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June, 2010 Posts

Lemony Orzo-Vegetable Salad

June 29th, 2010

Lemony Orzo-Vegetable Salad

As many of you know because you were there, I recently took a ‘lil cruise (where to? irrelevant), and delightfully stuffed my face with escargot soaked in pools of butter, greasy cheeseburgers, unlimited French fries and onion rings, milkshakes, chorizo pizza, midnight corn dogs (corn dogs!), sausage rolls, chocolate fondue…wow, I’ll stop now before I embarrass myself [...]

Spelt Olive Oil Cake with Chocolate and Rosemary

June 24th, 2010

Spelt Olive Oil Cake with Chocolate and Rosemary

I’d been meaning to get this recipe for over a month, my little bag of recently purchased Spelt flour sitting in the back of the cabinet waiting to contribute itself to this odd experiment of a cake. The book this recipe is from, Good to the Grain: Baking with Whole-Grain Flours, by Kim Boyce, has garnered [...]

Beet Risotto

June 23rd, 2010

Beet Risotto

This picture doesn’t even do justice to the aggressive magenta that was this risotto. Really, I can’t imagine a brighter pink without it veering into the fluorescent zone. It…was…awesome. I had very high expectations of this recipe, first of all because I’m in love with beets and second of all because I’m madly in love with risotto. And [...]

Fennel Ice Cream

June 20th, 2010

Fennel Ice Cream

Unsatisfied (duh) by the recent raspberry sorbet, I was sitting in front of my computer the other night idly musing over what my next ice cream flavor should be, and (I wasn’t even looking for a recipe) this just popped out at me. I took it as a sign. I got up from my chair that instant, checked my spice [...]

Julia Child’s Cherry Clafouti

June 18th, 2010

Julia Child’s Cherry Clafouti

A bit of a strange bird, this one, but a good bird, a good bird. I like it a lot. Last summer, I made this recipe with blackberries, I presume because I didn’t have a cherry pitter, and lord knows how you pit cherries without one! What did they do before cherry pitters? Well, traditional [...]

Raspberry Sorbet

June 16th, 2010

Raspberry Sorbet

“Good not great” (as in Dwight Schrute’s quick assessment of Michael Scott’s breath) is the phrase that keeps popping into my head when I think of this sorbet. It does the trick, the “trick” being that it satisfies the craving for something sweet and cold when you’re feeling too fat and/or guilty to have ice [...]

Dorie’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

June 15th, 2010

Dorie’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

I’ve been sitting on this post for an unacceptable amount of time, not because I didn’t have anything to say but because there is so much to say, and not just about these chocolate chip cookies in particular but about the whole wide world of chocolate chip cookies in general. Because, more than anything else, this recipe taught [...]

Fried Egg on Toast

June 14th, 2010

Fried Egg on Toast

A runny egg yolk is one of life’s simplest pleasures, guaranteed to produce smiles on thesis-writing and non-thesis-writing faces alike. I love puncturing that gelatinous sac, my heart never failing to swell a bit at the river of bright yellow saucy deliciousness that floweth forth. Mmmm and then sopping it up, in this case with a thick slice [...]

Chocolate-Peanut Butter Cake

June 11th, 2010

Chocolate-Peanut Butter Cake

I asked/ordered my sister to make me this cake for my birthday. Then, I suggested/insisted that she take pictures of the process and convinced her that she wanted to do a guest blog post. Today is her birthday (the nerve she had to be born so close to my birthday!) and, as a birthday present [...]

Three-Bean Salad

June 10th, 2010

Three-Bean Salad

Summer is all about the cold or room temperature side dishes whipped up in the kitchen while (at the risk of being sexist here) your manly man is manning the grill. Here’s a classic three-bean salad for all your summer barbecue needs. It’s very sweet and tangy, with black-eyed peas added for a Southern twist, and because they’re [...]

Maple-Chipotle Cashew Chicken

June 9th, 2010

Maple-Chipotle Cashew Chicken

I got a request for more main courses on the site and so, in an effort to provide one person with near-instant gratification, I whipped up one of my old standbys, and I’m just going to have out with it: this is a Rachael Ray recipe. Yes, yes, we all despise her. We detest her stupid [...]

Loaded (or not) One-Bowl Brownies

June 7th, 2010

Loaded (or not) One-Bowl Brownies

What you see here is the result of an 11 p.m. chocolate craving satisfied at around 1 a.m., while the husband was in blissful dreamland (or so I assume since it would be impossible to have nightmares with the scent of baking brownies wafting through the house, although there’s always the possibility of dreaming of [...]

Sugar Snap Peas with Mint-Shallot Dressing

June 3rd, 2010

Sugar Snap Peas with Mint-Shallot Dressing

It’s difficult to resist a pile of edibles that’s literally overflowing onto the asphalt, so when I spied these sugar snaps I felt compelled to help reduce the bounty. I like sugar snaps because they’re refreshing, and this recipe highlights their cool crunchiness. A recent unpleasant experience with fresh mint left me wary of the herb. (Fyi, fresh mint ice cream [...]

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