“Step 3 Stir in salt, pepper and other dry seasonings as you cook the rice. Try garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, parsley, basil, dill, seasoning salt or lemon pepper. Start with ¼ to ½ tsp. of each spice so you don’t overwhelm the rice dish.” Yep, I think that’ll do it! As seen at […]
Life just got sooo… much better!
When the waitress asks you how many are in the party, you need to say “five” otherwise, you get 3 chairs and a high chair, or 4 chairs with no space. I just assumed we were counting eating mouths. Anyway, we figured out basic math and everybody was happy. Welcome to baby’s first outing.
Thank you internet. We were having trouble identifying all the animals: This one was particularly hard:
So, my parents sent me my first poffertjes pan. Having grown up eating them every weekend and watching my father tirelessly cook them as well as being a father myself and making my own pancakes, my thought was, “how hard can this be?” Turns out, pretty hard. The first step when making poffertjes is to learn how […]
I cannot say enough good things about Singapore Airlines (SA). As someone who travels internationally and domestically every month of the year and who owns a passport that looks like a well-loved teddy bear headed off to college, I have seen my fair share of airlines. My recent meetings in Sydney with major retailers and […]