Archive for May, 2011
One thing that I miss is Chinese food. I used to love wontons, fried rice, and chicken balls. Mmmmm! However, this chicken-fried rice dish is super easy and tasty. You can even add other vegetables, such as peppers, water chestnuts, and snow peas, to make a full meal.
This recipe serves two to four people, depending on whether you’re serving it as a meal or a side dish. Don’t be afraid to adjust the proportions of the ingredients to suit your tastes!
I stopped by Quality Bakery today to get some gluten-free bread and they were clearing out the shop. They said that they are closing! I am so sad for the family – they have run that business forever. I am not sure what happened, but will keep you posted… and if you hear anything please […]
I haven’t been posting very many reviews lately, and that’s because Mike and I are working on buying our first house, and sticking close to home to save money! However, we did venture out to Niche a few weeks ago. Located at the corner of Barrington and Spring Garden (in the basement of the Maritime Building), it’s not a place that we go very often. However, they do have a nice atmosphere, excellent drinks, reasonably priced food, and jazz music on the weekends. We figured that it was a good spot to grab a bite to eat on Friday night.
A friend sent me this recipe and my head exploded: How To Make Creamy Ice Cream with Just One Ingredient!. It basically says you can freeze and puree bananas and make ice cream just from that ingredient. Perfect for those with allergies! I haven’t tried it yet but I am curious if others have, and […]