Hey everyone, I hope you’re enjoying a fun March break if you’re off this week! We finally decided to book a quick trip to Arizona to visit my parents…even though after our December holiday travel shenanigans I vowed I wouldn’t fly with Arlo again until he’s older and less squirmy…lol. Spoiler alert: he is at
The air in the morning and evenings has been decidedly cool this past week. I always find it funny how it just seems to creep up on you here in NZ. One day you’re sweltering in the sticky heat of summer, finding it hard to imagine it will ever cool down, then bam, it’s autumn.
One of the places I love to lurk on the internet is on boards and groups where people discuss their menu plans for the week. I am so sorry you thought I was going to say something more exciting here. I mean, of all the place to lurk on the internet, Deb. I am truly
I’d been meaning to stop into Edwart Chocolatier since it opened nearly three years ago. But I had my head buried in the books and I wasn’t let out until after dark. And once released, I’d make a sprint to the nearest bar or café for a drink or glass of wine, before retreating again.
If I were to offer you any unsolicited advice worth taking it would be: live in a city with a sandwich. Now if you’re smart… you’ll live in a city with multiple sandwiches. Top of mind that means that the most successful living takes place in both New Orleans (for its po’boys and bless-ed
Popping in to add something to the pantry staple arsenal. Malk? Mylk? I can’t. It’s just milk made from nuts and seeds and has made no sense to my parents how one “milks” a nut so I hope I can clear some things up for them, if perhaps visually, here. See the nipples on that
What is a magic sauce? It’s a simple sauce you can use a hundred different ways. And you should absolutely have one or two in your repertoire! Here are a handful of the best. 1. Original Magic Sauce – (101 Cookbooks) This was the first magic sauce I posted. I called it magic sauce, in
Having a food processor in the kitchen makes quick work of so many tasks. A good one will knead dough for pies and pizzas; purée dips; and, with the right attachments, slice and dice way faster and more evenly than most people can do by hand. The one problem? They’re notoriously pricey. We tested a