The class assignment for which this was created is officially over. However, I’ve really enjoyed working on my cooking and baking, and sharing it with all of you, so I’m going to try to update as often as I can with new things I’ve made.
However, this is a tough part of the semester, with all those final papers and law school applications, so it might be a while.
But thanks for sticking with me, and commenting, and hopefully I’ll be back soon!
Coffee is an art. However, it may not be an art feasible in dorm rooms.
I love coffee, and it loves me. (PHOTO CREDIT: Flickr user Ahmed Rabea)
New York Times columnist Mark Bittman (The Minimalist) has posted another of his famous “101 Lists” featuring 1o1 two-to-three-sentence recipes with no ingredient amounts or cooking times.
Today’s theme? “101 Head Starts on the Day.” Thanksgiving Day, that is.
While I’ll be heading North to visit family this Thanksgiving, and will leave the cooking to more experienced, willing participants, some of these look like great ideas to try at any time.
Free chocolate…if this doesn’t make your day, I don’t know what can.
(PHOTO CREDIT: Flickr user ginnerobot)
Sorry about the delay – it’s *that* point in the semester when I’ve been living off takeout and Cheez-Its while studying for midterms and applying for law school. But I did make these a little while back!
Fluffy, butter and soft – these did not contribute to my new running plan. (PHOTO CREDIT: Flickr user Sea-Turtle)
I was wandering aimlessly through the grocery store before work earlier this week, and this little container just called out to me:
Since I wasn’t a prepared journalist and didn’t have my camera, my cell phone camera had to cut it. (PHOTO CREDIT: Heather M/thedormcook)
Since my roommates and I have been busy celebrating the New York Yankees’ 27th World Series title, here are some interesting links about baseball food:
– a cool interactive map showing the best and worst food at Major League Baseball stadiums throughout the country (although the only one I’ve been to is Nationals Park in Washington, D.C.) (New York Times)
– an article explaining the new food choices (sushi and seafood, anyone?) in both New York stadiums after the concessions revamping (New York Times)