I enjoy cooking with wine. Sometimes I even put it in the food I’m cooking.
Julia Child 

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dailysprinkles: Left my croissant back in Paris.

dailysprinkles: Left my croissant back in Paris.

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fuckyeahgreatfoods: scrumptious cupcake.

fuckyeahgreatfoods: scrumptious cupcake.

butternut squash, porchetta, fresh mozzarella and basil leaf oven baked pizza.

butternut squash, porchetta, fresh mozzarella and basil leaf oven baked pizza.

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Tomato jam is a funny thing; sweet when you’re expecting salty, savory  when you’re expecting sweet. I spread it on a piece of crusty bread and  topped it with a fried egg, the gooey yolk sort of swimming into the  hot, sweet jam.

Tomato jam is a funny thing; sweet when you’re expecting salty, savory when you’re expecting sweet. I spread it on a piece of crusty bread and topped it with a fried egg, the gooey yolk sort of swimming into the hot, sweet jam.

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There are two types of cuisine I know little to nothing about: Indian  and Mexican. Indian means curie and Mexican, peppers…right? However,  when it comes to guacamole, call me an expert. And just to be clear, I  mean an expert at eating it, not making it. I figure it’s about time I  learn how to prepare it myself!
I stumbled across this recipe - it had me at garlic salt. Let’s give it a try.
Texas Guacamole
It takes less than 5 minutes to make from start to finish, and it’s delicious with chips, tacos, burritos, nachos, on a burger…
 One large Hass Avacado, cubed and then smushed a little 
One small vine ripe tomato, cubed 
One tbs chopped cilantro 
One seeded (or not if your from Texas like me and like it spicey) jalapeno, chopped 
Small sqeeze of lemon juice 
Garlic salt to taste
Stir to combine and enjoy!  This is enough for 2-3 people.

There are two types of cuisine I know little to nothing about: Indian and Mexican. Indian means curie and Mexican, peppers…right? However, when it comes to guacamole, call me an expert. And just to be clear, I mean an expert at eating it, not making it. I figure it’s about time I learn how to prepare it myself!

I stumbled across this recipe - it had me at garlic salt. Let’s give it a try.

Texas Guacamole

It takes less than 5 minutes to make from start to finish, and it’s delicious with chips, tacos, burritos, nachos, on a burger…

  • One large Hass Avacado, cubed and then smushed a little
  • One small vine ripe tomato, cubed
  • One tbs chopped cilantro
  • One seeded (or not if your from Texas like me and like it spicey) jalapeno, chopped
  • Small sqeeze of lemon juice
  • Garlic salt to taste

Stir to combine and enjoy!  This is enough for 2-3 people.

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Walnut Cake in Maple Syrup Glaze 

Walnut Cake in Maple Syrup Glaze 

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NOMNOMNOM

NOMNOMNOM

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