Well, nowhere really.
My head just has not really been in food blog land as of late.
I have been spending a lot of free time at the gym. Nick, who used to have to harass me about getting off my butt and going to the gym, actually said to me last ni… more »
This weeks Craving Ellie in My Belly is Chicken Sate with a Spicy Peanut Dipping Sauce. It was chosen by the hilariously funny Cathy of The Tortefeasor. It can be found at the aforementioned Food Network link or on page 54-55 of The Food You Crave. This… more »
I don't eat a lot of salads. In order for me to enjoy a salad, it has to have lots of good stuff in it. I can't stand the thought of eating a plate of lettuce with some vinegar and oil on it with a stray cucumber here and there.
However, when you sta… more »
This week's Craving Ellie in My Belly is stuffed turkey burgers, chosen by the lovely Peggy of Pantry Revisited. These were good, not my favorite, but they were good. Lean ground turkey is stuffed with mozzarella cheese, roasted red peppers, and I added… more »
Perfection. Some people would be surprised to find out that within a 100 mile radius (or less) of most major cities one can find the absolute highest quality produce and meats, for the best prices around, directly from the farm. The above picture is a… more »
Think about the best orange chicken you have ever had from a Chinese restaurant. Okay? This orange glazed chicken is ten times better than that. I promise you.
It is lighter, fresher, and sweeter in a less artificial way. I found this recipe via Nick… more »
Jambalaya is not something that I would normally choose to make on my own. I generally don't like food that is overly spicy and I definitely associate hot and spicy with creole food.
However, this week's Craving Ellie in My Belly recipe Jambalaya with… more »
I was not introduced to real barbecue until a few short years ago. I think the first true pork bbq sandwich I ever had was on my first trip the the Outer Banks in North Carolina. Truth be told, I was not that impressed. I think it was the ridonculously v… more »
This past Sunday the imfoodblog.com staff was treated to an extra-special outing to Cochon555 at the Mandarin Oriental hotel here in Washington DC (with special thanks going out to our friends at www.foodbuzz.com!)
Cochon555 is a culinary competitio… more »
Have you ever had Kobe beef? The real deal, straight from Japan, beer drinking, Sake massaged KOBE BEEF? If you answered "yes" to this question, you'll have no problem with this one:
"If someone is giving me $250 to create a fabulous meal from startin… more »