My hubby and I started drinking tea a few winters ago while trying to cut down on sugar and pop, and it's been a huge hit in the house ever since. Unfortunately it did take some trial and error to figure out the best ways to buy and brew a variety of loose leaf teas. That is what I'd like to share, the basics of getting into loose leaf tea without breaking the bank or winding up with a bunch of tea you hate (I swear I didn't just throw out three tins of two-year-old tea that had only a couple of cups used…)
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Ever since I discovered how easy it is to make browned butter and Mizithra pasta, it has become a monthly staple. I would have it more often, but it isn't really all that healthy… but it sure is delicious. However, it is so easy even Megan can do it!
The only good thing about getting sick is that my husband always makes me this awesome celery soup. I can make a mean soup from scratch (it's kind of my thing) but nothing compares to his magical sickness fixing celery soup. It sounds odd, looks kind of gross and has the consistency of applesauce but it tastes amazing.
I am almost positive you don't start salivating at the mentioning of the word "liver." But wait, maybe you haven't really had a good liver dish. Or maybe you didn't realize all the great health benefits liver provides! Enjoy this layered liver cake recipe along with all these reasons you should add liver to your diet.
Pangsit was always a bit of a mystery to me; my grandma has been cooking for so long that she eyeballs all of her recipes and the way she folds these deep fried delights was too quick for me to follow. In short, pangsit goreng is deep fried wonton (although we'll be using spring roll pastry, because oma said so), filled with a meat mixture. Now that I have uncovered the enigmas I'd love to share them with all of you lovelies.
What do you want your little rainbow of hearts to say? Do you wish they were flavored differently, or spelled out secret messages? Do you want more vibrant colors? Now, Homies, is your chance — because we've got the skinny on how to make your very own.