So, here’s me. Little miss ambitious, yet, new to the world of cooking-by-scratch, making my own pesto sauce. I’d just like to thank Jordan for pretending it was decent as a pasta sauce, then later adapting it’s purpose to be a sandwich spread. The story goes: Mia decides she can make pesto all by herself […]
So, for Drew’s birthday, I decided to put together some south-of-the-border style appetizers for us to munch on.
We had some chips and “Green Stuff Salsa,” homemade 5-Layer Dip, a hollowed-then-stuffed baguette
Jordan has a book called “The breath of wok,” from which I pulled most of the ingredients. It pretty much saved me during the preparation of this meal and even offers a bit of historical background of the wok, which is quite interesting.
Walking around Whole Foods with Jordan led to our deciding against buying their already-made, delicious Cowboy Burgers, and instead creating my own Garlic Mia-Burger. We walked around the store as I picked up a variety of goods.
Because I’m a chef at heart but absolutely despise cooking for one, I’ve only recently picked back up on the art of food preparation. However, tonight I made a spinach-based salad dressed with Raspberry Vinaigrette. I threw in a boat-load of feta (because that’s the only way to do it!) and added some pears for […]