Lobster in Maine at a picnic table with a bottle of Chardonnay. Not fussy just good food and company, my hubby.
To me it's just a term used loosely to say let's have a party with some food and drinks. I wear jeans and expect my guests to dress comfortable. Don't get stuck on the definition. It is what you make it.
I have this in the oven right now. Smells great and I have always wanted to try a vinegar sauce.
My baking has improved with the use of my scale. I wouldn't bake without it now.
Bacon all the way.
Ok Saucy Johnny expand on that. I have never had Dungeness but if I'm going to be ordering I can order those as well. How are they to cook and eat?
Anyway I can get it.
Harry and David? Not sure of the quality though.
Nice dark chocolate with 30 year tawny port. The best way to end a meal.
Dark with some skim milk.
lately Skirt steak. Never could get it in MN so now in NC I see it all the time. Quick dinner and tastes beefy.
Dark chocolate and raspberries.
Espresso made with a stovetop pot, and then make a latte.
Smoked pork butt in my backyard.
Butternut squash cubed tossed with olive oil, S & P, smoked paprika and Cinnamon, roast at 425 about 20-25 minutes. It's awesome.
Can you double this recipe with success or should you do one batch at a time?
Thomas Keller for the win!
I run Firefox and have no problem with any part of the site. Everything runs as fast as any other site.
I have found a website called eat your books. You can save in your bookshelf cookbooks, magazines and even blogs. Then when you are looking for a recipe it will find any recipe that you have in your bookshelf. I just started but it seems pretty cool. Great way to save those recipes and pass on your magazines.
Roast chicken with all the trimmings.
@ifyoucookit- your comments are me in a nutshell, well except the prego part. Just went and did a rough count and came up with about 260 and I think I have a couple of boxes downstairs. Also have 4 three ring binders with recipes in them. I can't stop buying when I see an intriguing cookbook and I do reference and use them. I didn't count the magazines that I have or get each month. Send help!
Which 3 cup Zojirushi? I checked out the website and they have a few models. Do any of them cook wild rice? I didn't see a setting for that but wondered if any of you had tried it. How do you know which one to buy? Thanks square_pie for bringing up this topic.
I love my Moka pot. I have been using it everyday for years and have had no problem. I did upgrade to a stainless steel Italian model which I think tastes better than an aluminum pot. The "espresso" tastes great and I don't need an expensive machine.