Friday, September 26, 2008
Ben and Jerry's makes a wicked Cherry Garcia ice cream. I'd say it's probably my favorite in their line-up, despite the fact I haven't ventured to try that many others. It's that good.
What ISN'T good is this. I hope I'll never see "Malt O' Momma Milk" hit store shelves.
Think you have the knack for delicous ice cream combos? Make your own!
Labels: food news
Monday, September 15, 2008
From the good home-cookin' Bacon and Eggs to the fast food industry (the Bacon-ator!) to the finer Bacon-wrapped scallops - Bacon is everywhere. And now it's in my bread. I found this Bacon Onion Bread in the bakery at my grocery store and figured it deserved a chance. Can bacon be bad? I wouldn't say it was the best thing ever, but definitely not bad. Just... different. It's not everyday I eat bread with bits of bacon in it. And that's probably a good thing.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
You know what's really great? When your boyfriend comes over after work and brings you a big slice of red velvet cake. Mmmm mmm!
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
This past Saturday was Jake's night off so we went to Whole Foods for a treat. The result? A delicious homemade meal! Teriyaki Salmon, fresh cooked spinach, and penne/farfalle and prosciutto with an heirloom tomato salsa.
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
Cake Wrecks is a great blog for two reasons.
1. I love cake. check. I really love cake.
2. The mistakes are funny, the misjudgments amusing.
[Image from Cake Wrecks]
Monday, September 08, 2008
Apparently a robber entered some Fresno, California, farmworkers' home, stole some money, rubbed spices on one guy in his sleep, then proceeded to hit the other guy with an 8" sausage before fleeing. Yes, this was an actual event.
In light of the sausage weapon, here's a pic from our very own sausage making event last year. Of course, Jake was at the reigns of this project, but his sister and I were very good sous chefs.
[Image from April 3, 2007]
Friday, September 05, 2008
I poked around on the web and found some stats from the Bridal Association of America. In 2006, the average wedding dress cost $1,505. That still seems like a lot to me!
Some other averages:
Engagement length: 17 months
Number of guests: 169
Bride age: 26
Groom age: 28
[Image by ElektraCute]
Labels: i wonder