I was invited to participate in a battle for culinary supremacy by the amazing folks at Cooking Matters Michigan. (Who can resist a challenge, when it’s worded like that…am I right?) P.S. To view my entry, plus the other 4 …
Mr. David B. showed me some colorful cereal treats earlier this afternoon, and of course I have to make my own! Er, for the kids. Yeah, that’s it…the kids. Crunch Berry Krispies. This is your standard Krispies directions. If you’ve never made …
I had the pleasure of chatting with Chef Robert of Bastone Brewery in Royal Oak last week to discuss 2 of their special summer menus: The Burger & A Brew menu, which runs through July 27th The Summer Lunch Menu, which will …
Ok, I might’ve celebrated yesterday’s National Margarita Day a bit too hard last night, because around midnight I apparently made a loaf of banana bread. Not just regular ol banana bread either. Banana bread with Reese’s Pieces Minis and Ghiradelli …
From the brand new Nom Nom’s Cupcake Factory in Westland Michigan.
From their website: “Chocolate cake stuffed with caramel filling, topped with salted caramel cream cheese frosting, drizzled with caramel and sea salt, garnished with a pretzel.”
Is this really already the end of January, 2011? Wow! I’ve barely gotten used to writing 2011 when I’m writing the date, like I had to at work earlier (which is why I’m posting this so late…I meant to do these earlier!)
What’s for dinner?
I’m the odd duck of the group. Ask the guys, or if you follow me on Twitter (@Wattyz) You probably already know this. If not, go follow me, you’ll see!
All this talk about Taco Bell lately actually had me wanting to make tacos. See? Odd Duck! LOL They’re easy to make, and everyone in the family eats them with no complaints because they’re customizable for everyone’s tastes.
I set everything up, and there’s a taco bar setup here. Soft tortillas for the youngster, hard shells for the guys, and a big cut head of Romaine lettuce for me to make a giant taco salad with.
I found a pretty good recipe at Allrecipes. Posted Here.
Shown above is ground beef mixed with taco seasoning, a head of romaine mixed in with some regular bagged salad mix, topped with a little spanish rice, red onion, tomatoes, and cheese, with a bit of greek yogurt (I use greek yogurt in place of sour cream. More flavor and better for you.
What’s on your plate tonight?