This was my first SF foodie event!
A holiday cookie swap at 18 Reasons in the Mission. After last year’s successful swap in Boston, I was excited to find another one to participate in this year. All I had to do was bring 3 dozen cookies for sampling and swapping. [...]
We are back in Beantown after spending the past few days (without my camera cord) in Maine. The majority of the time, I roasted in front of the fireplace to further illustrate my cat-like tendencies.
Fireplaces provide such a relaxing ambiance in a room. I’m drawn to them like a moth to a [...]
Thanksgiving came early for us this year. I am cooking up a storm today for a faux Thanksgiving feast. We are still going to spend Thanksgiving with family up in Maine for the actual holiday, but I really wanted to take on the challenge of pulling together a big holiday meal.
Apple Pie in a Jar is an idea for the record books, but I can’t take the credit for it. I found this blog with all the little pies-in-jars your heart could ever desire.
The concept is simple: bake individual mini-pies in mason jars. Easy to serve, no runny pie juices [...]
Coming up with a title for this post has been fun. Quiche is a silly word, in writing and when spoken.
Here are runners-up for the title:
Son of A Quiche
Piece of Quiche
Easy Cheesy Quiche
Quiche Playin’ Games with my Heart
I served a cheesy [...]
Nectarines are one of my top five favorite fruits, and I don’t take those rankings lightly. But this year, it seems I’ve developed an allergy and I can’t eat them raw anymore. Hives, blotches, fat lips, the works.
My produce delivery box didn’t know of this new allergy last week, so [...]
A sign of summer is a busy, vibrant farmer’s market. There is one right up the street from my office, and I’ve passed by more times than I can count. The market consists of about 20 vendors, stationed around Copley Square. It is active on Tuesday and Friday throughout the late spring and [...]
When all else fails, eat.
We made some pizza over the weekend, not on homemade dough (but that’s probably better off).
I did use a homemade sauce though, and plenty of leftover veggies: green bell peppers, white onions, leeks, shallots, tomatoes, and garlic.
I even sliced some pears and put them [...]
Some bacon would need to be added to this for it to truly be the ultimate man’s dish. But, this rendition is a good start. This is also my little sister’s special request for her birthday dinner every year. Who doesn’t love some form of shepherd’s pie?! Justin [...]
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