giovedì 26 aprile 2007

Mondo food 2007

Pita Panzanella

Nev- …Neverland- No. Er…Cod fish! *sigh* As you may well imagine, being the smart-alec that I am, that I’m trying my utmost to make a Peter Pan joke here. It just seems like a hugely wasted opportunity, when the word play is so brilliant - It... read more
blood sugar
Since Little Brother arrived, I have had less time for the organic market than when his brother was on baby food. With two munchkins in the house, I do my shopping when I can fit it in the schedule of daily life, and that is rarely on a Saturday ... read more
Too Many Chefs
We decided to buy a domain and now we move to read more
Dessert Blog
Powered by Mochila Our new feature, “What We Had For Lunch Today”, will chronicle the everyday lunches of co-workers & friends. Sadly, our new feature took a major hit this week from what can only be described as the Superflu. We should be back o... read more
Food . Restaurants . Recipes
The time has come yet again, to steal something from my favorite blog on the planet!! I know, between all of my blogs, you can honestly find something I’ve found over at Venomous Kate’s blog and had to steal. (VK–I hope you don’t mind, but h... read more
Kater-Bug Cakes
I am having a contest! The first one in a series of many to come. The winners will all receive a new copy of The Sweet Melissa Baking Book. You can read the review of this book here.Once all emails have been submitted to me, I will use ... read more
Renaissance Culinaire
Wedding season is approaching, and here is a stunning cake to get you in the mood. Gone are the days of fluffy frosting and miniature plastic people on top of the cake. This elegant cake is covered in smooth, pale pink and rich brown fondant, and ... read more
Sugar and Sweets: find something crave-worthy
Jalebi is one of the most popular sweets in india. It is very famous especially in north india. It served on every Celebration.Serve 8JALEBI1 cup plain flour(maida)1 tbsp gram flour(besan)1/4tspsoda-bi-carb 1/2 tbsp oil 1/2 cup thick 3/4 cup warm ... read more
What' s New In?
Welcome to the Chocolistas! We're participating in Bloggy Giveaways this week. If you've never popped in before, we're glad you're here. If you're on old friend, nice to see you again. We hope you'll stay awhile and have a look around. You'll find... read more
The Chocolistas
INGREDIENTS 1tablespoonextra virgin olive oil 3/4lbchorizo sausage, chopped 2lbsground chicken 3tablespoonschili powder 1tablespooncumin 1onion, chopped 3garlic cloves, finely chopped 1red bell pepper, chopped 1 (15 ounce)cankidney beans, drained ... read more
plain cook Recipes
Creme Brulee The origins of crème brûlée (pronounced krehm broo-LAY) are very much in contention, with the English, Spanish, and French all staking claim. The Spanish have taken credit for this sensuous custard as “crema catalana” since the... read more
Sweet Sinsations
This is going to be a long post so please bear with me. I don’t like writing long posts but since I have been trying to stay away from the computer (my eyes and some of my joints were starting... read more
What's cooking?
One large banana, peeled and cut into small pieces Two kiwi fruit, peeled and quartered 1/2 cup peeled and diced mango 1/2 cup peeled and diced papaya One cup freshly squeezed orange juice (for low card dieters, substitute a cup and a half of any... read more
Shake It Up: Diet Drink Style!
(above) El Salvadorian beef stew with rice, beans, tortillas and plantains; authentic tamales served in banana leaf; the pupusa served with a cole-slaw like salad.Taco RicoChattanooga TennesseeIt's good to see that Chattanooga's only El Salvadoran... read more
Being a parent I can’t even begin to tell you how many times this line has been uttered from my mouth. The words are classic, the disagreement has been going on for centuries I am sure. You must Eat your Food! You spend a hard day working, and the... read more - a Mothers blog about baking, cooking, parenting, and enjoying all things in Life.
It's spring. I think. There are two spring traditions that occur in my old home town: one old and one not so. I grew up on the Mississippi River - no, not on a raft like Huck Finn, but in one of the many small towns on either side.&nbsp... read more
Thyme For Cooking, the Blog
For dinner last night, I fried a 1.32-kilogram pompano, made a pot of miso soup while my husband prepared a bowl of Japanese kani salad. What is kani salad? It is a mixture of cucumber, carrot, crab sticks and sweet ripe mango. Most recipes say ju... read more
Pinoy Cook - Filipino food, cooking and recipes blog
We created over 200 cupcakes for a wedding at the Royal Albert’s Palace in Raritan, NJ. The cupcakes were setup with our 7 tier cupcake stand and a 2 tier garden top cake with butterflies, birds and crystal flowers. The cupcake flavors included pi... read more
Pink Cake Box Wedding Cakes & more
Go Home Team!!!...what??...yes...I'm in Toronto, actually born and bred home town, so it was kind of fun to be creating this sculpture for some "Leaf" fans...They both have their hockey team jerseys on, and even her floral bouquet incorp... read more
custom wedding cake toppers
Mm, dumples. U Like "Do you want to get some dumplings?" asked John. "OH SWEET JESUS YES!" was my internal reply, although I probably said something less frighteningly enthusiastic like, "Um...sure!" Three weeks ago when I went to John's apar... read more
The Girl Who Ate Everything
I have a fundamental problem with getting up and out of the house by 7:00 on a Saturday morning. But last week it ensured me a bag full of fresh tender spinach from Primrose Community Farm and it’s sweet, green, fresh flavor is enough to tempt me... read more
What geeks eat...
Marjanna ha preparato questa magnifica torta per gli 80 anni della nonna read more