The weekend is upon us and whether or not Easter/Passover is your thing, breakfast should always be and for that, I bring to you a Spinach, Brie and Pear quiche, which should help with that. I have a love/hate relationship with quiche. Mom made her […]Pin It
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People always think I’m a lucky duck when I say that I grew up in Florida, but the truth of it is that I was young enough that I never really experienced the personality of the city, and the Miami that I lived in was […]
Back in the kitchen, taking it slow. I got the post-move ball rolling in the easiest way possible with this kettle corn recipe, and I’m building myself up towards a multi-layer cake extravaganza (maybe). Until I get there, here we have the second easiest thing you could […]Pin It
There is too much to do, not enough time, not enough hours, not enough arms, and what suffers is the food. However, rather than reaching for the closest fast food item, I tend toward the opposite: less is more, and things like warm yogurt and […]
A few months ago whence from vacation I came, I made this dish. It doesn’t really have a name except for generic Mexican-ish one pot chicken dish, and thus I named it chicken taco chili, but it’s so good that you should just ignore the unappetizing […]
Isn’t it weird how a salad always tastes better when someone else makes it? Am I the only one who thinks that? I mean, I can try and try again to make a salad as good as my favorite little bistro and it just doesn’t […]
Spanish-Andalusian style-chicken with saffron and almonds It’s that time of the year where we’re all stuck inside, and dinner should be cooked low and slow. The slow-cooker or Dutch oven working for hours until the smell fills the house and it becomes unbearable to resist. […]