Pomegranate season usually runs from October to January in the Western hemisphere, and possibly longer this year as the full-on bone-chilling cold hasn’t fully hit us yet. I don’t know about you, but I’m welcoming the extended stay, especially that grocery stores are practically handing them out right now. Green beans are not in season, but I […]
These have been going around quite a bit, and don’t get me wrong, this mallard is wise beyond its quacks on all sorts of things, but here are some of its thoughts on food… We have no clue if any of this is true, but the Actual Advice Mallard said so?
Our friend Shelley from Pass The Herpes passed along this fun quiz that allows us to introduce ourselves more properly all the while sending you off to blogs we love. It’s called a BLOG HOP! We’ve changed a couple of questions since this was originally made for authors to promote their books, but overall it’s […]
I hate the cold. Hate is a strong word, and I’m using it very purposefully here. I wish winter didn’t happen, and that fall (which I generally love) was sunny and a bit chillier, and then lead back to spring. I’ve noticed that people who have some attachment to winter tend to like it: people […]
While S is a big fan of the holidays, O tends to be less festive. But we both love food, so it’s a good place to meet to celebrate Halloween. Pumpkins are a staple in Halloween everything. All it takes is a short list of facebook friends with kids to know what we mean. Plus, […]
As someone who’s always reprimanded for using the wrong knife, I found this useful for avoiding scolding, and you know, to cut things better.
The best thing about home cooking is the aroma of food filling up the house. This meal is sure to make you feel comfort as the fall creeps up on us and we get ready to spend more time indoors. I haven’t been cooking meat much lately, but last week Fiesta Farms had good deals […]