Archive for December, 2004

Last of the Cookies- Ribbon Layer Cookies

Thursday, December 16th, 2004

Christmas cookies have had their hold on me this season… and I dare say I’m ready for an exorcism! Last weekend my co-worker Rebecca hosted a cookie making party, which I embraced as a step in letting go of my sugar addiction. I think over-indulgence is a good first step in saying good bye. Many [...]

Thai Salad Rolls, aka De-tox Food

Sunday, December 12th, 2004

These rolls have found a special place in my kitchen… they fit a very precise category of meal: clean food. By this, I mean, a proper lunch after having had cream puffs for breakfast (and that isn’t a euphemism, btw), or a meal that is a great way to get ones vegetables in when one [...]

Minty Fresh

Tuesday, December 7th, 2004

I took a nice trip down memory lane the other night at Becks & Posh upon seeing Sam’s recipe for Peppermint Creams. This recipe is one of my only good food memories from being schooled at St. Louie’s. I was a picky eater, and the nuns didn’t like that one bit. I spent many a [...]

Bold and Pungent- Blue Cheese Risotto

Sunday, December 5th, 2004

Tomorrow is my workplace’s declared Bold and Pungent Holiday Party. Being a bunch of scientists, I guess we’re keen to have this pseudo-religious festivity stuff out of the way as soon as possible, hence why the party is held at the beginning of the month. With a declaration of “Bold and Pungent!” I can’t help [...]

Seduced By a Burger

Saturday, December 4th, 2004

My quick bite to eat today turned into a little something not so quick. I hate it when that happens! I’ve had one of those headachey days and found myself craving Christmas cookies like a mad woman. Then I realized that I hadn’t had lunch, and a good quick meal would probably fight off my [...]

Cooking with Google

Thursday, December 2nd, 2004

I recently stumbled across this item while skipping across the web: Cooking with Google, ResearchBuzz!’s gogglehack that turns Google into the biggest recipe index you’ve ever seen. Now this could be entertaining!


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