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i’m baaaaack!



Hi!  Remember me?  I blog!  (Well, if you can call it that.  More like ramble, but well, you know…  Kinda like this, see?  I’m a pro!)  Um, so yeah, thanks to those fantabulous people over at We Fix WordPress Blogs, I’m back bitches!  Also, ever since I typed “I’m baaaaack” up there, I’ve had this song in my head from We’re Back!.  You know, that animated dinosaur movie from the early 90’s?  C’mon, you know what I’m talking about, right?  Ahem. As pertinent as that information was to this post, this is a food blog, so, onto the food!

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So a few Saturdays ago, I was in a Bad Mood.  Blame my unemployment status, the fact that Parker woke up early from his nap (which meant that so did I), or the more likely culprit, Mother Nature, but I tired, cranky, hurt, and upset.  So while some girls like chocolate and ice cream, I’m a salty, savory kinda gal.  Pass the cheese, please.


While I could have hacked up a hunka chedda, I thought to myself, what better time to try my hand at a souffle?  So what that they are infamously as temperamental as my disposition was?  At that moment in time, I had to know that I could do it.  I may have failed at everything else in my life, but dagnabbit, I would at least know that I could souffle.


Did I do it?  Did it fall?  Did I have a meltdown in the kitchen (again)?  Oh the suspense!



Actually, before I could get to any of that, I had to figure out how I was actually going to cook the thing.  Despite the fact that every cabinet and drawer in my kitchen is crammed with some sort of pot/pan/utensil/tool you could ever need (and let’s be honest, a lot you don’t), I don’t have a 6-8 cup souffle dish.  But you see, I had to do this souffle Right Now.  So I instead opted for a 1 1/2 quart (that’s six cups for all you non-math wizards out there) saucepan.  Even despite it’s traditional, fussy reputation, guess what?  IT TOTALLY EFFING WORKED!  Even though I forgot to turn the oven down immediately after putting it in the oven.  In fact, it resulted in even more toasty golden brown deliciousness, which in my book, is hardly a bad thing.  So good in fact, Parker and I ate it for an afternoon snack.  (Apparently, the glutton characteristic is genetic.  Thanks, Mom!)


Spinach and Cheddar Souffle adapted from my dear lovely the Contessa 3 tablespoons butter 1/4 cup plus 1-2 tablespoons finely grated Parmesan 3 tablespoons flour 1 cup hot (not boiling) milk pinch of cayenne 5 eggs, separated, at room temp, plus one extra white 1/2 grated Cheddar cheese, lightly packed (She specifies aged Cheddar, I just used the huge extra-sharp block I buy at Costco.  Excuse me, we make a lot of grilled cheese around here, okay?) 10 ounces frozen spinach defrosted and squeezed dry (a potato ricer works great for this) 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar Preheat oven to 400.  Butter your 6-8 cup souffle dish (or saucepan!) and sprinkle with the tablespoon or so of grated Parmesan.  (This is essentially like buttering and flouring a cake pan, except with more fat and salt.) Melt the butter in another saucepan and whisk in the flour, stirring to avoid clumps.  Cook over medium-low heat for a couple of minutes.  Stir the milk, cayenne, and salt and pepper.  Drop the heat to low and cook, stirring constantly, for a minute or so until it thickens.  Stir a few spoonfuls of the milk mixture into your egg yolks, then mix back into the milk off of the heat.  Add the remaining cheeses and spinach.  Stir to combine, then scrape into a large mixing bowl. If you have an electric mixer or beaters, this is where you would break them out.  Put the egg whites, cream of tartar, and a pinch of salt into a bowl, and if using technology over your arm, beat at low for a minute, medium for another, and then on high until firm peaks form, and they look all glossy-shiny (like my hair would be if I took time to wash it…).  (I have no idea why you beat them in increments like this, but I’m not one to argue with the Contessa.  Or classical French cuisine.) Add a third of the whites into the cheese mixture and stir in.  You’re just lightening the load here, don’t worry about folding too carefully.  Add another third, this time folding to hold the air in the mixture.  When you no longer see white, fold in the last third of whites. Pour into your prepared vessel of choice, smooth the top, then draw a circle on the top.  Place in the middle of the oven, and immediately turn down to 375.  (I didn’t do this, and it wasn’t a big deal.)  Bake for 30-35 minutes.  Don’t peek!  The peep show’s at the other makingitwithmeleyna website….

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12 Responses to “i’m baaaaack!”  

  1. 1 Patty

    Welcome back!
    I’ve never made a soufflé because of the very reason you cite; kitchen crammed full of everything but, and I’m not a big fan of “single-use” items. I’ve often wondered if one of my Pyrex mixing bowls would work, and now you’ve inspired me to give it a try and see what happens.

  2. 2 Junecutie


    I’m so glad you’re back! I really missed reading your blogs. I guess “into each life some rain must fall, yada, yada, yada”; but it really sucks when a favorite falls victim to the wrath of the electronic gods. Even temporarily, I’m just sayin. I love this souffle recipe, i’ve made it before when I lived at sea level atmospheric pressure like normal people. I haven’t tried it since I moved to the Denver area, though. If you hear a loud boom and see a mushroom cloud over Denver, it could be my experiment gone awry.

    Much love and many blessings to you and Parker,


  3. 3 Meleyna

    Thanks for the warm welcome back you two, and best of luck to both with your souffle-ing. It really is a great sense of satisfaction when you do it!

  4. 4 Dandy

    I’ve been dying for a savory souffle! I have to be honest, I’m totally not going to make this.

    But I am going to print it out and hand it to my fiance to make.


  5. 5 Meleyna

    Hahahahaha, that comment totally made my day. And seeing as it’s Friday, that’s saying a lot.

  6. 6 Scootabaker

    Yay! The Master-Laugh-Maker is back! Finally…

    And you’ve proved yourself to be a true chef with the making of souffle in pot!
    I’ve really, like, really been wanting to try my hand at a souffle but I haven’t bought a souffle ramekin. Well apparently I don’t have to now! That’s pretty resourceful of you using that saucepan. And I can totally make this now cause I got a new oven and it’s got a window!!!!!!

    And on the topic of cheese…. I love it. yes I do. My boyfriend and I eat cheese, tortilla chips, and drink wine every friggin night for dinner. Not to be classy, just because we po’ and love expensive cheese from Switzerland. We’re giving back to the Swiss economy for giving us such deliciousness.

    Are you the kinda girl that likes to put salt on her watermelon? You did say you’re a savory chic…


  7. 7 Charlene Austin

    LOL….you crack me up! I may have to pass on the souffle but keep the recipes coming!

  8. 8 Meleyna

    I know, I know. Staying away was actually a strategy to get you guys to miss me more. Or something like that.

    As for the souffle (this goes to you too, Miss Charlene), it really wasn’t terribly difficult. As long as you have a little kitchen know-how, you’re good to go. Really, all you’re doing is grating cheese, making a roux, and whipping eggs (which the KA did, not me!).

    Ahhh, cheese and wine for dinner. Thank you, Trader Joe’s being down the street. Because of you, this is an every night likelihood for me too. :P

  9. 9 Ryan

    Nice. So when are you going to culinary school so you can join your cousin in the professional ranks?

  10. 10 Meleyna

    When I win the lottery?

  11. 11 ASHLEA

    I just saw ina making a blue cheese souffle today and thought i must try it! good to know they work and this one looks fabulous! yum!

  12. 12 Meleyna

    I’ve seen that too (I think in one of her books a while ago), I’m just not that big on blue cheese. A few crumbles in a salad, maaaaaybe, but I don’t think I could do a whole souffle of it. When I saw this one I knew I had to try it.

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