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Archive for April, 2010

I may be perfecting the ultimate pizza crust recipe for the rest of my life.  I feel it’s critical to document my experiments and successes so that hopefully, I will one day achieve the Agatucci’s glory at home.  I highly recommend you read that article.  It’s about my favorite pizza joint in the town where […]

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One of my Blogger friends, Monet of Anecdotes and Apple Cores, had a recipe for Homemade Bread with Olives and Rosemary last week that looked truly delicious.  I don’t often make homemade bread, so my skills are a little rusty, but I was willing to give it a shot.  After conferring for some advice from […]

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Intimité Totale. Produits Sous Licence Et Génériques à Vendre. Pour Les Meilleurs Prix. Tout Visiteur Aimerait Trouver Des Médicaments Bon Marché à L’intérieur De La France Garder En Ligne [URRLL] Sans Réserve. Avec Une Grande Réduction De Prix. Soyez Bénis Et Obtenez Des Comprimés Gratuits Comme Moi.This tomato tart recipe might also be called a […]

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By popular demand, DinnerandConversation has branched out to offer both personal chef services and catering services.  Check out my new catering menu at the top of the page.  If you find yourself picking up takeout weekly or simply tired of your own meals on rotation, my personal chef services may be perfect for you.  Maybe […]

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Key Lime Pie is my father’s favorite dessert, so I made it for his birthday last week.  I’ve been through a variety of bottled key lime juices over the years.  Between being hard to come by and inconsistent, I decided to give this a go with fresh key lime juice.  Key limes are those teeny […]

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Fish night!  SMIL told me she read somewhere that for perfect skin you should eat salmon, melon, and something else I forgot.  Along with nearly everyone, our family needs to eat more fish.  It’s healthy, it’s quick to prepare, and we are over-chickening in this house anyway.  Luckily I have children that eat and love […]

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Due to budget cuts and my continual tendency to overindulge at the grocery store, I’m trying to create only recipes wading through what’s currently available in my fridge and pantry.  It’s a great process for spring cleaning as well as creating new space for future bounty.  This recipe is quite similar to a Mediterranean pasta […]

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Spring is finally here.  I swear if I see that groundhog, I’m going to wring his neck.  Well not really, because I’m non-violent.  But the extra six weeks of winter literally almost pushed me over the edge!  These fresh caprese salad crostini are a perfect appetizer or make a great addition to a light and […]

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