This recipe of thai tea was interesting. It was not as orange as I’m used to – the ones where you get in a thai restaurant.
This dish was surprisingly easy to make. The dish in the book required just a few ingredients – sourdough bread, ham, gruyere, and eggs being the main ones
Turkey is one of the more difficult ingredients that I’ve had to use – it’s often hard to get the turkey moist. However, I put my trust into the Alton Brown recipes and hoped for the best. Continue reading “Cooking: Turkey Sliders”
I decided to get 3 different recipes in for a dinner party with friends, a couple with this adorable husky not-so-small puppy. I had decided to be slightly ambitious and make 3 different recipes from the Alton Brown book that made sense together – cocoa nib vinaigrette, fish sticks and custard, and the french fries. Continue reading “Cooking: Dinner Party”
I’m not 100% sure why Alton decided to include this taco in the breakfast area since it’s not really a breakfast item. Regardless, we decided to make “breakfast” for dinner at one time. There’s a great supermarket I’ve talked about before, Berkeley Bowl, that actually has a bunch of different fresh ingredient. Continue reading “Cooking: BCLT Tacos”
As works starts picking up again, it’s really hard to get back into the swing of it all: baking, cooking, and doing everything I need to in life. This zucchini bread was super easy – and delicious the next morning with brunch. Continue reading “Baking: Zucchini Bread”