Recently, I found a super cute cookbook completely dedicated to quiches. Quiche Cookbook was published in 1976 and written by Edie and Tom Hilton. I was particularly drawn to the illustrations by Shelley Adler throughout the book Since I love a good quiche but usually make the recipes up with whatever I find in the fridge,… Continue reading Retro Cooking: 1976 Seafood Quiche
This week was our first week back together. Jeff was staying home (woot!) and I decided to plan a whole week of dinners, which had not happened in quite a while. So here's what I had planned...and I am proud to say I stuck to it all! Monday: Caesar Salad Alright, technically, this one didn't… Continue reading The Home-Cooked Meals Victory!
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
Since we've met, my husband and I have always loved eating out. Charlottesville is such a foodie town that there's always a new restaurant to try out or a personal favorite to revisit. The problem is that this is not a cheap habit. Over the past year, we've been making a point to stop eating… Continue reading Celebrating the Small Victories…or How We Avoided Eating Out