Posts Tagged ‘eggs’

For most of us, weekday pancakes aren’t an option.  If we were even to go out on a breakfast service limb and prepare any maple-syrupped item, it would be a freezer-to-toaster venture or a box mix + tap water recipe. There’s no big miracle here except that the ingredients … Read More

Something amazing has happened with the LA food scene over the last ten years.  We got one.

The economy took a dive and we all ate and cooked away our sorrows.  From the ashes emerged young buck chefs who now make magic with organic produce, bring a multitude ethnic flavors to the … Read More

Not until I saw a waiter in Rome crack eggs into bowl of warm pasta, did I realize that the simple old world preparation for spaghetti carbonara did not include cream or peas or bacon.  And not until I ate that carbonara this summer on a repressively hot day in … Read More

There are many reasons to avoid lasagna…it’s complicated to prepare, a four-digit calorie count, the silent g, the loud g (luten), square meals aren’t your thing.

What if I told you delicious lasagna can be gluten-free, low cal possible and you can whip it up rather quickly, and remarkably quickly when … Read More

For a minute this past summer, we planned a European trip for when our son would be away at camp.  Don’t you just hear ‘European’ and think of strolling, food, wine, scarves, American shaming?  My more adventurous better half thinks more of conquering places we’ve never been, something say Berlin-ish. … Read More

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