This recipe was originally posted back in the beginning of my blogging efforts. It was the first time I had ever used puff pastry to make tarts. I was so happy with the results, and how incredibly easy the purchased pastry was to work with, … Continue reading.....
The acorn squash are coming to an end and I’m starting to get creative with the last few.
This as much a guide / idea as an actual recipe. Little puff pastry tarts can be topped with anything and make a great first course.
Make … Continue reading.....
As a switch from our usual ‘Fish-Hell’ night (mon mari‘s words, not mine) I made a fish pizza.
Okay, a White Pizza with Smoked Salmon.
How can one go wrong with goat cheese and smoked salmon?
Mon mari would argue that it’s not … Continue reading.....
En Croute is in a crust or case. It’s a wonderful way to cook a lot of foods, it can be assembled earlier and baked at the last minute and it’s always impressive.
Plus, if you buy the pastry, it’s easy.
Even easier (and mush … Continue reading.....
We eat with the seasons.
That applies to pizza, as well.
I love pizzeria pizza, with tomato sauce and sausage and pepperoni and peppers and mushrooms and anything else edible.
But when I make it at home, this is my preferred way: thinly sliced, ripe … Continue reading.....
Another tribute to fall with onions, sage and walnuts.
We have three walnut trees and the nuts have been falling for a few weeks now. Sadly, it’s not going to be a plentiful harvest this year….
And there are certain 4-legged members of this household … Continue reading.....
I can’t believe it’s been almost a month since I did a post on mini-pizzas.
We like these little pizzas…. They’re easy, fun and cheap.
I buy a package of four 4″ squares of puff pastry for under a euro.
At that price one simply … Continue reading.....
Do you waste food?
I used to.
I would routinely buy something, like sour cream (in the US), use what I needed, then, two or three weeks later realize that the rest was moldy and through it out.
That rarely happens any longer. I started … Continue reading.....
Warning: serious and / or thought-provoking post to follow. Read at your own risk.
A few weeks ago I saw a great recipe, somewhere, on a blog, that I, of course, bookmarked….
Or so I thought.
It was strudel-like, made with acorn squash, … Continue reading.....