Maybe Midwesterners have a reputation for bland food, but it’s totally not the truth. We love spicy food! This is not a Japanese teriyaki because I don’t usually have “sake” or “mirin” in the house. But there’s always Svedka vodka!
Did you play “Duck, Duck, Goose”? or were you lucky enough to be RIGHT and called it “Duck, Duck, Gray Duck”?
I love playing in the band at church. The talent on the platform each Sunday is enough to blow my mind, and we have a blast together. The only drawback is the crazy-early rehearsals.
I have to laugh at the soup commercials with a customer calling the soup kitchen via a can on a string. How many played “walkie talkie” that way as children? I know I did!
This looks good enough to eat! Every ingredient is food-quality so it’s safe, but it would probably taste pretty disgusting. You will be much happier if you just rub it into your hands, face, and all over your body.
So, it seems like “trending recipes” are all the rage. Not on this food blog!!! Seriously! Who are the people that conjur up these new trends? People without a normal life?
We love Veggie Tales. I mean, how much fun is a bunch of gourds making up the wildly popular “Boyz in the Sink” band? Or silly songs about “crusin’ to Dunkin’ Donuts for a cup of steaming Joe in our sport utility vehicles…”?
After my husband’s car accident, we were blessed by many wonderful meals delivered by friends.
I do not claim any understanding of good Italian cooking. I’ve never been to Italy – although it is high on my bucket list – and I’ve never studied Italian cuisine (using a French word there is pretty strong evidence of my non-italophile training), but I do like a good pasta sauce.
I love bread. Good bread. Don’t bother wasting my time with store-bought, wimpy, disgusting bread. I want it homemade!