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Blueberry Pesto Popovers

While I was in Boston the other week, I received two containers of Banging Blueberry Pestos from Lauren. Previously, I used her Fabulous fig and gorgonzola pesto to make pesto pasta. It was very tasty! This time, I decided to make Blueberry Pesto Popovers. I don’t have a popover pan, and so I used my...

Savory bread pudding

I mentioned in my recent post that I’m working on eating out of my pantry. My plan is to make meals from the foods I have available in my kitchen, and limit grocery shopping to just milk, fresh veggies, and fruits. The first thing I did was take a look at what foods I have...

No-knead bread… at last!

It has been long overdue, but I finally made my first no-knead bread. A couple months ago, I bought a cast-iron dutch oven and Jim Lahey’s My Bread: The Revolutionary No-Work, No-Knead Method cookbook. I have been anticipating making my first no-knead bread for quite some time after hearing all these positive comments and feedback...

Bread.A Bakery, Flushing, NY

I’ve briefly mentioned Bread.A Bakery in a couple of previous posts: (mooncake and rice cake) but haven’t dedicated a whole post to them yet. So, here it is! Bread.A Bakery is located at 41-46 College Point Blvd (between 41 Ave and Sanford Ave) in Flushing, NY. It is a small Chinese Vegetarian/Vegan bakery serving organic...

Sardine and Bean Bruschetta

Ingredients: 1 can cannellini beans, rinsed and drained 1 can sardines in oil, drained 1 1/2 tbsp fresh lemon juice 1 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp minced garlic 2 tbsp chopped onion diced tomatoes Directions: Place the beans into a food processor and chop. Add the remaining ingredients, except the tomatoes, into a food processor...

Cranberry Biscotti

Last time I used Pillsbury Quick Bread mix, I made banana bread. This time I wanted to try another flavor. Cranberry! Yum! I got this idea to make Cranberry Biscottis after finding the recipe on the side of the box. I’m a big coffee drinker and biscottis would just go great with my morning coffee.

Destination San Francisco: Boudin Sourdough

While in San Francisco, I went to the Fisherman’s Wharf to check out the restaurants and the shops. I love clam chowder (New England style, woo!) and since I’m at the Wharf, fresh clam chowder sounded like a perfect late afternoon treat. I came across Boudin Sourdough , this restaurant/bar/cafe/bakery famous for their sourdough bread....

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