I feel like certain ingredients get really popular on food blogs. For awhile everything was Nutella. Which is great, because I love Nutella. Then everything was salted caramel. Again, love it. Then it was Biscoff. No complaints here. Is it still Biscoff? Is there some new “hot” ingredient that I don’t even know about yet? Even though certain ingredients get super popular I find myself never tiring of Nutella. 10 years from now will there still be a Biscoff craze? I don’t know, but what I do know is that I will always have a big jar of Nutella in my pantry. Me and Nutella are like 2 peas in a pod. Best friends forever. We are in looooooveeeee. Big time.
That title is a mouthful, I know. There’s so much good stuff here, we had to cram it all in the title.
Can I tell you a secret? I’ve never had biscuits and gravy. Never! Can I tell you another secret? I don’t think I ever will. Ever! Biscuits were not something I grew up eating (and certainly not biscuits and gravy) and they have never been a food I’ve craved. Unless of course they come in a tube, are quartered, doused in butter, sugar and cinnamon and baked into luscious monkey bread. THEN and only then do I like biscuits. Or so I thought.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I hope you all enjoyed your weekends. My family and I made a delicious St. Patty’s feast complete with corned beef, carrots, potatoes, cabbage and Irish soda bread. Yum! So I am still thinking green and still in the holiday spirit. We have one more green recipe for you before we say goodbye to shamrocks and hello to bunnies!
It’s Wednesday night and I just got back from the theater with my friend Catherine. We saw Million Dollar Quartet and I was completely entranced…50′s-60′s music is my favorite. Sometimes I think that maybe I grew up in the wrong decade. But then again I love me some Bangles too, so I guess that’s not entirely true. Anyways, now it’s 11pm and I can’t concentrate on this post or go to sleep because I’m too busy reading trivia about Elvis, Johnny Lee, etc on IMDb. I’ve got problems!!