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If you don’t know this about me already, I have a huge sweet tooth; I love making and eating desserts. Some of my friends, however, are on the other end of the taste spectrum; they enjoy savory foods so much more. For a long time now, chefs have been experimenting different ways for those who want the best of both worlds. Let me share with you my experiences with sweet *and* savory foods that were intriguing, memorable, and surprisingly, tasty!
Years ago, when I was gift- and souvenir- shopping in SoHo, New York City, I decided to see what Vosges Haut-Chocolat had to …
One of the hardest parts of baking is finding the right recipe. I know that I am very lucky for the fact that I can call my mother at any moment and ask “What’s the best recipe for (insert desired delicious item here)?” and she would answer without missing a beat. She always has the best recipe for everything but that is because she has tried them all. However not everyone has a mother who cooks as much as mine, and not everyone has the time to experiment with recipes the way she does. I know that as a college student, with …
While I am in Washington DC, I stopped into Sprinkles Cupcakes for breakfast this morning! Dee Dee and Abby were most helpful and I had a great visit with them. I had to taste first hand the cupcakes that started the cupcake trend.
Of course the most popular is you guessed it the red velvet. Usually I don’t order a red velvet cupcake but Dee Dee convinced me otherwise and I am glad she did! It was tasty and delicious and I could have eaten the cake without the frosting.
For lunch while sitting in the car I had the strawberry cupcake. …
I arrive in Miami and the first stop is at Scully’s which I first found out about watching Guy Fieri’s DD&D on the Food Network. Since appearing on DD&D, it is now known as the World Famous Scully’s Tavern!
Guy was right when he said it was a bar with good food and not just good bar food, food you would not expect to find at just a bar! Scully’s had reasonably priced food with large portions.
The typical bar food of wings and burgers could not tempt me. It was the daily specials which is what I came for and I …
Sometimes staying in for New Year’s Eve is an enjoyable option as opposed to going out! Sometimes you just want a nice quite New Year’s Eve with good food and drink at home! I can always go out for dinner another night!
I always plan a complicated menu and started to this time as well when I realized I wasn’t in the mood for spending hours in the kitchen.
I just wanted to relax and enjoy the day and make something wonderful yet simple that would have that WOW factor after all it was still New Year’s Eve! Then I found this …
I love sweet potatoes and marshmallows! It was always a tradition at every Thanksgiving dinner growing up and anytime sweet potatoes were served for that matter. When I moved to New England, sweet potatoes and marshmallows were uncommon at Thanksgiving; mashed potatoes were the expected side dish unless you came to my house. I would not change my tradition for anyone. To put it simply, it just was not Thanksgiving without sweet potatoes and marshmallows! I did not care if anyone else ate the sweet potatoes as long as they were there for me!
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I can’t tell you how many years ago I discovered this recipe from Rachel Ray for a fudge shaped wreath that takes five minutes to make and gets rave reviews wherever I have brought it! I was pleasantly surprised after making it the first time that it has become a staple in my house to make!
It is great to have around the house around the holidays but more important if you need to make something quickly to bring to someone it takes 5 minutes to make! Did I mention once you start eating the fudge it is addictive?
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Being a communications major, I have always been fascinated watching TV shows in the making. So far I have been to taping of game shows, sitcoms and food shows.
How did this journey start, well many, many years ago I dragged friends in LA to a taping of a game show. Little did I know that a game show tapes a whole week’s worth of shows in one evening and lucky for me they still to do this day speak to me! Years later when I was in LA with my daughter the only tickets to a show taping we could …