In conclusion, even if you don’t live in the Portland area, you should really try these toppings (garlic, olive oil, Mozzarella, roasted walnuts, apples, sausage, Gorgonzola, onions, arugula and balsamic) on your next pizza! They were very Autumn-y and quite delicious. . . . → Read More: Now That Was a Good Pizza!
Dense. Spicy. Orangey. Sweet. These waffles were all of these things, as well as cold-weather appropriate and perfect for the upcoming holidays. . . . → Read More: Spiced Sweet Potato Waffles
. The one thing about crepes is that they take planning, as you need to let the batter sit in the fridge overnight (or at least two hours). So, you need to know ahead of time that you are going to want crepes. . . . → Read More: Buckwheat Galettes with Ham and Gruyere: They’re Crepe-A-riffic!
What I like to do is pick out a cheddar, have something creamy (goat or brie) and have a cheese with something interesting in it — dill havarti, white cheddar with sage or some kind of other herbed, tasty combination. If I were more a fan of blue cheese, I would probably add one of those types of cheeses to my cheese platter as well. . . . → Read More: Crackers Don’t Matter (It’s the Cheese)
So, here it is Day 2 of the massive Thanksgiving Plan post. Yesterday was all about the turkey, stuffing, gravy and squash. Today it’s the cranberry relish, green bean casserole, roasted root vegetables and, god yes, the pie. . . . → Read More: It’s Almost Thanksgiving: Aggghhh!!! (Part II)