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links: food

Hungarian Paprika Chicken at Joy The Baker

Moist Yellow Cake at Bakerella (oh my god those pictures are gorgeous).

beef and cheese noodle bake at Shelterrific, yay for comfort food

Caramelized Shallots at Pink of Perfection

Turkey Pad See Ew at Chow

Royal Dilemma: Why is the Princess Cake Green? at Cakespy

Upon discovering there is a Trader Joe’s that isn’t too difficult for us to get to we’ve started shopping there again. So, Trader Joe’s Fans and Tracking Trader Joe’s might come in handy.

mushroom and barley pie at Smitten Kitchen, that is so darn pretty

searching for the elusive one-hold single-cup drip-filter, and finding a solution, at Super Eggplant

Triple Chocolate Mousse Cakes, oh my goddness, at Erica Mulherin

Cookstr, a new online food thing, via Cool Hunting

I have a few couple holiday parties coming up and I’d like a great dish to bring. I’d like it to be not to difficult, not too expensive, possible to make/assemble ahead, and travel well. at Ask Metafilter

When asked for dessert recommendations, my friend’s 8-year-old son suggested “chocolate chip cookies with chunks of chocolate chip cookie dough in them.” How on earth can I pull off this fantastic treat? at Ask Metafilter. Brilliant kid.

pie crust 103: rolling and crimping at Smitten Kitchen

pumpkin cupcakes with links for how to make icing roses, at Smitten Kitchen

Fall’s Modern Cocktail at Modern Cottage

Wine or cider mulling spice bags, using a wine cork to float it, smart. At Eating Well Anywhere.

OMG, homemade Bacon Magic Shell, at Cooking With Tits. Via Brownie Points.

· comments [5] · 12-2-2008 · categories:drink · food · recipes ·

5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Laura // Dec 2, 2008 at 11:02 am

    Re: the holiday party dishes, brie wrapped in Pillsbury croissant dough and baked for 25 mins is to die for. The recipe is on their website, although thinking about it you need an oven where ever you’re going! (Not a member of metafilter sorry!I would have posted it there!)

  • 2 My First Kitchen // Dec 3, 2008 at 11:31 am

    Chocolate chip cookies with chunks of cookie dough. That’s got to be the best cookie idea I’ve ever heard.

  • 3 geek+nerd // Dec 4, 2008 at 7:01 am

    I’m diggin the cocktail and the yellow cake recipes! Thanks :)

  • 4 Kathy Hofmann // Dec 6, 2008 at 1:24 pm

    I made the chicken paprikash with a few changes from my pantry….YUM!

  • 5 Laura Mae // Dec 8, 2008 at 5:38 pm

    My trick for chocolate chip cookies with cookie dough chunks:
    Make two batches of chocolate chip cookie dough, one without egg. Roll the no egg batter into little 1/2″ or less balls and freeze.
    Cook other batch as normal but when the cookies look like they have only 2-3 minutes left take the frozen batter balls and smush them into the top of the cookies. Let the cookies finish cooking and COMPLETELY cool. The cookie dough consistency is only really there as long as you let it rest!

    I’ve been making these for a couple years and they are amazing! My sister says they look like cookies with boils though.

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