Archive for the 'breakfast' Category
Life lessons learned from Halloween: My refined adult palatte has realized that Sixlets are slightly fruit flavored, and are not just sad, wannabe M&Ms. Reeses and Butterfingers are much better as an adult (I didn’t like peanut butter as a kid, I know, weird), nobody on my street is cool enough to give out Almond Joy […]
…elephant, elbow, elf, eagle, mail… (Okay, not mail, but that’s what all my three year olds say when I hold up a flashcard with a picture of an envelope.) And most importantly, E is for egg. Which is what’s for breakfast and/or dinner at least three days a week.
Easy Sticky Buns As I’ve mentioned before, I’ve got somethin’ of a crush on Ina Garten. I saw her make these “easy sticky buns,” the easy part being the use of puff pastry rather than yeasted dough. (My mom actually used to make a big pull apart sticky bun thing in a bundt pan using […]
Szechwan Carrot Soup I eat a LOT of soup. They’re so simple to make, so full of flavor, and they last a good part of the week for me to pack up for work. Plus they’re cheap to make. This one in particular is a great way to use up that two pound bag of […]
Overcome by a sudden tug of domesticity, I decided stay in tonight to clean my room, the bathroom, AND cook! (And by tug of domesticity I mean I didn’t have any money left for the bar after diapers and new socks, since those damn toddlers socks are teeny and inevitably end up lost in the […]