Saturday, May 19, 2007

food for thought

*photo: neo-enchiladas suizas from

Neo-Enchiladas Suizas from Chow. These look so good and I love the idea of it being kind of like a burrito and an enchilada. I guess it would be like a smothered burrito.

Can you tell I like Mexican food? Gosh-darned Chicken Quesadillas from my husband cooks. Pretty much anything with avocado in it is worth trying I think.

Strawberry Milk from simply recipes.

Lemon Pound Cake from a cheeky blog. This looks really delicious and so easy to make.

Kid-Friendly wraps from Simply Recipes. There are so many variations to these recipes. I think we've all had the wagonwheels or pinwheels at a relief society function, but for kids, all you need are a couple of items rolled up inside and they are happy. Sometimes we do a thin layer of cream cheese with turkey and thinly-sliced cucumber. Do you have any other wrap ideas for kids?

Have you ever had the black and white cookie? It's the much beloved east-coast cookie. Well I haven't, but I'd like to. HF grew up eating them, and his mom raves about them. What's the big fuss? I'm curious. HF is supposed to bring me back some black and white cookies from his trip, but if he doesn't, I may be tempted to have them delivered from a New York City bakery, even if it costs $49.00!? Maybe I will have to make my own from a recipe found at epicurious. Then HF can tell me if it's identical or not to his precious New York cookie.

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