Helloooooo, easiest breakfast ever!
My friend Vanessa gave me this recipe, and it’s insane levels of tasty and yummy.
Print Pop up pancake
1 Tbsp butter 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup flour pinch of salt 2 eggs
Heat your oven to 425F Mix up the milk, [...]
This recipe comes from Crook’s Corner restaurant in Chapel Hill, N.C. by way of Katie Workman, by way of NPR. It was tweeted and retweeted and favorited all over the place till I decided I just had to try it out. This turned out to be an excellent decision.
It’s very similar in construction [...]
I kind of never know what to do with chicken thighs. Chicken breasts? No problem. Ditto whole chickens. But I wasn’t sure what to do with chicken thighs till I saw this recipe, which looked simple and delicious. The end result is fantastic! Very tasty, with crispy skin that makes it seem like you’re eating [...]
I’m freezing. Are y’all freezing? It’s prime comfort food time for me, and this delivers. A librarian printed this recipe out for me once and I promptly lost the paper; I make it from memory now, and I’m not sure of the original source. Regardless of its origins, it’s hot and tasty and definitely fall-off-the-bone [...]
These. Are. Amazing. I can say that without bragging because it’s not my recipe; I just made ‘em.
This is a Mark Bittman recipe that I scribbled down on a piece of paper without much documentation; I’ll assume it’s either from one of his NYT articles or from How to Cook Everything. These top every [...]
Y’all, I have somehow done it again. AGAIN I have a lovely camera lens that is now in two pieces. I don’t even know how, but I do know that iPhone photos of food aren’t quite the same. Better than nothing, though, right?
This is based on the Honey Roast Orange Chicken recipe from The [...]
A few months back I tried to make something out of an old cookbook of my mama’s; it was similar to this but used polenta and unseasoned ground beef. It was… dismal. So last night I decided to make up my own version. Success! SO tasty and good gravy it smelled amazing. The Yankee ate [...]
When The Yankee and I were first dating he announced one night that he was making me pork chops for supper.
I, ah, was not a fan of the chop of pork. The pork chops of my childhood were strikingly reminiscent of the sole of a shoe. An old shoe. In my mother’s [...]
Wondering what to do with all those biscuits?
Wondering how to add a few calories to your breakfast?
These are really super easy to make (along with, uh, everything else I ever blog) and are such comfort food for breakfast!
Print Biscuits and gravy
1 pound [...]
We’ve seriously never talked about how to make basic biscuits? This is mind boggling to me.
This is one of those recipes I make by throwing stuff into a bowl; I very rarely measure this at all, so I had to go back and make these again and actually pay attention. The sacrifice! I make [...]