Smoothie time is here! Although we were just hit by a mid-april snowstorm (awful i know) that didn't stop me from whipping out the blender! I tend to grab whatever foods are lying around and blend them with some yogurt and milk. I never have set recipes (which to me feels like a constant smoothie adventure!!), but i know others do. What are your big favorite smoothies, or even ones you've gotten in a restaurant that were just amazing?
Have a tradition centered around pizza? Refuse to go to any place but one? Love a certain topping? Share your pizza memories here.
There's a place in walking distance from my house, that i always go to when my friend from OH visits. It was her favorite before she left, and now it's a tradition. It's bittersweet... but the pizza rocks ;)
aside from the little sugar-filled oatmeal packets, how can people eat oatmeal and like it? Sure with some syrup it can be okay..ish, but what if the only thing available is agave? what then? also, what fruits/condiments go well with oatmeal????
I meet so many people who say they don't like avocado. I am always stunned because how can you not like to creamy green goodness of an avocado?!?! But then i realize that people aren't eating them the right way! Of course guacamole is the most common way, but my personal favorite is eating it out of it's shell with a sprinkle of salt. How do you like your avocados?
Sorry about that not-so-great-title!! Anyway, my family and i are going on a three week program where we eat really, really healthfully. We aren't eating dairy or gluten anymore, and living off of rice pasta, mango, and salad is getting boring! Is there anything i can make or eat that is gluten and dairy free, but also still yummy (somehow....?). Also we can't have sweets :(
by the way i'm only 12, so preferably stuff that isn't that hard! :) thanks
Hello! I know that many are looking for great cookbooks and i have the book for you! It's called The Homemade Pantry, and it's filled with recipes and stories about foods you can stop buying and start making. The author has a sense of humor and her stories have a cozy feeling that you don't get everywhere. I totally recommend this book to anyone who wants to make anything from yogurt to granola bars.
my dad and i were thinking about making mac and cheese cupcakes. are there any recipes out there that you would recommend? we've been looking around the internet, but i thought i had better check here.
Hi all! This summer i have been VERY into making smoothies. i have made three or four different types already. i don't do exact quantities, i just measure by eye. my favorite includes two bananas, ice, frozen strawberrries, a big scoop of peanut butter, and half a vanilla yogurt. Does anyone else have really easy smoothie recipes they want to share?
they sound delicious whatever they are. my neighbor said she was going to make black bottom cupcakes and lemon bars to celebrate the beginning of spring. well i know what lemon bars are (i make them with my grandma every winter), but i DON'T know what black bottom cupcakes are. this seems like the place to ask!! :)
Whether made by Uncle George when you were eight, or purchased just yesterday at a farmer's market, what was the best smoothie you ever had?
my dad makes this for me and my brother all the time. it's a fun and actually fairly healthy treat! :)
What was the best food/meal/whatever ever made for/by you? How was it prepared? what did it involve? You can add a recipe or not. it can be a dinner food, breakfast food, or lunch food. heck it can be a snack food if it spoke to you so much.
I enjoy cooking simple desserts... but the only successful thing I've made was a great apple crumble. so i was wondering... what are the greats in the baking world?? is banana bread better than cookies? does cake top cupcakes? what are peoples opinions?
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