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I’m kind of agnostic on fresh corn. It’s good and I’ll eat and like it if someone serves it to me, but I’m rarely moved to do anything with it myself. Plus, I get sick of flossing after a cob. … Continue reading
We finally got a grill! And we know how to use it and how to make most of the meaty deliciousness we plan on cooking with it. So…um, now what? We need accompaniments to the meat explosion. Nice, vegetabley salads … Continue reading
Pecans are not the easiest thing to find here. Most of the ones you find are smoked or salted or candied or something and not suitable for pie-making. Sarah did find them once at Aldi, but we’ve been prepared this … Continue reading
We’ve never been able to make a really good lemon bar. Maybe that’s not exactly right – we’ve never made a lemon bar that we’ve thought was perfect. Either the lemon mixture wouldn’t gel, or they were impossible to remove … Continue reading
I love wrap sandwiches. When we’re anywhere with a Marks & Spencer food hall, I live on the things (mostly because those happen to be in England and it’s hella expensive there). So I wanted to try making my own. … Continue reading
I’ve been trying to get these right for a long time. After combining elements from several different recipes, I think I’ve finally hit on a winner. This recipe will probably make enough for four adult portions. 1 1/2 lbs medium … Continue reading
While between jobs in Detroit, I worked for a few months at a place that served only soup – pretty good soup, too. They had one that, after I had decided it was my favorite, they quickly discontinued. With some … Continue reading
Our Netto practically across the street from us has closed with very little warning (about a week). This is bad news; it means the only grocery store on the island is the Biomarkt next to the Netto. Not that the … Continue reading
Can you believe we’ve never made an apple pie before this weekend? Sarah found this recipe. I think it’s a keeper. I like the blend of elements from a traditional apple pie and apple crisp.