This recipe is one of my brother-in-law’s specialties, and it has been such a long time since I’ve had it, or actually since I’ve remembered it. Out of the blue, the other day, it just pops into my head and I decided to make it.
Clint and I like this tapas place in Winters called Ficelle. It is a small restaurant that only opens at the end of the week, but it is always packed. It has a convivial atmosphere, whether inside or on the patio, and if you are looking for something fancy then Ficelle is not the place for you.
This post is actually long overdue. I uploaded the pictures a million years ago, but did not get to actually write the post till now.
It has been a while since I did a wine review that it is long due. I have been tasting a lot of new wines but have not really took the time to do a full technical sheet. The good news though is that Clint and I discovered a site/app where you can rate your favorite wines and keep track of your likes and dislikes. Join and follow me here on Vivino, if you want to keep track.
The novelty of this review is that you are getting two technical sheets: one from me and one from Clint, offering you a comparative view. Follow Clint here on Vivino.
This is my second Thanksgiving here! Already!
While last year all I did was eat and try new foods for the first time on Thanksgiving, this year I wanted to pitch in and prepare something.
A couple of weeks ago we bought a big bag of cranberries and they have been sitting in the fridge begging to be used.
I have followed the blog “The Wednesday Chef” for about a year now. I found it interesting and appealing, hence when the author Luisa Weiss published her book, My Berlin Kitchen: A Love Story (with Recipes), I wanted to read it.