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S'mores Calzones Beg to Be Devoured 05/22/15, via POPSUGAR

Ok, I feel like the Grinch saying "it's practically here", but really s'more season WILL officially be here this weekend (hello Memorial Day!!). Yes, I have probably seen the Grinch one too many times for sure, (I still love it) but I couldn't resist

Vermont Restaurant Week Diaries: Seven Days Dines Out 04/28/15, via Seven Days

I've been obsessed with eating "roast beast" ever since I first heard Boris Karloff utter the words in How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Now I got to try that dish — actually pink-centered, coffee-braised short rib — covered in mint-pistachio pesto

Grinch Cake | Dr Suess - A MontrealConfections Collaboration (How To)

Well, pucker up and kiss it, Whoville The Grinch Cake is here. follow this quick and easy tutorial. https://youtube.


Somebody's Sinning In My Bed

Somebody's Sinning In My Bed

Published by Kensington Books 2014

ISBN 9780758292131,0758292139
384 pages

A wickedly funny, uplifting novel of love and betrayal. . .good karma and bad karma. . .sin and redemption. . . Chyna and her sister, Janelle, are always moments away from a catfight. They love each other, but Janelle has never forgiven her sister for swiping her first love, Cordell. That was ages ago, and now Chyna is showing off as the First Lady of New Hope Assembly, a church caught between the old ways of Holiness and new ways of serving its community. New Hope's leader, Reverend Grayson Young, is also caught--in the infamous Sweet Bush lounge, an establishment well-known for adult pleasures. . . With the church congregation running wild in the aftermath of her husband's scandalous behavior, Chyna turns to Janelle for guidance. But if Chyna thinks she's getting sympathy, she'd...

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Vermont Restaurant Week Diaries: Seven Days Dines Out - Seven Days

Can you believe this is the sixth year of Vermont Restaurant Week . For more than half a decade, Vermonters have been supping (and lunching) on prix-fixe meals around the state. If all of our waists are a little thicker than they were back in 2010, that's the price we pay for the culinary excellence surrounding us. This year, a record 115 participating restaurants have made it harder than ever to choose where to feast. Would it be the James Beard-nominated restaurant offering its entire menu. The Brookfield restaurant introducing a new Mexican concept. Who could resist the draw of a Burlington classic serving up three courses of foie gras. Seven Days staffers fanned out to try a sampling last weekend, ate heartily and lived to write about it. My Many-Colored Dinner: The Daily Planet 15 Center Street, Burlington, 862-9647. It's fun to have fun, but you have to know how. Daily Planet chef Justin Bigelow appears to be an expert. His $30 "Seuss-taurant Week" menu features three courses, each with three options sporting titles and themes that do Theodor Geisel proud. One Fish, Two Fish is a vodka and soda with a subtle violet-orange flavor and corresponding ombré shades. Yertle Turtle Tea is a puckery Long Island iced tea flavored with Earl Grey and dressed with a puff of cotton candy. The Thing One course kicked off my meal with a literal bang. Hop on Pop is a presentation of three watermelon cubes crowned with tangy whipped chèvre. Beneath, a few strands of watercress wallow in puddles of hops-infused balsamic. The medianoche sliders called Luke Luck Likes Duck were far from a tongue twister on the plate. The sweet cemita buns filled with house-cured duck ham and mojo-roasted duck leg were comfort personified. Most chefs invoke Green Eggs and Ham by adding some pesto to an egg dish and calling it a day. , covering crisp-topped cubes of braised pork belly with wasabiko. The tiny flying-fish roe, dyed green with wasabi, certainly qualify as "green eggs. " The pork comes between lip-smackingly greasy fried oysters, all presented in a pool of pineapple-nori aioli, with a side of sesame-flavored soba salad. I've been obsessed with eating "roast beast" ever since I first heard Boris Karloff utter the words in How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Now I got to try that dish — actually pink-centered, coffee-braised short rib — covered in mint-pistachio pesto. The "beast" fell apart into silken pink strands atop a tricolored potato hash dressed up with fennel fronds. Smoked blueberry sauce was the plate's greatest innovation, fruity and smoldering as promised. The party ended with a pair of whimsically plated sweets. Fruits of the Truffula Tree looks like homemade chocolate Munchkins plated in a wave of passion fruit cream and mango coulis. I Call This Game "Fun-in-a-Box" is a surprise, but not in a box. French Connection: Tourterelle 3629 Ethan Allan Highway (Route 7), New Haven, 453-6309. For the first night of Vermont Restaurant Week, I like to get out of town (Burlington). So I invited three friends to accompany me on the 45-minute drive to Tourterelle , which gave us time to recall previous meals and anticipate the next one. Tourterelle's gorgeous 1796 building is also a three-room inn. In the entry, a smiling hostess — usually co-owner Christine Snell, wife of chef Bill Snell — greets guests and whisks away coats. The rolling Addison County countryside was pretty and peaceful, if still a little brown. Inside, we oohed over the gracious architectural details of our sage-green dining room. Our server was warm and efficient, a Euro approach that matched Tourterelle's "fusion of classic French dishes made with local Vermont products," according to its website copy. We ordered a Côtes de Provence rosé and mused over our food options. Three of us decided to get one $40 VTRW entrée each, while the fourth went rogue and ordered a house specialty, the bouillabaisse. The Tourterelle salad is a familiar one on Vermont menus: arugula, artichokes, cranberries and roasted pecans with Vermont Creamery Bonne Bouche goat cheese and balsamic vinaigrette. We found that the vinaigrette's acid somewhat overpowered the sweeter ingredients, yet the salad quickly disappeared. My Crèpe Saisonnière was a dainty folded pancake rolled with andouille sausage, roasted peppers and smoked mozzarella.


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PC230526 - Grinch Cake
PC230526 - Grinch Cake
I'm calling this the Grinch cake because of it's color and because of it's grinchy attitude of falling apart into four sections. My first time using a silicone pan form... will definitely have to try again! I'm going to frost this and then cut into slices so no one knows what happened to it. :)
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