I am getting the "No More Posts" message on the main page. This was happening a while ago, but I thought it was fixed. I hate to miss posts. Are other folks having the same issue?
I used to be able to scroll through multiple days posts on your main page. When I would reach the bottom of the page I could click on "more posts" and see old posts for multiple days. This is handy when I haven't been able to get on for a while and want to catch up with the posts. Now I can only access the "more posts" option a few times before I get a box stating "no more posts." How can I access older posts? (I used the word post a lot in this post.)
I have lots of leftover ham. Of course I have some of the usual tricks in my recipe box -- quiche, bean soup, ham salad etc. I am looking for new ideas.
What are you going to do with your leftovers?
I am going to be sending a few people on my list mail order gifts. What are some of your favorite places to order from or what are the best gifts you have received.
One of the recipients has small children so I was thinking of one gift that would please both the small children and adults. I am thinking of something in the $50-$60 range.
I have a pear tree that is loaded with pears. I am not a big fan -- it is a texture thing for me. I have given a lot away, but have so many I feel I really should make a jam, chutney or something with them. Do you have any ideas on what I can do with all of these pears. I would really appreciate any recipes you have. Thanks.
Yes, another blog awards competition. But this time, it's the Food Blog Awards, which focus solely on eats- and drinks-focused sites and allow for a certain level of specificity when it comes to voting divisions. After the jump, the full list of nominees, with links to their attendant polling pages. Lots of old and new voices in the mix. But do you see any obvious favorites missing? [via Kalyn]...
On Fridays, Deb Harkness of Good Wine Under $20 drops by with Serious Grape. This week, the best in bubbles. Photograph from Gaetan Lee on Flickr I can't seem to get my fill of bubbles this time of year. The holidays seem a bit more special with some sparkle in them. Just in time for pre-dinner sipping, post-shopping relaxing, holiday brunch mixing—and of course toasting the New Year—I've got my buying guide for the very best, affordable bubbles in the market. None of these sparklers should be hard to find, and they will add a festive note to whatever you're doing, even if it's just wrapping gifts. NV Soligo Prosecco Brut (find this wine for $11-$18) Really well made with...