On day 3 of the Spring Break Cookbook Challenge, I decided to attack a recipe from one of my favorite chefs, Hugh Acheson. Artichoke & Spinach Gratin, from A New Turn in the South I received this book for my 30th birthday this year, from our "foodiest" friends in Atlanta. It was with them that… Continue reading #SBCC Day 3: Artichoke & Spinach Gratin
#SBCC Day 2: Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage
The Spring Break Cookbook Challenge continues! On day 2, I decided to go for a classic I had never tried before: stuffed cabbage. Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage, from The Magyar Magic Cookbook The recipe came from a cookbook given to me by my stepmother-in-law 3 years ago. The cookbook is filled with recipes gathered by the… Continue reading #SBCC Day 2: Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage
#SBCC Day 1: Ottolenghi’s Endives
The Spring Break Cookbook Challenge officially started on Monday. After a long day exploring the city with a friend (i.e. walking and eating), I didn't feel like eating anything too heavy or that would take more than one hour to make. Caramelized Endives with Serrano Ham, from Ottolenghi: The Cookbook This cookbook was gifted to… Continue reading #SBCC Day 1: Ottolenghi’s Endives
The Spring Break Cookbook Challenge!
This week is my spring break at the preschool. Originally, I was supposed to meet my husband in Florida for a week of rest, sun and pretty views. When that was canceled due to my husband's health issues (nothing to worry about now), I had to revise my spring break plans at the very last… Continue reading The Spring Break Cookbook Challenge!