Nearly everyone likes meatballs. I was in search of a meatball that was different and did not involve any filler (breadcrumbs). I have been on a bit of a curry kick lately, which has yielded these delicious meatballs!
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Hash browns are definitely a weekend favorite of mine. Last Easter, I was looking for quiche recipes and came across one with a hash brown crust… perfect! Asparagus is one of the best spring veggies in my opinion, so that was a natural choice. And gruyere? Awesome in anything melt-y.
This cider is like the champagne of ciders… no really, it almost tastes like champagne. If you are not into really apple-y or sweet ciders, this one is really nice. It tastes dry, crisp, and refreshing (I advise you drink it ice-cold). It is a really nice change of pace from beer (if for some reason you don’t feel like beer… not sure why you wouldn’t feel like beer, but anyhow).
I have been wanting to make my own nut milk for a long time and finally got around to it. It is pretty easy to make, but takes a bit of time, and isn’t as cheap as you might think. After tasting the final product, it is definitely worth the money, in my opinion.
Some people think they do not like butternut squash. That is because they have never had this soup. I have personally converted a few people with this soup. It is perfect for a cold day… which for me, in Southern California, is anything below 60 degrees.
The first time I had chilaquiles was on vacation in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico; they were part of the breakfast buffet every morning. That dish was very basic – tortilla chips cooked in sauce. If you have never had them before, chilaquiles are like breakfast nachos (sounds delicious, right?) and we pronounce them (Cheel-ay-keel-ays).