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FINALLY! After weeks of teasing yinz guys, I finally threw my Mad Men Party featuring recipes from The Unofficial Mad Men Cookbook by Judy Gelman and Peter Zheutlin in honor of the end of the show. My shindig was just … Continue reading
So I did another gelatin challenge. Do you remember the first one? When I made the Swedish Jellied Veal? Ah, good times! Well, me and some of my internet friends decided to test our mettle with another gelatin celebration. And … Continue reading
Ohmygodyouguys! An actual Dinner is Served dinner! When was the last time that happened? Um, so long ago that I can’t even tell you how long ago it was that I made this dinner. So long ago that #49 was the … Continue reading
Okay. I am well-aware that this isn’t a wiener dish. But the Thanksgiving holiday has totally messed with my blogging schedule since I was out of town for a week. You should be happy that there is a Wiener Wednesday … Continue reading
This week’s selection is Frank Triangles. I am seriously in love with the names of these recipes from the Better Homes & Gardens cookbook collection. Frank Triangles sounds like a mafia goon: That Frankie Triangles is a rat, boss. Let’s … Continue reading
The lovely people at Arganica gave me a free mixed produce crate to work my magic on and give their subscribers some ideas on what to do with the massive quantities of delicious produce that arrives on their doorstep. And … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but some of my favorite recipes (retro or otherwise) are those that are so simple that someone can tell you how to make the entire dish in under 1 minute and you don’t have to … Continue reading
I prepared #61 on a Saturday night by myself. Yes, by myself. Does that seem sad–me staying home and cooking alone on date night? I hope not. I haven’t been making as many Dinner is Served! meals as I would … Continue reading
Quickie weeknight meal! For this I used the leftover Canadian Bacon/ham from the Filled Omelet brunch a few days before. There’s no reason to waste perfectly good ham, am I right? I also liked the name of this dinner because … Continue reading