Guiness to start. Then corned beef, brown soda bread, colcannon. With another Guiness. And an apple crumble to end. With an Irish coffee.
do not like those ice cream pies sold at ice cream stores
I once lived in Minnesota and there was a lot of wild rice on our Midwestern table.
Bourbon and peach jam.
A three hour lunch at Galatoire's in New Orleans
pecan pie, please
a ginger margarita
sweet white corn on the cob with lots of butter and salt
Re-creating Thanksgiving with a bunch of friends and acquaintances -- no "real" family -- when we all happened to be living abroad one year.
Pan fried dumplings. More, please.
No idea...I need this book!
A bag of granola from the Baked Cookbook never fails to please.
I've always wanted to try the burger at Bobcat Bites.
Butter makes everything better!
Husband made braised short ribs last night with creme fraiche horseradish sauce. With it, we had spicy greens and garlic mashed potatoes. Magnifique!
Hot fudge sundaes from the local dairy
I'm embarrassed to admit that our family's go-to recipe came from the recipe booklet that was included with a blender. In my defense, though, it's pretty darn good: cream and milk and sharp cheddar and Parmesan all go into the sauce -- that's made in a blender!
Butter. And more butter.
butter and sour cherry jam
Really good vanilla ice cream, a sprinkle of instant espresso powder, and a splash of rum on top of it all
Even though I am constantly ridiculed, I'm very fond of vanilla....
Joy the Baker gets my vote