January 28, 2013
So, I’m going to go ahead and pretend that it hasn’t been almost five months since my last post.
(Eeep! Five months!)
My lack of posting has not been from a lack of cooking.
I’m still dutifully planning five homemade meals a week, minimum.
And thanks to (the glory that is) Pinterest redefining the way I store recipes, at least one of those per week have been new-to-me dishes.
Last night’s new dish turned out to be teriyaki shrimp soba noodle bowls by Lauren’s Latest. Read the rest of this entry »
September 3, 2012
Labor Day is upon us, and I can’t believe that fall is almost here!
I live in Florida.
Fall doesn’t happen until, like, December.
So with that in mind, I will continue to offer amazing salad recipes.
Yeah, that’s right. I said “amazing salad recipes.” Read the rest of this entry »
August 26, 2012
Ahhh, Hot Pockets.
Those plasticky, bumpy pepperoni and hot
cheese lava filled food products were once a thing of glory for me.
When I would sleep over at friends’ houses, I would marvel at their freezers full of glorious frozen goodness.
And I was always a little surprised with they casually dismissed my exaltations at their many, many options of instant food bliss.
You mean you can have a waffle in, like, 2 minutes? Read the rest of this entry »
April 20, 2012
What’s your favorite thing about mashed potatoes?
All that cream and butter smashed in, right?
So, what’s your favorite thing about loaded baked potatoes?
All that deliciousness piled on top.
Am I right? Read the rest of this entry »
March 4, 2012
I’ve got to say.
The days for serving soup in Florida are dwindling.
There’s really only a couple of months out of the year where I can get away with ladling out piping hot soup in the Sunshine State.
And this winter has been especially warm.
(Like 85 degrees in February warm.) Read the rest of this entry »
February 5, 2012
Over the last year, a healthy grain called “quinoa” has been all over the foodie blogosphere.
(See, I notice things.)
Apparently, it’s the best thing since kale chips.
Quinoa, pronounced “KEEN-wah,” looks like tiny brown balls of health.
I was skeptical, to say the least. Read the rest of this entry »