Monthly Archives: April 2011
My aunt Arwen (yes, definitely named after Arwen Undómiel) can prep a series of baby foods that look at least as good as homemade guacamole in less than a min for her bundle of screams. I’ll never forget watching her … Continue reading
I had the idea for these while making the bread for the Stanwich competition we did last month. I think the fact that there was not that much bacon and onion in it made it so great, too much and … Continue reading
On a cold winter night in the northern most tip of Vermont I went trekking through the forest to find maple trees. My dad has been a canoe trip guide at a girls camp in northern Canada every summer since … Continue reading
We have a new houseguest in our living room window. How should we prepare the eggs?
We were hosting our best friends recently and decided to make these Catalonian Meatballs out of the Anne Willan Book that Megan gave us a while back. This book is tough, and I’ve never been able to make anything from it … Continue reading
Without having read about Danielle’s fried chicken craving I paralleled this sentiment and purchased pork chops for Steve at Whole Foods on Monday. Steve had mentioned that they were on sale when he went on a last minute save-the-dinner broccoli … Continue reading
It was sunday night around 8:30, when Danielle out of nowhere exclaimed to me that she had to have fried chicken. This statement was so infectious that soon we we’re both scouring the internet in search of a soul food kitchen … Continue reading