I have started making, and liking, my own mayonnaise. This is kind of huge, y’all. I try to periodically go back to foods I think I don’t like and try them again. I read somewhere that your taste buds change every seven years or so, so foods you don’t like now you could find irresistible [...]
I don’t know about y’all, but I’m always looking for more ways to sneak Ro-tel into my life. This is my latest method! It’s insanely quick and easy and quite tasty, if I do say so myself.
Print Rotel burritos and a question
1 lb. Velveeta 1 can [...]
Yay for local girl Kira who said:
I love my mashed potatoes with lots and lots of blue cheese!
May I just say that I’ve never tried that? Definitely going to remedy that SOON. Kira, just email me your mailing info and I’ll forward it along to the My [...]
Ohai. I dropped off the face of the earth for a little while, there.
Not really, but I did go to Disney World with a now-four (!) year old for his birthday.
Can I make it up to you with some goodies?
Betty Crocker sent me this pack through My Blog Spark and it’s [...]
Comment number 29 was from Amanda:
I have no idea when I had it the first time, but the last time was this past weekend!
Looks like you’ll be having it again very soon. Just email me your mailing information to erin at oneparticularkitchen dot com and I’ll get you [...]
True story: the very first recipe I posted on One Particular Kitchen involved RO*TEL. I also use it in jambalaya. And chili. My love affair with the magical can of tomatoes and chiles started in college, though, when Kiddo’s Aunt Burgle introduced me to the classic Velveeta/RO*TEL dip at a UT vs. Alabama football party. [...]
Fall is here! After a brutal summer in Nashville I’m welcoming fall comfort food with open arms. First up for us? This fantastic pork roast.
I got the recipe for the marinade from Southern Living; for the actual cooking method I consulted StartCooking.com. This turned out great!
This marinates for at least 12 [...]
UPDATE: We were able to raise $1000 for Second Harvest Food Bank today. So great!! Thank you to everyone who baked and helped and ate, and a huge thank you to Love and Olive Oil for organizing the whole thing.
You want to help after the Nashville flood. You also want cupcakes.
Middle Tennessee is under water.
(Photo by Jim Cantore)
My back yard has seen better days:
Our CSA farm is very hard hit.
Our interstates are under water.
As of 7:00 this morning 11 Sixteen Nineteen people have died.
From this article, in response to the question, Do you think people have become afraid of food?
“Definitely. They’re afraid of it nutritionally. They’re afraid of fat. And they’re afraid of germs. Some people are just afraid to eat. They’ve lost the joy. Not me! I eat eggs all the time, but I’m very careful [...]