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October 20, 2014 - 10 Comments

I've never wanted to dive into a pool of oil so badly after the first time I tried Bagna cauda. It was love at first sight, or should I say ... bite. It's not the most appealing looking dish in the world, unless you just happen to be a garlic snob, like I tend to be. The first time I had Bagna cauda was at a brewery in Flagstaff, AZ. Since then, every time I see it on a menu, I order it. This is my spicy, herby version on a classic Piedmont, Italy dish. Traditionally served with anchovies, I dec ...
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October 19, 2014 - 5 Comments

May I just jump right into it by stating that these are the best darn brownies I've ever made? Would that be alright with everyone? There is no sense in beating around the bush here. These beer, pumpkin and gingerbread brownies are amazing. I may have mentioned in blog posts past that I don't always get along with brownies and sheet cakes. I don't know if it's still my adjusting to living at a higher altitude or what. Brownies are a struggle for me. They either need to be a super fudgy brownie o ...
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October 18, 2014 - 7 Comments

In honor if it being Saturday and all, I'm going to celebrate one of my favorite quick breakfasts. Besides the fact that I could eat breakfast every day, for every meal of the day, breakfast is full of possibilities. Do you go sweet, savory or both? Do you want to make it more brunch-style and serve some staple lunch items? Should fruit be involved? I'm always trying to come up with fun and unique ways to prepare breakfast. Breakfast pitas are my latest crave. There is always an egg involved and ...
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