23 June, 2009
I blame my Auntie Donna. Lovingly, of course. She came to visit this past Friday for Patrick’s graduation.
When my mother threw some tasty looking steaks onto the grill, she quietly slipped out of the house and picked up some spicy black bean burgers from the grocery store.
Apparently, she hasn’t eaten beef or pork in years. Sticks mainly to chicken and seafood, and didn’t want to have a dinner of rice and vegetable medley.
She grilled up two of the four patties and enjoyed them at the table with us. Later that evening, her and my grandmother left to head back to Maryland. The remaining two patties were my lunch on Saturday and suddenly the container of black beans in my fridge became fodder for creating my own spicy black bean burgers. Read the rest of this entry »
26 October, 2008
I made another babka yesterday and took lots of photos to make up for my initial lack of them. I even borrowed my roommate’s camera to get better photos than usual.
Due to a temporary lack of a real camera, most of the photos on here – save the apple cake ones – have been taken with my cell phone.
I’m supposed to be getting one of these for my birthday on Nov. 3 (hint, hint), which is what I took the apple cake photo with. Expect lots of food porn in November.
By the way, the actual recipe I followed is in the previous post.
Now, without further adieu, a babka tale through photos! Read the rest of this entry »
10 October, 2008
I realized that since I shredded chicken for the first time with that last recipe, you all might like a tutorial. It’s incredibly easy, and can be done barehanded or with two forks. Here’s the tutorial video I watched before giving the chicken taco soup a go.