***Voting is over and the results are in…I WIN! Thanks to all my readers for the support.*** I know I don’t talk about myself all that much here. I’m more interested in telling you about food. But as this is food related, I figured I should mention it here. I left my job. I know. […]
Posts Tagged ‘herbs’
This month’s Mystery Box theme is the color orange. Totally appropriate and delicious. The recipe I decided on could have been made with sweet potato, squash or pumpkin, and since I decided against sweet potato and couldn’t find canned squash in my neighborhood, I went with good old pumpkin. Oh, pumpkin. I do adore you. […]
What do you get when you cross the desire to use up some extra ingredients in your fridge and the desire to use a slightly neglected favorite pan at the same time?
Frozen yogurt is something I wanted to play around with some more, especially after the horrible bout of tummy aches I suffered recently, probably due to my excessive ice-cream-eating and cheese-nibbling. That’s a bad lactose-intolerant!
Since I’ve become so hopelessly addicted to my ice cream maker, I’ve been trying to come up with ways to share the things I make with others. Unfortunately it is very hard to transport and share ice cream, so I was thinking about putting it in paper cups. Which somehow made me think, “huh, I […]
This is the first of I don’t know how many Iron Cupcake entries I’ll get to this month. I’m hoping at least two more, and one will (hopefully!) be entered in the first Iron Cupcake: Midcoast Maine (which happens to be occuring three days after my new lease starts, so basically while I am moving…I […]
After I made rhubarb pie, along with what I considered to be a very disappointing attempt at a fruity ice cream (though it went very well with the pie), I got to thinking what other ice cream flavors would be nice with rhubarb pie. Strawberry ice cream is the obvious answer, but when have I […]
My entire life, I’ve dreamed of the day I would move away from Maine, preferably to a city. I don’t like being relatively isolated, having to drive significant distances to get to anything interesting or unusual, and being years behind trends in food and fashion. Luckily within a few months I’ll be in The Very […]
You know what’s awesome?
It’s violet season!