https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=118&v=eQgIwwKmjdo My favorite is the Nickleback technique.
We had this as an accompaniment to grilled chicken, but I think it would be lovely just by its self for lunch. Peanut Noodle Salad 1 package Linguine pasta 3 Carrots 3 Green Onions 2 cups Mung Bean Sprouts (fresh or canned) 1/2 to 1 Cup Thai Peanut Sauce (jarred or your favorite recipe) 1 … Continue reading Peanut Noodle Salad
How was your Halloween? Ours was very nice. The kids had friends over for meat hand (thanks to notmartha.com) and I tried a new recipe for the appetizer course. Blue Cheese and Onion Spread 2 4oz containers Cream Cheese (room temperature) 1 4oz containers Blue Cheese crumbles 3 tablespoons Caramelized Onion (You can purchase these … Continue reading Blue Cheese and Onion Spread
I've been reading a great book. A love story set in Paris, with recipes? That's just so entirely my thing it's almost as if this author wrote it with me in mind. Thanks Elizabeth, you're awesome! I bought the E-reader version of the book so my Nook is doubling as my cookbook this time around. … Continue reading Dinner Tonight: French Onion Soup
I can never find Burgundy wine. Maybe it's the same thing? Maybe I'm not looking hard enough. Whatever the case, I've always used Cabernet Sauvignon in my version of Beef Bourguignon. Let me tell you a secret about this classic French stew. It's cheap eats. It's what you want to have when you are pinching … Continue reading Dinner Tonight: Beef Sauvignon
This is also a really great brunch recipe! Preheat oven to 400 degrees. For the pastry: (makes 2 tarts) 2 9inch prepared pie crusts (1 box Pillsbury) 1 egg white Spray the pie plate or tart pans with cooking spray. Unroll the pie crust and gently arrange into the tart pans leaving a small overlap … Continue reading Dinner Tonight: Bacon and Onion Tart