This recipe was one of those very pleasant products of a pretty eccentric experimentation. I bought molasses a few weeks ago for the recipe swap Molasses Date Muffins. Molasses is not a usual suspect in my pantry. In fact, it feels quite foreign. So the other morning, I was trying to figure out what else to make with it. I also recently bought two gigantic bags of flour for the yard sale muffins. ...more
Almond butter takes a close second to peanut butter in the rankings. Especially fresh homemade almond butter. You can taste the TLC. I remember making homemade peanut butter with my mom when I was little. She'd pull out the food processor (that she still uses to this day) and we'd sit there and wait for the peanuts to transform before our eyes. This magic trick still works on me.
Saturday, May 14, food bloggers around the country will set out tables of delicious treats to raise money for Share Our Strength, a nonprofit that works to make sure all children in the United States have enough to eat. The bakers will be participating in the second annual National Food Blogger Bake Sale.
I found jazz guitarist, graphic designer, and breakfast lover Bill Wurtzel in the New York Times just as the Month of Breakfast began -- and I melted. How wonderful is this fellow, who plays with his food to give his wife of nearly 50 years over 400 healthful, and adorable, breakfasts?
I came across Lobster Pot Pie through a sweet subliminal message. My better half finds Ina Garten’s cooking to be quite divine, and whispered to me, “I want to try Ina’s lobster pot pie.” I took this as a challenge more than wishful thinking. A...more
We asked our bloggers to share tales of their cats’ very real personalities and what they most love about SHEBA® Entrées. Read their posts and comment to share about the spirited felines in your home! Read more