Category Archives: Recipes
Alton Brown’s Scallops on the Half Shell is an awesome, awesome recipe. The breadcrumbs are a delicious addition. The Boyfriend made this a few weeks ago, and he said the most important thing to watch out for is over-cooking the … Continue reading
The Boyfriend made Alton Brown’s French Toast a couple weekends ago for brunch, and it turned out well. We like to eat it without any accompaniments, but I imagine it would taste awesome with strawberries, blueberries, and/or bananas.
The Boyfriend made Alton Brown’s Steak au Poivre last weekend. The peppercorns were an awesome addition, and the steaks turned out great. The sauce, however, ended up tasting like coffee, which we did not like and threw away. I don’t know … Continue reading
We made Paula Deen’s Five Layer Bars once, about a year ago. We’re making it again this weekend because it’s delicious and I haven’t stopped thinking about it since. Note: the recipe dictates “1 jar Five Layer Bar Mix” as an … Continue reading
We used a bastardized version of Sarah Stephan’s Blackened Chicken Pizza with Yellow Tomato Salsa recipe on some thin sliced chicken breasts this week. We didn’t have tomatoes, red onions, jalapeno peppers, cilantro, or pizza crust, so we applied just the spices … Continue reading
The Boyfriend made Tyler Florence’s Baked Lobster with Garlic Butter Panko for dinner while I was sleeping off my Bay to Breakers booze last weekend. It’s basically baked lobster enveloped in breadcrumbs. He also fried some potatoes in butter and … Continue reading
The Boyfriend found Ellie Krieger’s Honey Pistachio Biscotti recipe on Food Network last week, and we gave it a try. It turned out well, and we’ve been eating it with tea and Nutella.
According to Google, hard-boiling eggs in boys’ urine is all the rage in China. I have never eaten or made any myself, but if one billion people think they’re a delicacy, who am I to criticize? Here’s a recipe inspired … Continue reading
The Boyfriend and I made Rachel Ray’s Spanish Chicken and Rice Soup last Sunday for dinner. We doubled the portions because we’re pigs. It’s similar to Catherine’s Spicy Chicken Soup, which I love, and more filling because it contains rice and … Continue reading