I'm going to get this out of the way immediately: this salad is like a child to me. It is far and away one of my favorite things to both prepare and eat. The idea for this salad came from a truly uninspired trip to the grocery store. As you may have g… more »
I found this recipe for Oven Roasted Hash Brown Cakes in the December 2008 issue of Bon Appetit. There is not much to say about them except that they are excellent, and surprisingly not that unhealthy.
I have made these a couple times now and they ar… more »
An ongoing debate exists in the culinary world as to the history of (and to an extent the ingredients of) Caesar salad. It really isn't all that surprising, considering the subject matter is as prominent as it is ubiquitous. You can find the "authentic… more »
Are you popular? Good looking? Affable? Adored and looked up to by your peers? Brilliant? All of the above? I know, I know, life is hard (and we have SO much in common). If you possess any or all of the aforementioned qualities, and/or your house is lo… more »
(FYI - There is a sausage inside here^)
After battle brioche I was left with over a pound of unused brioche. I decided to try something I have always wanted to make, but have not: "Pigs in a Blanket" and what better blanket is there than a supple, bu… more »
This week's Craving Ellie in my Belly was Warm Spinach and Artichoke Dip and was chosen by Cathy at The Tortefeasor. A great choice from a great blogger. (Also, I know you guys want my mom's Star of David pot holder. Well, you can't have it).
I love… more »
OK, OK. I know you've never heard of Minestra Con Le Cozze E Salsiccia, neither did I until I did a literal translation of the ingredients into Italian. I've always thought of this soup as an Italian soup because the inspiration for creating it came fr… more »