May 2007

Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake

May 26, 2007

Summer is just around the corner and I’m off to Connecticut for the long weekend. I have to work out, pack, and somehow Chris and I need to find a little time to run over to the UPS store this morning to pick up boxes for the move next Saturday (off to Cambridge we go). […]

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Lunch Hour Links

May 23, 2007

My love affair with and google reader continues…but since the only person I really share my food related “gems” with is my boyfriend Chris (who probably has met his lifelong quota of pink kitchen gadget links) I thought I might spare him a bit of culinary overload this week and instead share some of […]

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High Def Kitchens

May 19, 2007

Who else is super excited about Food Network being available in HD? I’ve been waiting for this day since we bought our HDTV last summer. Comcast kept me in such suspense! And just for all of you people who reach my blog by searching for “Giada’s Breasts” I’d like to point out that yes, her […]

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Scalloped Potatoes with Ham

May 18, 2007

My original intention for the ham steak I purchased on a whim from Trader Joes was to make the Barefoot Contessa’s Parker’s Split Pea Soup, but as it’s bordered on 80 plus degrees in our top floor apartment for the last 10 days (when I didn’t break down and turn on the central air) I […]

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I’m Totally Cork’d

May 16, 2007

I’ve been a member of Cork’d since it opened last year, but I honestly really didn’t use it very much. However, since my attempts at keeping a paper wine journal have been woefully unsuccessful at best, I’m determined to utilize the Cork’d website to keep track of wines I’ve tried. As an extra bonus there […]

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Why Cook Aloo Gobi, When You Can Bend It Like Beckham?

May 6, 2007

While searching online for a recipe to make one of my favorite Indian dishes, Aloo Gobi, I discovered that there is an adorable segment on the DVD extras of the movie “Bend it Like Beckham” where the director of the film (with help from her mother and auntie) demonstrates how to prepare this popular meal. […]

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