Yesterday was B.U.S.Y! Aside from the normal frenetic pace of life that goes hand in glove with having five sons ages 10 and under we had other pressing matters. I am milking goats for friends up the road while they visit family, planning for a wedding rehearsal dinner I’m catering in August, helping put up [Read On]
For an easy to print version of this recipe, see the new, updated post here. I’ll keep this to the point. Make these burger buns. They’ve been our family favorites for a couple years now and I know it’s burger season so I’m back to evangelizing about these rolls. Ask my sisters, Mom, brothers, Aunts, [Read On]
Update: The easy-print version of this recipe can be found here! “I feel thrifty, oh so thrifty. I feel thrifty and nifty and bright. And I pity any Mom who isn’t me tonight.” Alright, so Stephen Sondheim I’m not, but this is what I was singing to myself this morning while simultaneously whipping up pancakes [Read On]
It is official. I am addicted to food blogger events. When I saw that Holler from Tinned Tomatoes was hosting her No Croutons Required event for July and that the category was vegetarian soups and/or salads showcasing herbs I was thrilled. I lovey love love fresh herbs. Since I have parsley and chives growing in abundance [Read On]
It was pointed out to us that we should have a badge for our Second Tuesdays Déjà Food event. (I’m looking at you White on Rice Couple!) So, here it is. Eherm, I think it is anyway. Not so sure what a badge is, but this looks badgy to me.
And yes, there’s a prize! (See below) Here at Foodie With Family we- Rebecca and Valerie- love leftovers. They let us get creative with ingredients, minimize food waste, save money, try new flavor combinations without risk (You got one meal out of this already, right? Take a chance!), and save time. And they do the laundry. (No, wait, that’s [Read On]
Yesterday morning, while studiously avoiding anything resembling housework by noodling around on the computer, I saw that Michelle, over at Thursday Night Smackdown, was having a “First Thursday Smackdown” event. The rules? Simply make something you’ve never made from your collection of cookbooks or magazines. Righto! I was up for a challenge. I broke out [Read On]