Food Blog of the Day Archive
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April 4, 2011
So there was this one time that I kept making cake balls... just all different kinds of them.. and then.. and then.... Oh yea, that's right now! So this time I made Chocolate Chip Banana Cake Pops and they are divine. D-VINE!
April 3, 2011
Pinakbet is a dish that originates from my mom's hometown in Ilocos Norte. It's a melange of vegetables; tomatoes, onions, bitter melon, okra, green beans, all cooked with garlic, ginger, and bagoong (shrimp paste) until shriveled. It's one of my mom's staple recipes... a dish that she either cooks, or brings home from the Filipino store.
April 2, 2011
I came up with the idea of baking sesame and wasabi brownies after eating Vosges Black Pearl flavor chocolate, which has ginger, wasabi, and black sesame inside. Although I used 3 tbsp of wasabi powder, these brownies did not turn out spicy at all! Otherwise, they were nutty, chocolatey, and fudgy.
April 1, 2011
What are hamentashen? They are triangular shaped cookies (because the evil Haman wore a triangular hat) filled with jams, poppy seed spread or chocolate.
March 31, 2011
So this past week I had some mushrooms at home and decided to make Mushroom Paninis for my husband and I. I took this recipe up several notches by caramelizing the onions with butter in a Cast Iron Skillet - oh yeah! Sound good, right? It was delectable!
March 30, 2011
When I say the words â€œBananas Foster French Toastâ€, what thought comes to your mind? For me itâ€™s one all encompassing word. Scrumptious.
March 29, 2011
There is nothing much simpler than roasting veggies. The caramelization brings out the sweetness in the carrots and the subtle hint of Meyer Lemons adds a really delightful flavor. I have made them several times and just had to share this recipe!
March 28, 2011
Yes, veggie noodles again. I love it, Im on a kick right now with it, what can I say.
March 27, 2011
A satisfying dessert should be no different than the best of the finger foods. So feel free to eat - simply to enjoy.
March 26, 2011
They were bananas after all. No? The only difference being that you cook them rather than eat them raw. But they are bananas just as cooking apples are apples....yes? I rest my case.
March 25, 2011
You just have to trust me on this one. It's a cookie inside of a cookie. How can it not be amazing?
March 24, 2011
Irish Potatoes, a creamy coconut candy coated in cinnamon to make them resemble potatoes. I had never heard of them before, but I fell in love with them immediately.
March 23, 2011
Butternut squash pureed into macaroni and cheese just sounds like a match made in heaven, doesnâ€™t it? It is also a fun way to sneak in another veggie.
March 22, 2011
I had never heard of them before and for some reason the thought of deep-frying avocados had never crossed my mind. Nevertheless, I was determined to recreate them...
March 21, 2011
Need a midnight snack? Or anytime snack for that matter, my cookies and cream peanut butter might just knock your socks off :)
March 20, 2011
They were big boys. They were round... good handfuls. I've never met them before, so I was a bit shy introducing myself.
March 19, 2011
When it comes to unusual food names the British definitely take the top prize. Care for some bubble and squeak or spotted dick? How about toad-in-the hole?
March 18, 2011
Continuing on with the asparagus theme, I cooked up a somewhat unique breakfast dish. Hashbrown topped with a fried egg and asparagus with an asparagus puree to use as a sauce.
March 17, 2011
Is it "en-dive" or "on-deev"? Would you believe there is only one correct pronunciation?
March 16, 2011
Looking back on my recipes of late, one would never know I am supposed to be a healthy food blogger. Iâ€™m chalking my recent spate of less than slim recipes to the ultimate depths of winter burn out; and stating here and now that I promise Iâ€™ll get back on the good-food track.