Readers who have been with me since the start of deliciousdays.com back in 2005 may still remember a feature my very first articles used to have: recommendations of my favorite tunes.
There are rarely idle cycles of my brain, I am constantly thinking about what to cook or bake the next day, which cookbook to purchase or the lovely Cara Cara oranges my neighborhood market stall currently has on display. But there is also a not negligible part of my heart, that is perpetually on the look-out for fab music. Do you know the feeling, when you stumble upon a new song or artist and you just cannot stop listening? That obsession is exactly what keeps me going.
We are talking about kitchen essentials this month at The Kitchn, and when I think of "essentials," I think first of my weeknight meals, the ones I can whip up without reference to a cookbook or a web...
... Today, I make sure our fridge never runs out of pickles anymore, they are just so easy and quick to prepare. And the variations are endless… you can totally customize the spices you add, give it an Asian flavor with ginger and lemongrass, go Indian with curry and cardamom – ahhh, the choices! #food #recipe
The great thing about this recipe is that you receive a maximum of crisp flakiness with a minimum of tedious puff pastry techniques. Honestly I could not believe my eyes when they started to grow in my oven – they almost tripled in height...
"Prime Burger Restaurant, in Midtown Manhattan For many of the guys that work here, the restaurant is like a second home - some of them have been slinging burgers, making shakes, and waiting on customers at this location for decades. Opened in 1938, the place hasn't been altered since the early '60s, and it looks all the better for it."
If you are only half the dessert lover that I am, you will most likely start to hyperventilate when I mention the name Christine Manfield. The acclaimed Australian chef has published numerous books and yet her Desserts cookbook was the one that introduced me to more elaborate sweet compositions way before the sweet craze started.