Wednesday, March 11, 2009

What I'm Reading Today

It's Wednesday's what I'm reading:

Taking a hint from Mark Bittman's '100 ways....' lists in past issues of the NY Times, the SF Chron has 33 ways to use leftover bread. I'm a huge fan of homemade breadcrumbs, which I make at home all the time. Try some of their other ideas like Croissant Bread pudding or Zucchini baked with Bread and Gruyere .

Just looking at this pictures of a Hot Fudge Brownie Sundae will satisfy your chocolate cravings. If it doesn't the recipe, from BLD restaurant, is today's LA Times. The ice cream is homemade so there are some steps here. Making the brownies and sauce from scratch would still be a great way to dress up your favorite store bought ice cream.

Michelle Obama opens the White House kitchen to the press and tells the NY Times why it's important for her girls to eat healthy, local, and fresh vegetable. You go girl! The Times also has a beautiful recipe for a Garlic and Thyme Roasted Chicken. Everyone should have a back pocket recipe for roasted chicken. If you don't have yours this looks like a good place to start.

Fregola is a small Italian pasta with great texture to it. In today's Washington Post there is a quick weeknight style recipes for Spiced Pork Tenderloin with Cranberry Fregola. Isn't it time to shake up your dinner table this week?

Happy Cooking and happy reading!

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