What’s a cooking venture without some burnt cookies? And the holidays couldn’t be complete without a cute Christmas kitty. Check it all out in today’s post, “Cooking, Cookies, and Cats,” on MGSpear.com.
Carrots. A delicious snack, not doubt. But when it takes you forever to master your recipe? Perhaps not the best choice. Read all about it in today’s post, “Unforgiving Carrots,” on MGSpear.com.
I’m a picky eater. So when my husband introduces something new to me I get a little leery. Usually it’s pretty good since he is a great cook, but I have tread carefully ever since The Incident. Read all about it in today’s post, “New Foods: To Try or Not to Try,” on MGSpear.com.
Recently my baby ninja cooking skills got dropped down a belt. I tried to mushify zucchini and carrots together, and the results were not what I hoped for.
How much is too much Dr. Pepper? If something doesn’t go your way, think outside the box to keep moving forward. You might end up with some very tasty results.
Sometimes I get a craving for popcorn. Like, I think about popcorn until I get home, pop some, and sit on the couch with my low calorie butter spray and a dash of salt …
What would you be doing right now if COVID-19 hadn’t appeared? Eating at a new restaurant? Planning a beach get-away? What are some things that haven’t changed?
Today’s post centers around musings of the quarantine, and how life continues on despite setbacks.
How about a recipe post? I’ve collected some simple, hard to screw up recipes that are my go-tos when I want something yummy and don’t have to worry about possibly catching the house on fire. Simple is served.
Yet another cooking mishap post. I’ll get the hang of it eventually. (Actually, I have been progressing and have an easy recipes post coming up soon, you know, for people like me.)
So my cooking skills are definitely improving—I only made one blunder (well, actually two) in my cooking endeavors in quarantine. The first blunder: I was following a recipe for chicken and rice, with chicken broth …