The Easiest, Most Delicious Cookie Recipe In The Universe… I Swear!

This post was originally published in January 2009. I’m republishing it for anyone who hasn’t read it yet because I made these cookies tonight and they are so delicious, I needed to share the love with all of you – because everybody needs to devour these cookies at least once, but preferably often. My friendsContinue reading “The Easiest, Most Delicious Cookie Recipe In The Universe… I Swear!”

Recipe: End of Summer Pasta (from Parents Magazine)

Every now and then I try a new recipe that is so amazing I just have to share it with everyone I know. The other week I was flipping through the latest issue of Parents magazine and spotted this recipe for End of Summer Pasta. Always on the lookout for new uses for the eggplantsContinue reading “Recipe: End of Summer Pasta (from Parents Magazine)”

Aloha Friday: Kitchen Talk

I’ve been reading this fantastic book called Eating for Beginners by Melanie Rehak. It’s what I wanted The Omnivore’s Dilemma to be and then some. Speculation and information on the food industry, organic and local food and why they matter, tales of her experiences working in a restaurant kitchen and helping out local farms andContinue reading “Aloha Friday: Kitchen Talk”

Book Review: Sweet Life by Mia King (and a bonus recipe!)

Grade: B+ I have been trying to get my hands on a Mia King book since I first found out about the hugely popular author a few months ago. She is well known in the blogging circles for her books which combine topics like marriage, parenting, career and self identity and much more. In SweetContinue reading “Book Review: Sweet Life by Mia King (and a bonus recipe!)”

Over-Used Recipes Week: The Meals We Could Make Blind-folded

Tiffany at Simple Modern Mom had this stellar idea to share our most loved / over-used recipes we make so often we could practically prepare them blindfolded. The idea is pretty basic – link up your tried and trues at her blog and check out the recipes other participants have been making for their families.Continue reading “Over-Used Recipes Week: The Meals We Could Make Blind-folded”