Cupcakes, tarts, cakes, and bar cookies.
I wouldn't worry about the sour cream either but do NOT eat the cottage cheese. I got horrible food poisoning once from eating cottage cheese that had been kept in a not-so-cold hotel mini-fridge and didn't taste bad when I ate it, but smelled pretty awful a few hours afterwards when I was trying to track down the culprit. It was the last day of my trip too, which made for one very LONG uncomfortable flight home!
I haven't had any really interesting ones but I REALLY want to try making a lot of different kinds, particularly Bloody Mary jell-o shots!
In Los Angeles:
The best and the one we joke about the most is a restaurant near where I used to live in Koreatown, called "Young Dong Restaurant." There is always a pretty horrid smell emanating from it, as well.
I frequently run past a place called "Quality Cafe." If you have to say it... Also, "Yammy Pizza" - not sure if they offer yams as a topping, or what. "Chicken Day" always makes me laugh, too: "What day is it? Chicken day!"
We have been trying to get as much of our produce as possible from the farmer's market, and have been doing pretty well lately! Also, I've significantly reduced the amount of meat I consume - used to be at least 2 meals/day, but now I only have it about 3-5 times/week.
I was going to say Punjabi Rajma... but I made chicken Makhani last night and I think that is definitely a new favorite!
Vegetable gyoza, eggs, and salad
There is a tiny little sushi place we love in the Miracle Mile area - it is not fancy, but their fish is just amazingly good. We go here all the time and are never disappointed. I definitely recommend the albacore if you go!
Sake House Miro
809 South La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
I recently put some in a batch of hummus and it was really good! I'm glad to see this thread though, because I've got the rest of the can still sitting in my fridge...
Cranberry sauce! That is a great idea and would go awesome with the Swedish theme... and yeah, super easy to make. Thanks for all the suggestions, guys, you are awesome!
That spinach gratin looks amazing! Don't know if I will make it tomorrow but am definitely keeping that one in the files... thanks!
I do love glazed carrots. Maybe I will do that as well as the cauliflower... : )
Brussels sprouts sound delicious... unfortunately I just found out one of our guests does not like them so those are out : ( There's only five of us so no point serving something he won't eat!
Roasted cauliflower is a great idea! I'm thinking I will go with that and possibly bake some sort of dinner rolls as well. Other guests have volunteered to bring the salad so that's off my plate.
Thanks so much for the ideas!
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