Welcome to Episode 2 of the nom! nom! nom! blog cooking show! In this episode Jim and I pay homage to our homelands and make our favorite starch-filled treat– pierogi! Here’s a little grammatical side note: the word pierogi is the plural, the singular is actually pierog.
Potato-filled pierogi is about as classic as […]Continue Reading →
That’s quite the claim, I know. But I swear I can back it up.
We are putting the finishing touches on episode 2. I hope to have it up by tomorrow night, so stay tuned for that. It will be actual documentation that I do create food that is not baked. No body doubles, I swear. […]Continue Reading →
Okay, so I promise no posts with strawberries for awhile.
We are gathered here today to celebrate the quick meal. The effortless menu you can lean on after a long day at work. The dinner you can throw together in a flash, especially if you’ve planned and have some choice ingredients ready to go. […]Continue Reading →
Here is the recipe for the strawberry rhubarb jam I mentioned in the last post, should you be feeling ambitious this Sunday. It’s a pretty quick recipe. I made two batches of it for my 8 half-pint yield last weekend.
Strawberry Rhubarb Jam
Yields 4 half-pint (8 oz) jars
1 1/2 lbs. strawberries, rinsed, […]Continue Reading →
I haven’t been blogging or commenting much lately. It’s not that I don’t love you, really. Quite the contrary.
Jim and I have been working on a new project to expand nom! nom! nom! into something more. Jim is very skilled with film and media and for a couple of years we have been […]Continue Reading →
I always thought I was a pie-hater.
Despite my raging sweet tooth, I would have rather gone dessertless than have eaten pie. On the chance that I did have to eat, so as not to offend, I would eat the filling and maybe the top crust, if there was one. I just couldn’t get […]Continue Reading →
There is food being cooked! I haven’t had much to post lately because, frankly, we’ve been eating terribly boring food. But I’ve been trying to mix it up a little bit, plus bring back some classics.
Ooh, surprise, surprise, quinoa! I never could have guessed! Well, I never said it would be thrilling. I […]Continue Reading →
Mmmm… breakfast. Have I mentioned how much I love breakfast yet?
Thanks to the waffle cart in North Portland, Flavour Spot, I fell in love with maple butter and veggie sausage waffle sandwiches a few years ago. But I’m too lazy to make waffles, so we sling pancakes on the griddle and call […]Continue Reading →
Squirrel’s Vegan KitchenGo back in time to my original blog: Squirrel’s Vegan Kitchen!
Tags21.5.800 baking banana beans berries birthday breakfast brownies cakes canning chocolate cookbook cookies cooking cooking show cupcakes give away gluten free greens harry potter health holiday baking holiday meals kittehs muffins nostalgia nuts oatmeal peanut butter pie pumpkin quick eats quinoa real food recipe resolutions review soup summer TJs treat of the week vegan mofo vegan mofo 2009 video vita-mix