Brownies for a rainy day: simple and delightful.
Vichyssoise with Chive Blossoms
Relaxing al fresco dining
Wonderful Iles-de-la-Madeleine Lobster
cookie-dough batter makes suprisingly yummy cupcakes.
NOTCOT is cohosting a party at NY Design Week, and i'd love your VOTE on which of these you love best. Food related favs of mine are the Typewriter Waffles and the Doggie Wine Glass! Thanks ~ jean
Eye candy desserts...do you want to have some?
Cinnamon Buddha Cookies - recipe adapted from Dorie Greenspan's infamous sweet tart dough.
Confections from Jin Patisserie in Venice, CA
These towels come in pairs of 2, and feature tips and information on wine, herbs & spices and cooking tips which include handy measurements, so you'll always have useful kitchen info at your fingertips.
Now, where do I find such shinny vege? Looks nice though.
Salmon and Radish Sashimi with Olive Oil and Sea Salt
Clever pasta advertising
Chocolate mint torte
A view from the inside, from the inside.
How the good ol' BBQ could be transformed to a chinese dim-sum ~ BBQ pork pastry.
Saw it here and had to make my own version! Chocolate Cupcakes With Peanut Butter Filling
Chicken meatballs, chicken breast, and more meat on sticks at Kappo Honda Izakaya.
Homemade Blueberry-Peach Sorbet
Comfort food for spring...
the famous french laundry clothespin
It's never too late for Hot Cross Buns
Seafood dumplings never looked so good in green!
Mother's Day, in the shade of raspberry - banana raspberry swirl muffins.
My hummus revalation
hearts of palm and watercress salad
Stuffed omelettes for a quick spring appetizer!
Springfield (MO) Style Cashew Chicken created by David Leong back in the 50's. The next day I met his son who told me his father's story.
Sometimes the tastiest things in life are not the most expensive, like this cheap-ass Taiwanese fried chicken.
Roasted vegetables on a bed of rice and baby spinach, topped with a mango basil vinaigrette
Filipino Leche Flan
Garlic and Pepper Crusted Pork, marinated overnight and then fried. An original recipe from a professional cook in Bangkok.
It's a depiction of what happens when the cereal mascots have way too much of their own cereal, or crack. It's hard to tell. Sleepy, moody, high-strung mascots.
Do you like Fried Rice and Spam?
Would you? Could you? In a wok?
Would you like them gently tossed?
Would you like them with fish sauce?
Hazelnut biscotti -- if they're good enough for Harvey Nichols Istanbul, they're good enough for me.