When tomatoes are in season (now!), I like to take advantage of their juicy goodness and use them as often as possible. They taste wonderful sliced and sprinkled with salt, but for something a little more sophisticated serve them stuffed and roasted. Bread crumbs, lots of fresh parsley, and a dusting of Parmesan cheese fill these gorgeous red vessels. A rustic and classic French side, these tomatoes pair perfectly with grilled fish, a light creamy pasta, or a big bowl of steamed mussels. Sound tasty? Get the recipe when you, read more
Posts for September 8th 2007
- September has arrived, be sure to check out these must haves.
- Just move to college? Get these great tips on dorm room cooking.
- Beyond dorm life? Check out these tasty lunchtime tips instead.
- This week I ate pink candy and baked an apple-pear "pie".
- Meanwhile, PartySugar's birthday's coming up, and you know she's planning every last detail, including the specialty drink.
- This week Mario Batali and Food Network part ways. No more Molto Mario, no more Iron Chef Batali.
- Speaking of Food Network, meet Ingrid Hoffman, their newest personality. She's hardworking and wonderfully sweet.
- We also found out what Gail Simmons thinks of her new life after Top Chef.
- Ready for a new bartending trick? Learn how to make perfect lemon twists.
- Do you know the difference between Martha Stewart and Nigella Lawson?
- This week's ice cream sandwich is a delicious peanut butter cookie with chocolate ice cream. Man, I never want summer to end.
- Bon Appetit magazine announces the winners of their 10th Annual Bon Appetit Awards.
- SpongeBob is now hawking nectarines, carrots and more, how do you feel about it?
I'm not a fan of bugs in any way, shape, or form, and even less so when it involves wine. I despise this single-bottle, bug-shaped wine rack. It's ugly, scary and completely geeky. Yet, as much as I hate it, I have to admit that I admire the design. Lift the bug's tail and the wine pours itself. Now that you know my opinion, I want to know yours. Do you love or hate the Wine Bug?
Source: Nerd Approved