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This post was sponsored by Ling Ling and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. When I was asked to feature Ling Ling Fried Rice on the blog, I have to admit, I was a little bit skeptical. … Continue reading
Gluten free chicken pot pie has been my unicorn for years, ever since my husband went wheat-free making my old standby recipe useless. And then he cut out dairy, too. But chicken pot pie is just too good to live … Continue reading
Every year around this time, my family starts asking me what I want for the holidays. The first thing I always do is to look around my kitchen and contemplate what cool cooking gadget, kitchen tool, or hot new cookbook … Continue reading
Do you love cheese as much as Robin and I do? To help you scale your reply accurately, I will tell you that we love cheese very, very, VERY much. We also both like interesting sciencey stuff. So I was … Continue reading
I love soup. I love its great variety, its generally healthy ingredients (the occasional heavy cream excepted), and how beautifully it holds up in the freezer. I love how calm I feel when I cook a huge pot of soup … Continue reading
If you’re familiar with gjetost cheese, chances are good that you’ve already formed a strong opinion about it. Like marzipan or Vegemite, Norwegian gjetost (pronounced yet-toast) is considered by some to be an acquired taste, and can be a particularly … Continue reading
If you’re a friend of mine, or a former co-worker, or just about any acquaintance I’ve dined with at a pot-luck party, there’s a very good chance you’ve tried my homemade ice cream. And I’m not bragging, but you probably … Continue reading
Whenever the conversation turns to cooking, my 94-year-old grandmother loves to ask (as if she hasn’t asked it a hundred times before), “What is that vinegar called again? Ballsack?” I always answer earnestly, “Yes, Grandma, it’s called ballsack vinegar,” because … Continue reading