Smoothie bowls differ a little bit from smoothies in that they’re thicker, and thus harder to consume via a straw.
My family, I suspect, like most others, does the post-work, pre-dinner dance that goes a little like: What do you want for dinner? I dunno, what are you thinking? [from the sidelines]: Pizza! Nachos! Chocolate! Chicken nuggets! Let’s go to McDonald’s! Swiss Chalet! Montanas! Cookies! Can I have dessert? Will there be extra? NO SWEET… Continue reading what the hell do you want to eat?
Instead of shoving every delicious snack you see in your mouth this season, consider these simple tricks to help keep you on track over the festive, foodie season.
I have a little confession to make. After growing up with Mom’s turkey dinner – complete with her homemade breadcrumb stuffing, gravy and green bean casserole – I’ve come to accept there’s just no way anything else will ever compare. But that didn’t stop me from mowing down on the delicious (and I do mean… Continue reading Tradition, with a twist! Create a beautiful, tasty holiday with #PCInsidersCollection
On the list of things I do often or well, cooking is probably somewhere in the middle. Once I find a recipe that I love, I like to make it my own and then broken record the you-know-what out of it by making it over and over and over and over and over. What I’m… Continue reading The cookbook that made me a “cook”
Earlier today, I lived through the ultimate first world problem: a three-hour long showdown with the oatmeal-berry muffin I’d brought as an afternoon snack. I finally caved at about 3 pm and unwrapped the muffin, broke it in half and ate it at my desk. Before I had finished my last bite, I was filled with… Continue reading Muffin tops and muffin tops