Confessions of a Foodie: Homemade- How Far is Too Far?

posted in: Cooking, Dine, Experience, Savory, Seattle-ing, Sweet | 39

I’ve done it now. Gotten myself in too deep and forgotten a step- now it’s too late! Will my guests realize the cream cheese is store-bought? Should I feign illness and beg-off when it’s really that I’m ashamed of serving something that is not homemade, even if it’s only a condiment?

A few days ago I read this article and it made me think long and hard about my approach to holiday cooking.

In life I’m spontaneous and a […]

Guest Post: On Sourdough English Muffins and Life

posted in: Cooking, Savory, Sweet | 8

As part of Doughvember, which is our month-long celebration of sourdough baking, I asked Sharon from NickelMoon to write a guest post. She has had a profound connection to sourdough through the years and her story is resonant to many, even if the particulars are unique. She writes from her soul and I’m happy she is a part of our food community. Here’s what she has to say:

share, bitches…Tweet

One Hawt Mess: Sourdough Lye Bagels with Sous Vide Souffle’s

posted in: Cooking, Savory | 22

This is a powerhouse post. If you stick around to the end, you’ll walk away with two mind-bending recipes, each containing enough magic sparkle sauce to put a permanent spell on a dishy prince (should that be your aim). You will also learn a lot, but not in a “Charlie Brown versus the Adults” kind of way, more in the “let’s all get together and figure this out while singing Kumbaya”-style.

So first, you remember how it’s Doughvember? If you need […]

1 2