The smell. Oh, the smell. I had heard the process is amazing but I didn't realize it was going to build like that as the hour's passed. Low and slow is what brings out ALL the flavors and the layers. My mouth is watering!
The crunch of the fresh veggies with the Vietnamese flavors has had me feeling some sort of way for a few years! I've wanted to make some at home but I suppose I was a little scared of the process. FINALLY yesterday I went for it
I was stranded at home and decided to take the leap into grocery delivery -- and I can't believe I waited this long! My turkey chili tasted better than ever. Was it because I didn't have to go to the store?
The Gist: This recipe was given not one, not two, but "ten thumbs up" by my six-year old daughter, who notoriously hates everything I cook, yet loves everything anyone else cooks! She ate up every last bite of this dish, and when I asked her what she thought of the dish, she showed…
I'm with you, I don't like driving in snow, I don't like shoveling the sidewalk but one thing that does come to mind about snow is making snow ice cream with the kids. Snow ice cream, you say? Well, why not? It's only three ingredients and you can eat it immediately.