I'm a 12 year old kid who enjoys cooking with my dad on the weekends, playing with my friends, writing, and reading.
unfortunately i haven't been composting yet... but i really hope to start this summer, along with growing a better garden that's one of my goals.
@AnnieNT cadbury mini eggs are so great, and so are Cadbury Creme... i forgot to mention those above, but they certainly rank high in my easter appreciation list
no one believes me, but i've never had an easter peep (this is the year though, mark my words!) i think you can't go wrong with a chocolate bunny or jelly beans... so iconic and awesome
my favorite kind of tea is super simple, and easy to get in any grocery store. the brand is yogi, and the type is throat comfort. so simple and easy for a winter night.
also, my friend and i invented a new type of drink which we dubbed Concoction, it simply is cocoa powder and peppermint tea. so amazing in winter, and really great during a campout under the stars.... :)
almost nothing to me is as satisfying as a good old fashioned scrambled egg, topped with salt and pepper. so simple and so delicious.
wow that sounds good! all of it. tonight we had chicken legs, pharo and salad. a typical dinner for us
oh goodness.... all snackfoods i guess
and guacaomolelele if there're chips
yahoo. nothing big
i get pepperoni at my favorite pizza place in the world, and pepperoni and prosciotto at another place i love
Last night we had farfalle pasta with borccoli, followed by sausages and crispy potatoes.... and for dessert? A delicious blueberry cream cookie!!
oh my god.... my wifi is crappy, so i had to click the button multiple times... forgetting that that makes multiple posts. sorry people
mmmm.... these all sound so yummy!!!! Also, I want to apologize for the incorrect grammar at the top -it says Avocado's Can Be Heaven --when the ' shouldn't be there. I am a stickler for correct grammar and punctuation, so i am very sorry i let this one slip
sorry about the double post people *facepalm*
@Littauer the sugar restriction is because my parents don't like my brother and i to have too many sweets because they're unhealthy
Hm... how did you roast them? with garlic? olive oil? basil? tell ME! i don't normally like cherry tomatoes )roasted or otherwise(, but perhaps i'll like these! :)
Ah, sorry to be unclear @Littauer , what i mean by no dairy is no lactose. by no sweets i mean (no) things with large amounts of sugar (think candy, cookies, cake, pie etc.) Agave is fine. except not on oatmeal. i mean have you ever even had agave on plain oatmeal? it's pretty bad in my eyes.
@bleu thanks! the posts were meant to be different, but i shall take your advice and be wary of the yogurt! as for the granola my dad and i have developed a recipe that is sufficient without gluten.
@lemonfair i meant mac and cheese in muffin tins, and it worked really well! :)
Sounds good people!!! Thanks!!!!
Hmm... i don't exactly know... let's see, i have two cookbook ideas but no third. i would give the first friend Bittman's Book of How To Cook Everything, by Mark Bittman. And i would give the other two The Homemade Pantry by Alana Chernila
i once saw some topic that was EXACTLY like this!!!! someone on there assured the other person that it was normal... come to think of it, i remember the pickled garlic at MY house to be like that... and my dad still ate it (but of course... he eats food with mold on it... he just cuts out the mold D=)
let's see... that was kind of confusing, do you mean the best port with which to start a blog? or what kind of blog? i am confused. the ideas of dwahani were good ones, and if you are looking for a port, i would suggest Blogspot or Weebly. i have a Weebly blog, and lots of my friends have Blogspot. Blogspot has more opportunity for backgrounds, but Weebly (in my humble opinion) looks better.
have fun on your blog!
i would make pasta with chickpeas. my mom used to do this a lot, and it's great comfort food. (also, you can try to keep the freezer stuff in the fridge, or swing by the grocery store every night like the others suggested).
I love love love love love love love coconut, but when my my mom bought some as a substitute for my brother who's dairy sensitive, I hated it. weird I know.
@Boobird: where do I find a place that does capitalizes those things?? It was driving me crazy too. My favorite dish that I've ever made, which isn't really saying something, was an apple crisp that was crispy, and melt-y and delicious.
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