Not too long ago, we celebrated two years of this website’s existence, and we opened the doors to your constructive criticism. We enjoy finding ways to make our blog stand out and also be better. To that end, we wanted to know what you enjoy, what you could do without and what dishes you’d like to see. You guys were so encouraging, which is always nice. A couple of our readers got straight to the point and asked for healthier recipes. This was valid. It’s not always cupcakes and cookies over here, but we do make a number of more decadent dishes. That being said, we’re going to try to shake in a few more well-rounded meals, so you don’t think we survive on ice cream and pop tarts alone.Continue Reading »
Posts Tagged ‘roasted’
Orange Teriyaki Chicken
Garam Masala Roasted Chickpeas
The craving hits. You want something to pop into your mouth. Maybe you did just finish dinner a couple of hours ago, or perhaps you are hours away from it. This is the time that you need a snack. Most of us fall onto the sweet snack or salty snack side. Depending on what your tongue longs for, you make your decision. We all want to satisfy that craving, and some of us strive to make it a healthier choice. The question is–How healthy is that choice if you eat almost all of it? Well if you are a chickpea fan, no one’s judging you if you do.Continue Reading »
Roasted Fingerling Potatoes and Brussels Sprouts
It’s that time! We present another spectacular dish from this month’s guest blogger, our friend and co-worker Maureen. And as Mo demonstrates, there’s nothing quite like a roasted vegetable. Pick a vegetable, any vegetable. Add some salt, pepper, oil, throw in a hot oven and…Boom. Bam. Bomb. So good! We’re so elated she picked this particular one to feature.
We were just reminiscing about the delicious roasted brussels sprouts served at the Foodbuzz Blogger Festival evening dinner. Brussels sprouts get a bad rap. When you hear about this green, miniature, cabbage-shaped, bulb-thingy, images of your 12-year-old self come to mind, screaming in agony at the pain your parents inflicted on you by forcing you to eat said green thingy. Now that your taste buds have matured—and your mind is open—try revisiting the spout. You’ll be glad you did. Tell us why Maureen…Continue Reading »