have I mentioned how happy I’ve been to enjoy all these lovely baked goods on my diet? I think I have, but I honestly had no idea before this that it was so easy to make muffins and sweet breakfast breads so low fat and low calorie. It’s been a wonderful revelation.
This is another swordfish marinade recipe. I’m not sure what exactly to say about it because I’ve already waxed on about the deliciousness of swordfish very recently and I don’t want to bore anyone. But, I will say that if you haven’t had swordfish in a while, as I hadn’t, each new encounter is something […]
This picture can’t possibly do justice to the moist deliciousness of this recipe. The swordfish is rich, tangy, savory, and above all else, satisfying.
It was my birthday last week and this is the exchange I had with my 3 year old son on the morning of my birthday: Andy: Happy birthday mommy, I love you. Me: Thank you, Andy. I love you too. Andy: I want some of your cake. Me: What cake? It’s 9am, there’s no cake. […]
The rum punch drinks were so good it was nearly impossible not to make it as a sorbet. Adam, was a little bit of a party-pooper and said that he prefers his alcohol in liquid form but he ate his words. The sorbet is awesome. The alcohol is very present and packs a little punch […]
It was my 10th wedding anniversary a couple of weeks ago. With the help of my lovely mother-in-law Adam and I got a long weekend away at the beach, just the two of us, no kids. I’m not really sure there’s anything else to say other than that I drank a whole bunch of […]
Smoothies are the thing out there aren’t they? I mean there are whole stores dedicated to them and even “the golden arches” have gotten on the bandwagon and started serving smoothies. But here’s the nasty little question I always have that you might not think of, “What’s in the ‘milk base’ used to make the […]
I remember as a kid on Thanksgiving getting the can of jellied cranberry sauce. My mom always had the “chunky” kind for the grown-ups and the jellied kind for the kids and I LOVED it. I would beg to open the can and after placing it on the table I would sneak in a steal […]