Warning: this post contains far too many italics, because bread. I love to bake bread. I have this great bread recipe book: The New Complete Book of Breads by Bernard Clayton. It is one of my favorites — not only does Clayton write clear and precise instructions, and include steps for food processors/mixers for those who don’t … More A Patriot Bakes Loyalist
After over a decade of living with ulcerative colitis and eating to placate it, I have come to the final conclusion that spinach and I can never ever be friends again. Yes, it may be a “legal” food according to the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. Yes, it is fantastically good for you. In particular I’ve bought and cooked … More No spinach for you?
Via Jay Lake, I lived to See the Day when the Pope and the President of Iran are more doctrinally Flexible than the GOP He also linked to this, which made me laugh: GOP Rep Quotes Bible on Food Stamps I like the “willing” part. As part of our nation’s unemployed-and-looking, I’m sure an plenty willin’, … More I say, what a smackdown!
Can’t believe I missed this: Walz wins delegation hotdish cook-off I miss you, Minnesota, and all your comforting, love handle-padding, arterial-clogging delights. Might have to make some of the recipes off their list before it gets too hot out down here to turn on the oven. Third Annual Minnesota Delegation Hotdish Competition (recipes included) I’m somewhat … More Passing a cheese-and-potato smothered dish across the aisle.
Click on over to Jay Lake’s blog to see glorious, glorious cheese. It was so infectious that after reading I had to go cut up an apple and some seriously inferior extra-sharp cheddar. [cheese|photos] The Paradise Lost cheese spread Am currently enjoying a little evening MyTX, the Waco TV channel I used to think of … More Sweet Baby Cheesus