Two events, 24 countries and 225 recipes later, we’re back with the 2011 edition of FOODalogue’s virtual Culinary Tour Around the World. I know those stats cover a pretty wide swipe around the globe, but there are still places with interesting cuisines to be discovered…and we’re off in search of them.
An unplanned and throw together dinner that turned out so good, it would be criminal not to share it. Besides being a healthy and satisfying supper, it’s just so damn easy and tasty!
More savory than sweet, crunchy rather gooey, and a seemingly simple recipe…this was the perfect baby step for my official foray into baking. Though ‘seemingly simple’, things didn’t go exactly according to the recipe. Do they ever? There was some intended substitution of ingredients — and there were some unintended. Midway, a frantic post went up on a twitter and facebook: SOS – can I substitute egg nog for buttermilk in a cracker recipe? Bought the wrong thing. Some of my foodie friends came to the rescue about mixing regular milk with vinegar. Didn’t help…I had no milk.
Oh, well, I said I wanted to start baking and that I wanted to do it ‘my way’… Continue reading Baking for Beginners • Raincoast Crisps
I know it won’t be long before I resemble this bird — stuffed and exhausted — so I just want to say as we approach Thanksgiving that I am thankful for many things. I live each day in total awareness...