I used to be a picky eater. Thankfully, I recovered, but I'm still trying to make up for lost time.
Ice cold coca-cola. Works every time.
Monica -- I agree! Everything I've tried from the PDT Cocktail book has been incredible.
This is awesome. I was jut wondering about DIY pumpkin puree over the weekend!
What are the odds that I'd have old donuts languishing in the kitchen right now. Love this idea!
Dare I say these would be so fun to serve at an engagement party or shower?
Can't wait to try this!
I love everything about this: the recipe, the thoughts of zucchini flowers in my head, and the story behind it. Oh to be in Nice, wandering a marketplace!
This has me craving a sip at 8:45AM! But I think riesling would be an ok breakfast wine, yes?
Wow, delicious. And there's an abundance of just made jam in my fridge.
@RhiWC You are right! Thanks for catching my mistake. As Morrison says: ""Ruby Ale is a fruity classic that many a newbie craft beer fan has cut his or her teeth on (including me)." I went to college in McMinnville, so perhaps my memories of the beer at McMenamin's Hotel Oregon and Golden Valley are a bit fuzzy.
@HATTIME Unfortunately my beverage book review position doesn't come with a large travel stipend. I've got a trip to BC on the docket for July, and am excited to be staying at Spinnakers in Victoria. Any suggestions as I venture north?
WOW. I'm a sucker for the thin mints (kept in the freezer). Has anyone tackled that?
This soup is awesome!!!
So adorable! And easy too.
Yes, the brownie recipe on the Ghirardelli Sweet Ground Chocolate is very good! I would far rather make those than pay $16 for a mix.
Oh my, this sounds amazing! It's definitely on my list for sometime when there will be many others around to help me gobble it up.
The bialy is so regional -- I'm a west coaster and have never had one in my freezer. In the wintertime I am a big fan of stocking up so that going out isn't necessary. The freezer has meats and sausages, soups (freeze the leftovers) and the pantry polenta, arborio rice, lentils, beans, etc.
I agree with an earlier commenter -- I'd avoid the dip, but the onion tips I will keep around! Already dreaming of an onion tart with goat cheese and bacon.
This is so exciting! I have spent several winter stints in the Cambridge area doing research for my book. It is so cold and the produce options are kind of sad (I am lucky to live in San Francisco). How cool to know that on my next trip I can get farmer's market produce, snacks, etc. Will make for a better trip!
A friend used to make Brown Bag Biscuits: cut biscuit dough into bite size, toss with cinnamon, sugar, and butter and bake. Oh my -- they are super easy (more like a cross between a doughnut and a churro) and very, very good.