I'm a little worried today, people, and I need to unburden myself to somebody, so you'll have to do. You see, I have a disturbing feeling that my food bills are about to go up considerably, and I'm not sure what I can do about it.
It's Red Velvet season! Yes, red velvet has a season. These red velvet cake truffles are perfect for parties. Everyone loves them. You could even bake one batch with red food coloring and one batch with green food coloring for a festive mix!
If you're fortunate enough to have some white truffles on hand, here is heavenly way to use them. Chris Czarnecki, a 4th generation restaurateur and chef, demonstrates one of their signature dishes at The Joel Palmer House in Dayton, Oregon.
I am a huge fan of St. Vincent's Meals on Wheels. Its $8.5 million budget is contributed entirely by foundations, individuals and fund-raising events -- like the one I am going to tell you about today.
The balls combine the best parts of pecan pie and make a great addition to any holiday spread. Bourbon works to give these treats a nice kick, but try to get your hands on Grand Marnier or Cointreau for some zest!
What were two truffles doing in a dolls' bed, snuggled together, upper bodies resting upon a tiny red bolster in the window of Belle'occhio? It should have been obvious, I suppose, the male was smoking a glowing cigar.