Every time I type “thyme” I think of the truly countless high school students who, over the semesters, would come to my counters saying they forgot to get them “thime”. Ok this app is what’s UP if you want easy, delicious, “real” and crowd pleasing. Hopefully you’re nodding your head “yes” by now.
The other day my cousin Claire called me from the grocery store with an urgent shopping question – what was “white chocolate bark” and where could she find it? I thought immediately of my favorite Christmas treat but since it was listed as an ingredient for crockpot chocolate peanuts, I figured that was an incorrect assessment. I consulted Google, which I do nearly five times a day.
Going back about 5 years now, I used to teach my students how to make pinwheels using Pillsbury dough. They were delicious, obviously, but pinwheels are really meant to be made with puff pastry. For a few reasons, really…
I like to snack on granola, but it’s one of the more important foods in which to consider serving size. That being said, when you make it yourself you control the sweetener, the fat, and the add-ins. Purchased granola is a rip on your waistline as well as your wallet because it’s just so dang easy to make yourself.
You know those quizzes that pop up on Facebook? I don’t ordinarily click but you might figure the one that got me had to do with food. It was “how picky of an eater are you?” It turned out there were two foods out of 82 that I dislike. So…not very picky. Ok folks, what two ingredients have you never ever ever seen listed on homebeccanomics before?
Alright – it’s December. That means cookies. Maybe this makes me a bit scroogy but I’m not one for red and green desserts. I find them kitschy. I don’t need my desserts to be shaped like trees or reindeer, and no faces are required. I just want them to taste really, really good.