I love me some bread pudding, yet I never make it. You can be assured that if it is on the menu when we dine out, I will order it. Chocolate bread pudding, pumpkin bread pudding, traditional Southern bread pudding with whiskey sauce. It matters not.
When I saw this recipe in our local paper . . . → Read More: Breakfast Bread Pudding
We read MFK Fisher’s How to Cook a Wolf for this round of Cook the Books. Keep reading for an easy way to use up the surplus of zucchini I hope you are getting from your garden. . . . → Read More: Frittata of Zucchini
Back to my OCD-themed mania. Here is a recipe for breakfast when you have a few mouths to feed. . . . → Read More: OCD continued: Chipotle Breakfast Tacos for a Crowd
Laurie Colwin (along with a visit from mom and homegrown tomatoes) prompts some reminiscing about eating alone. . . . → Read More: Cook the Books: Eating alone…
I know this title is a true redundancy, but these are truly double-the-heat deviled eggs. . . . → Read More: Diablo Deviled Eggs
OK–we are definitely making up for lost time. The very last part of May we attended a cooking class at The Stock Pot. The menu was derived from whatever was fresh at the Farmers Market and the chef was from one of our favorite restaurants, The Tavern on Brady. We were in!
We were . . . → Read More: Cooking Class and the Perfect Deviled Egg
I can’t believe it is time for another Secret Recipe Club post. This month I was assigned my first international blogger! . . . → Read More: Blueberry Flaugnarde for April’s SRC
Here is the Easter and Passover holiday post for Holiday Recipe Club. . . . → Read More: Holiday Recipe Club: Wild Onion Baked Omelet
Some New Mexico inspired dishes including Green Chili Eggs, New Year’s Day Chili, and Espresso Brownies. . . . → Read More: Recipes from (but mostly inspired by) Santa Fe
This is the start of my sweet potato-palooza experiment. . . . → Read More: Savory Sweet ‘Tater Quiche