Mmmmm...I am the type to say yes to pumpkin in June..I love pumpkin anything, most of all, pie..served chilled with a dollop of home made whip cream....Just added a few tablespoons of canned pumpkin to our pancakes for Sunday breakfast. Pumpkin Pancakes..."That's all"...Im stealing this line from The Devil Wears Prada..Can I tell you how sublime they tasted? They were airy, and fluffy with a hint of pumpkin pie seasoning. Some bites had more pumpkin than others..and the aroma of maple syrup and pumpkin was just too enjoyable to sit down..just had to share this amazing experience and want you all to try it. Now I need a recipe to use the rest of this large can of pumpkin!
I currently have an abundance of strawberries. Im excited their in season, and cant decide if I should make a strawberry pie, or strawberry tart? I am enjoying their scent in my kitchen..I have roasted them in the oven before (mmmmmmm), and of course added sugar. Any ideas???
Happy Memorial Day EVERYBODY!!!!
Hi there. How do you get started on SE, and if you dont have a blog, can you still submit food photos on Photograzing without a blog or permalink? Im a happy foodie who wants to get started, and Im not sure how to navigate. I have a lovely Pinterest board, and Facebook...soo thats about it. :):) Many THANKS from the kitchen of EsterinaGenevieve
Pain au chocolat—literally "chocolate bread." What an understatement. Buttery croissant dough wrapped around not one, but two sticks of chocolate. An indulgence like this could only come from France. For three days, my intrepid photographer and I scoured the city for pain au chocolat that stand out from the Parisian crowd. In the end, we found 10 that can't be missed.
The current lunch menu at James in Prospect Heights is a celebration of vegetables, with enticing-sounding salads and vegetarian plates and sandwiches, but I couldn't resist the Cured Salmon & Beets ($12) sandwich.