I live with my husband and our brown tabby cat, Cali outside of Philadelphia. I love gardening, cheese, wine and good food (emphasis on the good). As a creative outlet I recently started a food blog: http://dishinggourmet.blogspot.com.
Barilla thin spaghetti.
Lemon yogurt cake with blueberry sauce: http://dishinggourmet.blogspot.com/2012/03/lemon-yogurt-cake-with-blueberry-sauce.html
We're back from Kauai and I just wanted to say thanks for the suggestions. We tried to hit all local spots and some of our favorites were:
Duane's Ono Char Burger (so delicious)
Bubba Burgers in Hanalei
Bar Acuda (amazing tapas)
Red Hot Mama's (by far the best burrito I've ever had)
Kilauea Fish Market (closely rivaling Hot Mama's and taking the prize for best fish burrito ever)
Kalypso (exclusively for happy hour...can't beat the drink prices and the coconut shrimp are to die for!)
Tahiti Nui (would like to go back and try their food; we had pizza and it was way salty)
Hanalei Gourmet (solid meal, nominally priced)
Can't wait to go back to paradise!
No Way! But I would re-do my kitchen and hire someone to clean my house :)
I've been to Peter Luger....and at the risk of subjecting myself to a ton of backlash, I don't think it deserves a place on the list.
@ melissalara01 Just opposed to using white cake mix.
Thanks to all for the suggestions!
10-14 meals a week alternating between chicken, pork, beef and a fish of some type (frequently salmon or tuna).
I used to hate the stuff, but it's great on a cobb or buffalo chicken salad or spread on a crostini with honey drizzeld on top.
I have no idea what kind of drink to make with it, but I usually add it to fruit salad for a little kick.
My fiance and I love Tria and the former Biba (now Tria Wine Room)! Great happy hour too!
Now THAT's a challenge. Other than some older, unused cookbooks, I don't think there's anything I would get rid of and not replace. I can think of a bunch of things I would like to relocate from taking up space in my kitchen to somewhere else, like my fiance's grilling tools :)
Wrong link, sorry! Here's the mousse: http://bit.ly/wxYB9I
If it's chocolate you're craving, try this mocha chocolate mousse recipe: http://bit.ly/AAWKp0
Lol, thanks for the feedback and the (much needed) laugh.
Thanks both for your suggestions. I made a cinnamon coffee cake last night with it, and it's delicious! Still have half a bottle left so will be trying both of your suggestions too. Photos and recipes coming on my blog soon!
Mionetto is one of my favorites! But nothing tops the $5.99 bottle I found in PA last year (Chairman's Special!) simply called "Prosecco" on an ovular shaped gold label. I only wish I remembered more details so I could find it again!
Barclay Prime in Philadelphia, hands down! It's a fantastic steak house with amazing service and an overall A++++ experience.
I bet you could make some sort of holiday punch with these.
Thanks for the suggestions, keep them coming! We've just decided that we'll be staying in Princeville, but plan to get down to the South too since we'll be there for 10 days.
Key lime pie martinis! Or just a key lime pie. So what if it's out of season :)
Try this one: http://dishinggourmet.blogspot.com/2011/12/rum-balls.html
My family loves them. Pecans are optional.
I'm from PA so I buy whatever looks good and is on sale. This time of year is great with all of the "Chairman's Specials" at the state store. I've alwasy been curious about wineexpress.com and wineenthusiast.com though.
My mom makes a fabulous low fat hot cocoa w/ skim milk, cocoa powder and sugar. She whisks it up before pouring in the glass to give a nice, frothy appearance.
Peter Luger?! Went there for a business dinner and left feeling I could've had a better meal at Outback. I realize some people are loyal to this place and I'm sorry if you're offended by my comment, but if you want a good steak that's worth the price you pay try Barclay Prime in Philadelphia. Delish!
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