These were delicious. The best muffin I’ve tried in a long, long time.
I made a few changes. My coconut is unsweetened (and unsulfured and fine, if you care), so I upped the sugar to a whopping 1/2 cup. I also went with half and half for the flour mix (half whole wheat pastry flour and half unbleached flour).
I’ll be making these again (and again).
I put together this slaw for a cook-out. I thought it was okay. My siblings thought it was crazy-good. I want to make some changes next time, but before I announced my desire to do so my brother (knowing me too well) insisted, “Don’t change a thing!” I honestly think the dressing needs to pack a better punch (more soy sauce? more honey?); I also wished I would’ve added the peanuts right before serving. They were a bit soggy, and I wanted to spit them out. Why is this in the good category, again?
I really wanted to make homemade banana pudding for the aforementioned cook-out.
I really thought this recipe would be a winner. How can you go wrong with half and half, eggs, butter, and vanilla? I know. Because I did. Add some nutmeg to it. And make it extra runny — it’s a special talent.
The nutmeg totally stole the show from the vanilla. I mean every bite screamed “Nutmeg!” And I like nutmeg. But not in my pudding. This might be because I buy amazingly powerful nutmeg from Penzey’s Spices, but I’m not going to try this one again. We’ll turn to another recipe for homemade pudding (one with more cornstarch; no more drinkable pudding for us).
1. Something burning black (no link this time; this was all me)
I think that’ll do for the March Edition.
I can’t wait for April. I’m shooting for everything in the GOOD category (my family all has their fingers crossed as I type this)!