This weekend I made roasted broccoli for the first time. The hubs doesn't like broccoli at all; in fact, he thinks it's one of the most stinkiest, smelling vegetables! And I absolutely love broccoli!!...more
For years I have been a captive viewer of the Food Network and have enjoyed, learned and experimented with many recipes and ideas from the chefs on the programs. Some of them (like Emeril) you tire of and other's are just entertaining. Paula hit the scene and we were all mesmerized by the sheer volume of fat, butter and sugar she laced into every recipe. He ha...Southern Cooking. The stuff that plugs up arteries and sends ...more
I don’t watch all that much TV, but when I do watch, it’s almost always the Food Network. It beats watching the local news, which, where I live, would cause a case of agoraphobia if you’d let it. Besides, I think it makes me sophisticated to watch the Food Network. Everybody on there is so intellectual and enlightened....more
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Here at BlogHer, we're awfully excited about Ree Drummond's Pioneer Woman Food Network show, which premieres Saturday, August 27, at 11:30 am ET/10:30 am CT. But starting tomorrow, you can get a sneak peek at the show based on Ree's The Pioneer Woman blog, best-selling cookbook and memoir.
Last time I wrote here, I was surprised to see “99 posts” by my name, so Happy Anniversary to me! I checked to see, out of these 99 posts, which have been read the most. That list is below.
A couple of years ago when I found blogher.com, I was impressed with the depth and breadth of thoughts and feelings expressed here. It’s equally nice to find the silly. Silly is as important as pie, and pie is essential.
Here are my posts that’ve been read most often, so far:
1) TRADER JOE’S FEARLESS FLYER
2) PAPERWHITES: BLOOM WHERE YOU’RE PLANTED
3) FOOD NETWORK CHANGES
There are people like Rachel Ray and Guy Fieri that you might not watch very often, because a little of them goes a long way. Every now and then, though, they come up with something that makes you head over to The Food Network site to grab a recipe. ...more
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