|Thai Corn Curry Soup|
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
|Flourless Chocolate Cake|
2) Seriously. Make this recipe.
3) Then eat it.
With just 4 ingredients and less than an hour of prep and bake time, you can have this luscious and moist slice of heaven for yourself. I am shocked and amazed by how easy this recipe is and how impressive the finished product was. Pair its soft, crunchy texture and bittersweet chocolate flavor with a piping hot cup of coffee or a cold glass of milk. Your week will instantly show signs of improvement. Your kitchen will smell amazing. You will feel like a domestic virtuoso. You will be more popular (if word gets out that you have some of this cake). You will achieve world peace. It's chocolate-y, delicious, and even gluten-free!
|I could stare at this forever.|
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
|Colorful and easy!|
Today's recipe, Orange-Glazed Pork Tacos with Purple Slaw hits this idea right over the head with sweetly-marinated pork shoulder nestled alongside a crisp, tangy vinegar slaw.
I made this for a dinner party that unexpectedly became a crowd (fine with me!). I turned to my kitchen BFF, my main squeeze, my knight in shining... chrome?... my good ol', trusty Crock-Pot. When you have a large group over and want to be budget-conscious, your choices are typically casseroles. Or sometimes casseroles. Or maybe casseroles. I have nothing against a casserole myself (I'll probably post some casserole recipes at some point), but this time I just wasn't in the mood, and a Crock-Pot is a great way to make a large, dollar-stretching meal. So what's a girl to do but buy a 10-lb cut of pork shoulder, tenderize the heck out of it and turn it into something delicious!