Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Food Report! : The Mysterious Surfing Taco!

This Just in:


uh, no comment, just thought i'd like to share. i was just taking a walk, minding my own bussiness, when i came across this radical taco surfer. uh, feel free to comment. i have no idea what is going on here. thanks.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

The Gift of Breakfast: A Very Special Toast and Jam!

The All Gift Breakfast!
Spent Grain Toast With Apricot Jam

Featured In today's Post is this lovely gift from Jasmine, over at BeerAtJoe's and Apricot Jam made by Grandma Marie! Oh Boy am i a happy duck.

    Jasmine bakes bread because her soon to be husband (!) brews beer. She gave me a mini loaf of this spent grain bread which was not only Super Duper cute, but was hands down the best wheat bread i have ever had. it was sweet and hearty, but not at all dense or heavy.  It made excellent toast for homemade grandma jam, which Michael got as a gift.
    Here is a short slide show of bread and jam and toasts!
Toast to Beeratjoes!

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Marinara: QUICK and Tasty!

Quick Marinara

Made with fresh Summer tomatoes

Here are some fine examples of beautiful Farm fresh California Produce.

   So i got a great idea, i thought i'd show you my favorite recipe for ravioli, featuring one of my favorite cheeses, Foglie Di Noce, but first, a teaser post for how to make a quick fresh marinanra with any extra tomatoes you may have laying around...


3 Large heirloom tomatoes
1 tbs olive oil
three cloves garlic
2 tsp fresh thyme
1 tbs tomato paste
1/2 cup water
salt and fresh cracked black pepper to taste

Heat a skillet with olive oil. Place tomatoes on olive oil till tomatoes skins are browning on one side, about five minutes. flip, repeat. Using a heavy spoon, squish tomatoes throughly. add thyme, garlic. Dillute tomato paste in water till smooth add that as well, stir. put on a low simmer for about thirty minutes. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

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