Smooth, creamy, with the delicate rice texture playing on the tongue. Scents of cinnamon, a hint of vanilla, and a slight crunch from the crushed toffee lacing the top. I didn’t want to stop eating the perfect bowl of rice pudding. I couldn’t if I wanted to.
But what’s that peeking in the distance? Butterscotch pudding?! The spoon now plunging in for a sample. And another. And another. So full but am not going to stop eating because everything is too good. And all of » Read the full story →
Summer is in full swing and there are two big announcements finally due out that we’re equally thrilled to share. To kick-start the good vibes, the garden-geeks in us are happy to report that our heirloom tomatoes are doing fabulous this year. Of the 20 heirloom tomato plants we started, only 3 have died and that’s a bumper crop record for us.
But before we delve into tomato talk, we’re excited to announce a Food Blog Forum Seminar in Atlanta!» Read the full story →
Thanks to Lia and her wonderful wine inspired blog, Swirling Notions, we’re finally writing out what we enjoy drinking when we eat Asian foods. Lia’s Pairing Primers is a series of excellent and educational write ups on pairing foods. Lia asked us to share our favorite Asian-inspired food pairings and getting this post together required alot of thought, drinking and tasting!
Spicy, Salty, Sweet, Sour, Bitter. Pairing wine with Asian food can often be a bit daunting and complicated. For so many Asian dishes, » Read the full story →
Good Morning ! …Oh wait, what time is it? Ugh! It’s 8:30 am and I’m late for work! Weep and pout! I thought I was a lover of logistics and Miss Master at planning out details, but scheduling myself to go to work the day after hosting a big blog party was a seriously bad management decision. I stumbled out of bed, teeter-tottered to the bathroom to fix myself up for another work day and my body was struggling to keep up with slow, fumbling » Read the full story →
As we write this post, Yosemite National Park is experiencing devastating wildfires that have burned thousands of acres of pristine wilderness. It’s such a sad and difficult moment, for we wanted so much to share the joys of our last camping trip with all of you. Yosemite has always been a special, magical, and inspiring place for us, as it has been for millions of it’s visitors. With the fire 40% contained, there’s still 60% of hard, backbreaking work that the firefighters have to fight » Read the full story →
Ahhhh, the beauty of having an edible garden is both joyous and priceless. To feel the dampness of natures earth at our fingertips as we sowed 5 varieties of carrots seeds was gratifying. We watched and listened to this year’s momentous rains, as it nurtured and hydrated the soil that protected the seeds. Visions of sugar carrot ferries danced in our heads during the following weeks at each new sight of green sprig pushing up to greet our garden from beneath the soil. The warm » Read the full story →