recipes and design, all the time.
Isn't San Remo a chain? It's really not that good. Maybe throw Xpress Pizza in the loop? Xpress is better even though its in the Kensington/PPS area.
I live on water almonds, and banana chips with the occasional granola bar thrown in. I guess I never consider eating in an airport.
I like Bushmills, their annoying "Since Way Back" campaign turns me off.
A pinch of cayenne, that's the only extra thing i would add. This is a really good recipe.
I enjoy the time and process of preparing my own ingredients, and I've made fresh pumpkin about 5 times with several varieties of pumpkin.
I find that once the homemade pumpkin puree is cooked/baked in a pie/bread/soup doesn't taste much different from store bought. Don't let this stop you from trying yourself. I do suggest using a butternut squash in place of a pumpkin. It tastes better and has less fluid to drain.
You may wish to add an extra straining step. I usually put the scooped out roasted pumpkin in a colander over a layer of cheese cloth. After a few hours and some pushing you'll significantly improve the pumpkin puree.
Go to a beer hall, eat a pretzel. Eat all the flake pastry stuff you see, and as much pork as you can stomach. I've seen die hard vegans break and eat bacon in Germany.
Sushi at Jewel Bako or steaks, shrimp, and creamed spinach at Peter Lugers. Both are worth while.
Here's a photo of the food alphabet embroidery taken by Sam Horine: http://s3.amazonaws.com/data.tumblr.com/tumblr_lit065do0w1qaa05no1_1280.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJ6IHWSU3BX3X7X3Q&Expires=1306430177&Signature=z6PiYshux4sEyhRcNdqNSvB%2B2C0%3D
26 foods illustrated with embroidery representing all letters of the alphabet, made by my mother in 1978.
Nice photos are necessary.
I prefer when the blog not be filled with cupcake, macaron, whoopie pie and cakecrap on a stick recipes. I also prefer when the blog isn't decorated with pastels, or covered in polka dots, lace, stripes teakettles, or above sweets.
3 sinks, a double oven, a proper extra freezer, more places to sit and GARBAGE DISPOSAL.
Crazy I wrote about Finnish candy yesterday: http://cantaloupealone.blogspot.com/2011/03/salmiakpastiller.html
I am in love with Kit Kat Chunky from the UK only!
Also there are 6 trillion flavors out there that we can't access. Why can't American's Kit Kat's catch up!!!!
I see that Michigan and Ohio are dominating in the MidWest bracket already, but I'd like to add a shout out for Tony Packo's.
Is this what Buckfast is?
Hello cookies. Its like a Christmas dream come true to have the New York Times print my cookie recipe. Its the one featured above, Piparkakut.
I think it was on Photograzing first!
You can get that bakery thread at most bakeries for like 25 cents for multiple yards. Granted not in all the cute colors.
The strong man hamburger!
Grind it up a small amount in a coffee/spice grinder. Try adding it to flour for baking. Or use it to coat chicken/pork/fish/tofu for frying.
I made these once, tasted great, took a hour to make 2 trays of chips, about one apple's worth. I ate them in about 3 minutes.
More reasons to love stock, it helps your scraps break down better once they hit the compost pile!
So dangerously addictive. Family folklore goes that every year someone steals a bunch of the family buckeyes adn hids them in coffee cans labeled "worms" or "bacon oil" so that they might go unnoticed for a week while the rest of the buckeyes where eaten within hours.
My family is full of doctors and nurses. Apples were always considered healthy junk food as they have little nutritional value outside of fiber. Eating this amount of apples a day may give you some unpleasant digestive problems as well.
Yes, its about time someone spread the word. It makes baked goods taste wonderful in a way almost no one knows. A must have.