I found this recipe at a new favorite blog of mine. Easy, all season salad for lunch or dinner recipe.
Start with a healthy salad base. Continue Reading →
Lucky for us, we have some friends who have gardens. And with gardens this time of year, there seems to be an abundance of tomatoes, and in D. & A.’s case, also eggplants. When we had them over for dinner last weekend, they brought along some of their bounty for us to share in. Continue Reading →
Just in time for the weekend. I love quiche lorraine. It has to be my favorite quiche of all time. With smoky bacon mixed with sweet caramelized onions and nutty gruyere cheese, and usually a flaky crust packed full of butter making for the perfect meal.
It’s worth the wait, as all good things are in life. Last weekend, E. said that he wanted the perfect weekend. We spent almost the whole weekend lazing on the couch, watching really bad tv, catching up on past movies, and eating and eating and eating.
Breakfasts were made up of brie omelets, sausage and bacon at noon. While lunch was eaten leisurely at 3 or 4 on the couch catching up on the latest The Glass House. After all that indulgence, dinner was still on our minds. Continue Reading →
Making fresh pasta is a luxury. It tastes velvety and is so deliciously tender, and is worth every second of time it takes. Continue Reading →
July 16, the middle of summer. 90′s during the day, and the 70′s at night. Sun rising early and setting late. Lazy weekends filled with sunning oneself by the pool, occasionally dipping in to cool off, briskly tiptoeing the sun heated poolside tiles. Ducking into a theater more to avoid the afternoon heat than to catch the latest superhero blockbuster. And to me, this. Continue Reading →
Since it has officially been over a month since my last post, it seems due for publishing. Sad to say, I don’t have all to much to give as a reason for the absence. No cross town moves, fabulous summer vacations or broken lenses, just pure unadulterated fun. Continue Reading →
Also known as “Slutty Brownies,” these are the ultimate dessert item. A chewy cookie layer is on the bottom and top, keeping the brownie and the Oreo cookie layers neatly contained and deliciously moist.
Quick breads. Fast, simple breads that could be eaten for dessert after dinner, as a butter vehicle when sitting at the brunch table, as the middle course between the tiny sandwiches and the chocolate dipped strawberries during tea time, or as a fast and easy breakfast when running out the door. Continue Reading →