Somewhere along the line I read that one of the best ways to control snacking was to make the snack yourself. First of all, whatever it is (popcorn, chocolate chip cookies, you get the drift) is going to taste better simply by virtue of being made with fresh ingredients. And second, the whole process of assembling the ingredients, making whatever it is, waiting for whatever it is to cook and cool and so on is going to slow you down since that is more complicated than grabbing a box or a bag of the pre-made stuff. This all made complete sense to me, so I decided to test the theory with a batch of homemade potato chips.
Do you ever find yourself standing in the middle of your kitchen, torn between something sweet and something salty? Sweet or salty? Salty or sweet? It’s the age-old dilemma, at least in my particular kitchen. But luckily for me, I now have my mitts on a recipe that let’s me have my cake and eatRead More & Get the Recipe
As you may have heard, the Super Bowl is one short week away. I’ll be honest, I’m totally in it for the commercials. The Southern husband, on the other hand, is totally in it for The Game. Regardless of which teams are playing, he loves it, and watches it with great (and by great IRead More & Get the Recipe
This is one of these things that I make and then think, how could I possibly have lived all these years on this earth and only be making these NOW? As a devoted member of the Sweet and Salty Club, you’d think I would have seen the light ages ago, but it took until lastRead More & Get the Recipe
Last weekend I strayed a little out of my usual photographic territory. No cookies, no babies, no puppies…I photographed a car show. And despite pretty much not having any idea what I was doing, the pictures came out…not so bad. And so I did what I always do when I take a few not soRead More & Get the Recipe