I recently saw a jar of Chocolate Malt Ovaltine in the supermarket and was reminded of the delicious banana chocolate milkshakes I used to make after school. The chocolate malt and banana is a classic combo that will always satisfy my sweet tooth.
The Spoonies are Lick My Spoon’s homage to the very best, the most delicious, the most unique and awe-inspiring food establishments.
A round up of favorite Thanksgiving recipes like Double Baked Coconut Sweet Potatoes, Hot Crab Dip, Polenta and Sausage Stuffing, Pumpkin Ginger Cheesecake Pie and more!
From NOLA fries of thick, golden, wedges of starchy goodness to the Crawfish with Remoulade full of succulent bits of crawfish meat coated in a crunchy cornmeal crust... of course, the classic favorite, the Debris Po’ Boy, a monster sandwich of roast beef and gravy!
Buttery, sweet cream swirled with satiny ribbons of honey beyond your wildest imagination of what honey could taste or feel like on your tongue. The texture of the Lehua honey is unreal â€“ more like honey cream. The flavorâ€¦makes you think bees have it made.
In my house, the Chicken came first, Thursday night for dinnerâ€¦but the Egg followed not long after for a delicious Saturday brunch! I am all about making my life as easy as possible, and it truly gives me great joy when I can create a satisfying â€œtake 2â€ meal using leftovers: Balsamic Glazed Chicken served with Spinach Cheese Polenta & Eggs Sunny Side Up, over Spinach Cheese Polenta, drizzled with Balsamic Glaze.
A gorgeous, sunny, 78 degree Saturdayâ€¦in Novemberâ€¦in San Francisco. Time for a picnic in the park with some Lee's Sandwich!
Crunchy, nutty, sweet, slightly salty, and full of that baked goodness that you can only get with brown sugar and your oven. It’s better than the boxed stuff by far. You’ll shun store-bought granola forever after making your own.
Sushi Bistro keep sushi fresh and fun with innovative combinations of ingredients (and dish names). Case in point, the orgasmic Rock n’ Roll: sweet scallops smothered in kewpie mayonnaise spiked with sriracha (Thai-style hot chili sauce), and served on top of a California roll.
Front Porch accurately describes its fare as Caribbean comfort food: the signature Fried Chicken was cleverly presented in a fun, retro, popcorn bucket, complete with a handful of popcorn to snack on, sides of stewed coconut red beans studded with pork belly bits, and spicy rice dirtied up with bean remnants and chicken gizzards.