Here’s a zingy, zesty, candy-like, and totally unique gingerbread with an interesting history. It dates back to the mid 1800′s and a country baker named Sarah Nelson who sold her famous gingerbread out of a quaint stone cottage to Victorian tourists visiting England’s Lake District . 519 more words
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I think I’ve checked out Todd Selby’s “Edible Selby” about a dozen times from the library (perhaps I should finally breakdown and buy a copy for myself!) This beautiful book takes you behind the scenes and into the minds of some of the most interesting chefs and artisan food producers around the world. 113 more words
Sometimes it’s fun to mix things up by eating a bunch of little appetizers instead of a big meal all at once. Especially on Friday nights when we’re left with odds and ends in our refrigerator and we can be a little more leisurely about eating, we’ll just rustle up some small courses and nibble until we’re feeling full. 542 more words