Hey food fans, please accept our sincere apologies for leaving you hanging without an update over this past week. Both of our lives have been extremely hectic, but we really enjoy the interaction that this blog brings with all of you and the way it forces us to be creative with our cooking. This week we will be posting LAST week’s challenge – the Breakfast Challenge and then next week we will post both the Cheese and Russian Challenges to catch up. Thanks again for your continued support and we hope you continue to enjoy the blog.
Without further ado, which BREAKFAST treat would you prefer to wake up to “Chicken and Waffles” or the Contemporary Green Eggs and Ham Omelet with Home Fries? Continue reading →
His Stuffed Goodfellas Pasta Sauce with Braised Meats and Homemade Meatballs was the winning dish in the MOVIE OR BOOK INSPIRED Challenge!
As always, thanks to everyone who came out to the site to vote.
Sorry for the lack of updates these last few weeks, your humble cooks have been extremely busy with work and school and more work and more school and more work but will be back in full force in the upcoming weeks.
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Sorry for the wait this week but hopefully you’ll find our offerings as delicious as ever as food and fiction meet in the ultimate culinary showdown. Which dish will be the book that you can read over and over, or the movie that keeps you coming back for more: the Goodfellas Pasta Sauce with Braised Meats and Homemade Meatballs or the Winterfell Beef and Bacon Pocket Pies? Continue reading →
Coffee – it’s not just for breakfast anymore – it’s for **DOUBLE POINTS WEEK**as well. And thanks to the stimulatory effect of its main chemical – caffeine – coffee can also be found as a common accompaniment at many other daily meals. According to the National Coffee Association, 54% of American adults drink coffee every day and 25% drink it occasionally. As high as this number may seem, in terms of per capita consumption America ranks only 23rd in the world (Finland is #1 with 12kg per person). Unfortunately, the statistics are unclear as to how many American adults cook with coffee, but it’s clear that not enough people do. The rich and robust flavors of coffee are as excellent in savory dishes as they are in ice creams and tiramisu. Hopefully we can give you a couple of ideas to build off of in order to add coffee to your cooking repertoire. Which one of these dishes is going to be keeping you up all night: the Chipotle-Espresso Braised Short Ribs with Jalapeno-Cheddar Grits and Red Eye Gravy or the Kona Coffee Crusted Rack of Lamb with Sweet Fig Mustard and Kona Coffee Jus