Wednesday, April 24, 2019

April 24: Springy Reading, Craving, Cooking


Samin Nosrat (love her) writes about how to make fried cauliflower that is light and crispy, and the story of how the recipe came about is quite nice.

Still working my way through this Jonathan Gold Reading list. 

Gummy Bear bratwurst is a thing, it seems. 

Plague-themed cocktails for Passover (I know, I'm late. but Plagues-themed drinks can be helpful for other occasions too, no?)

Using Leftover Easter Ham (from the archives)

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Ham and Walnuts 

Ham Stir Fry

Ham and Butter Beans Cornbread Bake

Craving Spring (from the archives)

Minty Pea Ravioli

Roasted Cauliflower, Radishes & Olives

Radish Garbanzo Salad

Craving Spring (from the internets)

Asparagus and Egg Salad with Walnuts and Mint from Smitten Kitchen

Salted Honey Pie from David Lebowitz

Giant Chocolate Chip Cookies from Serious Eats


I have been following both of these grams for quite awhile. I'm featuring them here because their feeds make me so hungry and I find myself pinning recipes from them often.


Enticing recipes in gorgeously composed photos. Photos: @jonjon33


I want it all. How cute are the bunny cocktails!? Photos: @grilledcheesesocial


I made pineapple upside down cake for Easter. One of my and my Hubs' favorite treats. I need an excuse to make it more often. It's so pretty and classically crave-able. And I love how it looks with my retro jadeite. *green heart emojii* (jadeite goals: Martha)

I finally made that 2-ingredient dough everyone is talking about. As a weight-watcher, I am really impressed. So far I've used it for bagels and naan. Excited to try it for pizza, calzones, cinnamon rolls, dinner rolls... so many possibilities! If you haven't heard, it's simply plain Greek yogurt and self-rising flour, in equal amounts. It requires no rising time. I do mine in a stand mixer so I don't even have to knead it. Read more about it here. 

3 Point everything bagels.
Naan bread cooked on the grill to go with chicken kabobs!

That's about it for this week! Happy Spring! *kiss kiss*

No comments: