If I try hard enough, I could probably make an even richer, creamier, and more indulgent dessert than this. But I would have to try pretty hard.
If you’ve ever worked with phyllo dough, you know that you’ve got limited time to use it before it turns into a flaky, dried out mess. All is not lost.
I used to hate Brussels Sprouts when I was a kid. I don’t know why I decided to buy some and try cooking them myself several years ago. I’m honestly not sure why I do a lot of things, but oh well, it turned out to be a good decision!
No self-respecting Greek will return home from Greece without a large stash of dried Greek Oregano in their luggage. Try explaining that one to a customs officer.
At some point someone stole muffins and turned them into greasy, gut-bomb, cupcakes-in-disguise. It’s time to steal them back. You’re welcome.
Once upon a time I had some leftover salmon. And some ginger. Oh yeah, cilantro, too. Green onion was also there. They invited lime juice over and got together to have a party.
There’s a scene in one of the Peter Rabbit stories where a sneaky fox tricks a silly duck to bring him a variety of herbs. What the duck doesn’t realize is that he intends to cook her eggs with those herbs!