Budding landscape ecologist. Almost always thinking about food. Like to hike and visit lighthouses.
Key lime Pie!
New Mexican Green Chile Stew is the best in the winter.
Pickled jalapenos and kimchi.
Keep your knives sharp.
I love a frittata filled with veggies and herbs.
I went on a tour of the Glenkinchie distillery in the Lowlands when I studied just outside of Edinburgh in college. I wish I had made it to a distillery in the Highlands. Your photos bring back memories!
Our copy of Joy of Cooking is pretty beat up after just three years of consistently cooking from it.
This gives me a wee bit of hope for ol' Leinie's...after I started drinking real beer and I realized how awful most of their offerings are, I was pretty devastated. But it sounds like they still have something going for them. Too bad they don't have more Leinie's in Maine. They only have Sunset Wheat here, which I think is possibly the worst one of them all.
Maine wild blueberry pie is the best pie ever.
I definitely eat my Creme Eggs the lateral-diagonal way, but I do so for maximal filling enjoyment. The chocolate is second best.
I eat at least a dozen Cadbury Cream Eggs each year around Easter. The original one is by far the best, but I wouldn't turn down either the caramel or the chocolate version.
I've always been too afraid to try Fruity Cheerios. Frosted Cheerios are the BEST.
Hey Cakespy? How much sugar and cinnamon go in the crust? It's mentioned in the instructions but not listed in the ingredients.
I can't wait to dig into this pie tonight! I knew I wanted to make it the second I saw it.
Even in north central Maine, my grocery store manages to have a beautiful, well stocked fresh produce section and a surprisingly extensive selection of international ingredients.
Dark chocolate and maraschino cherries with a cherry cordial swirl.
I have to second the roasted chicken with lemon and garlic.
As a kid, it wasn't Christmas without White Fudge Oreos. I made your Fauxreos early last week and drizzled them with white chocolate because I was too afraid to dip them. (They were awesome!) Thanks for the instructions on how to dip these--I'm totally ready to do this...next year.
Let's be real--Sriracha can go on pretty much anything. Love the stuff!