Monthly Archive: May, 2010

This was perfect.

And I almost never feel that way about anything I’ve made.  Good, often.  Really good, sometimes.  Perfect?  Infrequently. I’m not gonna take much credit for it though* – the ingredients were perfect.  Sun-dried… Continue reading

Na Zdravi!

The Czech Republic is known for one thing above all others – beer.  And there’s a reason for that – green signs proudly announcing Staropramen or Pilsner Urquell hang outside every pub in… Continue reading

Sweet Potato Challenge

I’m doing a cleanse. It’s called “the empty pantry cleanse for those without vehicles,” and it is generally not completed by choice, but rather out of necessity. The ingredients allowed in this particular cleanse are carrots, canned beans, lentils, dry grains, and flour/butter/eggs/vanilla/other baking ingredients that rarely disappear completely in a one person household. So, you might argue that this cleanse is a lot less strict than the lemon juice and cayenne pepper “Master Cleanse,” but it also takes a whole heck of a lot more creativity than it does to mix the same four ingredients together for every meal for 2 weeks. (Why on earth would someone think that was a good idea?)

Peanut Butter Birthday

Wednesday, May 12, 2010, is not today.  It was yesterday, and it was Trevor’s 21st birthday.  However, due to the annoying college tradition of final exams, said birthday had to be ceremonially transferred… Continue reading

A Summer Pizza – Rosemary, Grapes, and Chevre

This pizza isn’t really a pizza. It’s more like an elegant, France-inspired summer appetizer that just happens to take the form and name of a pizza.  The stars of this pizza are surprising… Continue reading

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