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Archive for August, 2009

Molten Chocolate Cake

A bar of bittersweet chocolate has been mocking me in the pantry for months.  Bake me!  Bake me!  It cries.  I’ve taken it out at least four times only to find myself too worn out to create yet another set of dishes.  Some how the idea of cleaning the Kitchen Aid and a double boiler […]

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Wait, Who’s Bob?  Who the heck cares?  This was the response I got when John and Kari first gave me this recipe.  There may have been an expletive involved, but then again, I like to embrace all the English language has to offer me so perhaps that’s just my memory.  John D’s mother, Sylvia, is […]

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So the thing about Asian food, and I’m sure this is one of those foot-in-the-mouth remarks, is back when I had gestational diabetes, I couldn’t pass my blood sugar after a meal at an Asain restaurant to save my life.  Even when I thought I was making good choices.  Now – the same can probably […]

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The fridge has been cleaned out and restocked, and I’m on my way back up the ladder after a dismal week of culinary mishaps.  It happens to everyone, I suppose, but for some reason I seem to take the hit harder than most.  I screwed up egg salad for the love of criminy.  That is […]

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Dear Internet, I’m sorry for disappearing so abruptly.  I just came home from Utah and then, well, life did what it seems to have a way of doing and straight took me out of the game.  Seriously you don’t want details, but I had some surgery and much to my dismay, it took just frankly […]

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Lobster Bisque

So it’s a bit non- traditional, but we ate our lobster bisque accompanied by grilled turkey and cheese sandwiches.  Loving husband and I had a miscommunication and he ate my reserved lobster meat before I could add it to the bisque.  I can’t get upset, though, since that means A) he loved the prepared lobster […]

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Get out of dodge.  I’ve finally cooked fresh live lobsters!  This has been a want and a dream of mine for as long as I can remember.  There’s something so pure, raw, and unadulterated about taking a live ingredient and making it yours from start to finish.  It’s completely primal.  Now I’m not a hunter, […]

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Making a standing rib roast in Texas is July is borderline insanity, but it’s one of my favorite things to eat/cook so I do it anyway.  Apparently it’s one of my 2 year old son’s as well since he knocked back at least a pound of beef all on his own.  Plus he likes end […]

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