I love broccoli. I love it raw, baked, drenched in cheese, and splashed with balsamic vinegar. I’ve never met a broccoli dish I didn’t like. When Joe and I were thinking about adding a vegetable dish to our beloved Thanksgiving feast, we both thought of broccoli, but neither of us had a recipe in mind. […]
There is no food on earth that tastes as good as the food you pick from your own garden (or your dad’s garden, as the case was for us today). This afternoon, we walked to my parents’ house and cut the first asparagus of the season. Less than two hours later, we were eating the […]
After a major holiday, Joe and I usually eat leftovers of the holiday meal over and over and over. It’s pure laziness. We eat Thanksgiving dinner or Christmas dinner or Easter dinner five or six or seven times over the course of the weekend. I wouldn’t mind that, except that I’m not a huge fan […]
Now that I’m lactating instead of gestating, I can eat all of the foods I avoided during pregnancy – cold cuts, hot dogs, soft cheese, and a little Mountain Dew. I’m livin’ large. And if you believe that… Anyway, I avoided this dip when I was pregnant because it’s served cold and full of deli […]
I’m drooling over the title; aren’t you?
I love deviled eggs. Everyone I know loves deviled eggs.
Around here, a dozen deviled eggs disappears before I even set the plate down.
I found this recipe at the America Egg Board website that I mentioned a few days ago.
I like Reuben sandwiches. When I was growing up, my mom made Reubens a lot, and we always looked forward to eating them. I’m not sure why, but my mom used potato pancakes instead of rye bread. I’m not a fan of rye bread, so that has always been okay with me. Anyway, this casserole […]