From Living in Texas But Manufactured in California, originally from the PizzaMaking.com forum: Just a note, it wasn’t Doug that was pregnant. It wasn’t until I was pregnant that I was rudely made aware of all the great food I left back in California; Little Lucca sandwiches (the best garlic pesto sauce), Hostess Berry and […]
Yum. I make mine with brown sugar. Not as pretty, but still very tasty. I also substitute out a little bit of the lime for lemon, based on advice I got from a leading authority on making these things. Apparently it makes them taste a bit more like the limes you get in Brazil.
One of my favorite side dish / salads is roasted beets drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with crumbled goat cheese. We pick up beets from the farmer’s market and roast them at home, making for an easy salad or snack when needed. The only thing is, roasting beets takes forever, usually an hour plus […]
You may have had grenadine before. It’s a pretty common mixer for stiffish drinks and is usually a bright red color. I’d always thought it a product of some lab, maybe cough syrup gone bad, but I found out it was originally just a pomegrante syrup. So tonight I made some. Bring two cups of […]
Is this classic? No. Is it famous? Oh yes. Squeeze three limes and one lemon Put into a graduated containment vessel, like those fancy Oxo Good Grips ones Look at the amount. This is one part. Add one part good, but not great, tequila (I like Hornitos Reposado) Add one part Grand Marnier. No really. […]