Check out this easy recipe for a chocolate chip cookie for this round of Cook the Books. . . . → Read More: The Easiest Chocolate Chip Cookie EVAH!
I decided to turn over a new leaf. (Let’s see how long it will last, shall we?)
Over the holiday break, I decided to go through my stash of recipe books, clippings, magazines, etc. It was quite an undertaking, something that I am still in the process of sorting.
I found a couple of local . . . → Read More: Onion-Rosemary Bread
Why don’t we give homemade food gifts all year long? I suggest a new trend…starting with this recipe. . . . → Read More: Gifting Granola
I have three points to make on today’s post.
When a favorite blogger quits blogging it is like an old friend moved away to a third world country. Sometimes, I do use a tube of prepared bread-like substance. I refuse to name a recipe “dumplins.”
To address my first point…
Who else misses Jen at Juanita’s . . . → Read More: Bundles of Insane Apple Goodness
This panna cotta is the creamiest and most decadent dessert and can be topped with any fruit. Read on as I reveal my C.L.U.E. blogger assignment for February. . . . → Read More: Cardamom White Chocolate Panna Cotta for C.L.U.E.
Today is actually the day that I wrap up our New Mexico trip saga.
The odyssey began with us taking the scenic route for a holiday vacation. We continued this theme and actually did a lot of driving from our home-base in Santa Fe.
On Christmas Eve . . . → Read More: Turquoise Trail and Abiquiu
After visiting New Mexico, I am so tempted to put green chilis in anything and everything.
Case in point—this hummus.
Green Chili Hummus adapted from Dorie Greenspan
1 can (15.5 oz.) chickpeas 2 large garlic cloves, chopped 1/3 c. tahini 2 T. fresh lemon juice (or to taste) 1 can (4.5 oz.) chopped green . . . → Read More: Green Chili Hummus
Did you catch all the clues I posted recently?
Did you wonder why I was decorating with farolitos and baking bischochitos?
I know you friends and how astute you are so I am sure some of you guessed.
Yes, we went to Santa Fe for Christmas again. It had been three years since we spent . . . → Read More: Always take the scenic route….
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