Recipes to Redo
I've learned a lot in the 12 months I've been doing this blog. So,
naturally, these are the posts that I'd like to revisit with my new
knowledge and experience.
I've been working on my meats. Meat is generally not the forefront of the
dishes I make, both from its cost and my current lack of skill when cooking it.
But, since I've been reading more cookbooks as of late, I've been learning
techniques for better meat.
Since I promised an alfredo sauce, I decided to try out a chicken and broccoli
Continue reading Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo...
Chocolate-chip cookies need no introductions. Chocolate-chip cookies need no
excuse. All chocolate-chip cookies need is the standard baking staples, a
bowl, a couple hours, and the desire for soft, chewy, chocolately goodness.
Continue reading Chocolate-Chip Cookies...
Banana bread is my favorite thing to do with bananas. Growing up, we frequently
had bananas laying around. If I just waited patiently, they'd get overripe, and
we'd make banana bread. Moist, rich banana bread, warmed and buttered, makes a
wonderful quick breakfast.
So, I bought some bananas last weekend, and tried to make
muffins. It didn't turn out so well, but I
did have some bananas left over that were quickly ripening, so I decided, why
not, let's make some banana bread!
Continue reading Banana Bread...
Tortillas are my favorite bread product, beating out pita, naan, biscuits, and
classic loaves. They are simple and versatile, can be served as any course
(including dessert), and the best part is, they come in sizes big enough for a
There is only one rule for a tortilla: Bigger is Better!
What's important is what goes in. Quick-service restaurants like Chipotle and
Q'Doba have turned burritos into a deli-style experience, letting you mix and
match flavor combinations forever.
The individual components made here can be substituted with other things,
allowing you to customize your burrito experience.
Just remember the one rule: Bigger is better!
Continue reading Beef and Bean Burritos...
This is currently one of my favorite recipes. It's got everything I love:
Spicy, pasta, cheese, and mushrooms. It's relatively easy to make, and the
ingredients are not too expensive. It makes a lot of food, especially when you
add extra bell peppers.
Continue reading Spicy Penne and Sausage...