I understand that the red label of canned tomato soup is probably very patriotic and that eating grilled cheese and tomato soup is one of our commandments or laws or requirements as Americans. I support that, I do. But– I don’t think my grilled cheese sandwich deserves to bathe in a mixture of weird canned […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Forget dinner– let’s skip straight to dessert. What could possibly be better than dumping everything in the crock pot and having your entire house filled with the glorious, sweet, satisfying smell of freshly baked dessert?! Cooking dessert in the crock pot requires a little more attention to detail than the normal dump-and-go meal prep, but […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
Due to popular request, here is my recipe for Passover Puffs. These are great for making sandwiches. Yes they are made with matzah meal, but no– they don’t taste like Passover food. If you want to add some variety, try adding more or less sugar, depending if you are serving them with sweet or savory […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Sometimes it’s tough to figure out how to cook a large piece of meat– especially if you don’t want it to taste, well… tough. I know some of my readers don’t eat this “other white meat” so you can also try this recipe with a turkey tenderloin if you’d prefer. This recipe makes me think of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Growing up, my dad really liked tapioca pudding and I could never understand why he enjoyed eating eyeballs. They looks gooey and slimey and smelled like playdough. I also remember seeing vats of it at chinese buffet restaurants and was again reminded of things like eyeballs and fish eggs. Then I discovered that with a […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.