Showing posts from October, 2010

Snickers Cookies on Sticks or NOT

I gotta tell ya, when I first spied these cookies, the attraction was a fun recipe for baking with leftover Halloween candy. Instead, Snickers Cookies are dreamy good, the best cookies I’ve made all year. Think “peanut butter cookie with a Snickers bar inside” but then take a bite, oh so chewy and what’s that? Oh my, it’s chocolate and caramel and nougat right inside. The sticks are optional, the cookies themselves, not. TESTIMONIALS "[My husband] says they're the best cookies I've ever made ..." ~ LeAnne "These are fantastic!! ... Definitely a keeper." ~ -K Peel the petals from a daisy to answer, “Does he love me? Does he not?” Visit a clairvoyant to learn “Is it a boy or a girl?” Consult a fortune cookie to foretell the future. Could a recipe for Snickers Cookies on Sticks reveal what kind of moms we might be? A mom who bakes a plateful of homemade cookies for after-school treats? Or a mom who organizes fun Halloween cooking project

Moroccan Onions
(Mezgaldi Spiced Onions)

I finally got the 'onions aren't just for mirepoix' memo and 2010 may well go down as the Year of the Onion. This recipe is my variation of the traditional Moroccan onions called 'mezgaldi'. They are sliced and spiced, then roasted, then caramelized under the broiler, all simpler than it sounds. I think you're going to love this recipe ... TESTIMONIALS "I'm on a MAJOR diet so only used 1 T. of olive oil and it turned out great." ~ Sally No question, food – the topic – is as ‘hot’ as this last soul-sizzling summer and as ‘cool’ as the fall air that wafts through the open window right now. One venerable media outlet after another is dishing up food. My favorite magazine, The Atlantic, now publishes extensive food content online. My favorite news source, NPR, has great food coverage but recipe hunters will especially appreciate NPR’s Kitchen Window . The Smithsonian has new food content called Food & Think . Even CNN (yes, the

I Heart Food Blogs

Actually, no, that's not right. It's not that I Heart Food Blogs, it's that ... Recipes from my favorite food blogs, mostly recipes, mostly real food, mostly family meals. The list updates automatically, new recipes from long-time favorite food blogs, even the new food blogs I fall in love with. Yes, it's always fresh, it's always in season! © Copyright Kitchen Parade