Poe Boy Sandwich

A spooky, but incredibly tasty, riff on a po’ boy sandwich? Today we are making the Edgar Allan Poe-boy sandwich from Code Romantic! In a post-apocalyptic world that’s been taken over the @ware, you need to learn to code in order to reprogram the evil AI that has taken over and is killing humanity. That’s

Magnolia Bakery’s Banana Pudding

A sweet, fluffy vanilla pudding, layered with Nilla wafers and banana slices – we’re making Magnolia Bakery’s banana pudding today! Son and I love traveling. We love going to new places, exploring new cities, trying new foods. We’re just very bad at it. There have been numerous occasions where we’ve gone to a new place,

Weekly Wanderings 2020/13

As you saw, we attempted bread last week! And then had a lot of bread to eat, so we just had to eat it Vietnamese breakfast-style at least once. French bread, fried, egg, maggi sauce. We skipped the coffee this time, but I’d typically (happily) eat this with a nice strong ca phe sua da

NOLA-Style French Bread

We’ve got some po boy sandwiches coming up, so I thought I’d try my hand at making traditional NOLA-style french bread! These were the two recipes I tried: King Arthur Baking Saveur Both were tasty, although the Saveur bread fell quite a bit. We ended up greatly preferring the King Arthur recipe! Sub to my

Milka Oreo Torte

My brother REALLY loves Oreos, so when I came across this German Milka Oreo Torte, I decided I HAD to make it for his birthday! If you want to try it, you can buy a Milka Oreo Torte here. Sub to my YouTube channel to get notified whenever we have new videos! Links in this

Thanksgiving Poutine

Sweet potato fries, homemade squeaky cheese curds, caramelized onions, dried cranberries, maple-glazed turkey, and turkey gravy – we’re making Thanksgiving Poutine! When both MaryJoStaebler AND Morhokai redeemed their fishcoins to choose Canada, I knew I definitely wanted to make poutine! And since we had two redemptions, don’t you worry – another Canadian recipe will be

Weekly Wanderings 2020/12

Hope everyone’s having a lovely October! We’ve been doing better at getting out for a walk every day, even if it’s just a short walk before sunset. Found the end. And some pretty little flowers. The fanciest fire hydrant. Samples for tasting time! Note how I made sure each piece got a good bit of

Sweet Potato Fries

We’re making sweet potato fries! For… reasons. Which you will see tomorrow. These fries turned out tasty, but contrary to the original recipe mine were not crispy AT ALL. Possibly because I used cornstarch instead of arrowroot powder? Not sure… but it’s okay, because the fries don’t need to be crispy for the final recipe.

Maple Turkey Gravy

Now that we’ve made a maple-glazed turkey, we’re making gravy! Definitely save the pan drippings from the turkey/chicken, those are gonna come in handy here. Shrimpy Tips: lemon juice may seem unusual, but it helps balance the sweetness of the maple syrup in the turkey drippings! Maple Turkey Gravy adapted from Five Heart Home Ingredients

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