- Apr 3, 2004
You had me doing a double take because I misread poke as pork and tried to find the pork for 10 seconds before I realized I read it wrong! Looks like a fabulous meal.
Was this your 4th of July fare? Looks like a yummy feast!Hamburger was delicious! Grilled in cherry wood. Grilled corn then baked beans like Grandma taught me.
I bought a crepe maker. Need to practice more, but they taste great even if they aren't pretty yet. Made blintzes yesterday using fresh crepes.
The tart and macarons were made by a friend who owns her own baking business.
Smoked carrots, purple potatoes, onions, and NY strip roast. Amazing and very few dishes!
Aren't lobsters high in cholesterol? .There's a vegetable on the plate. When is lobster not healthy? Do you prefer your steak well done?
Yes! Well, except the last photo with the NY strip roast. That was dinner Friday night. It was just really good and the photo was there so shared it too. I'm sure I must have done something other than cook and eat on the 4th, but I don't remember what. The food was too delicious to care and it was nice being back in the kitchen for real meals again. (Even if it did wear me out and I slept most of Sunday....)You had me doing a double take because I misread poke as pork and tried to find the pork for 10 seconds before I realized I read it wrong! Looks like a fabulous meal.
Was this your 4th of July fare? Looks like a yummy feast!
Hubby absolutely loves loves loves this dessert. He had it at a conference in San Jose and asked me to make it. I was skeptical (nuts and a gooey custard thing???) but now it's our family staple.
Towards the end of my pregnancy I made a huge batch for him thinking "Goodness knows when we'll ever have these again." Haha my prediction was true. The baby was so difficult we didn't have these again for years!!! I think I made them again when he was about 5 yrs old.
Thank you mellowyellogirl
I hope they make more Australian junor mastercheif
That's true, but when I go I didn't get cheated from what I love to eat... No regrets.