If you’ve ever had a cup of Java, you know that Indonesia is famous for its coffee. A colloquialism that developed from its eponymous island in Indonesia, Java isn’t the only island in Indonesia where coffee is produced. In fact, the thousands of islands that form Indonesia make it the fourth largest producer of coffee in the world.
How about you take a break from oatmeal for awhile?
The combination of having a ton of wild rice left over from Thanksgiving and being obsessed with my Crock Pot led me to the creation of this hearty breakfast porridge.
I often hear the words “fancy” and “complicated” associated with French food, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Quiche is a dish that’s a great way to clean up odds and ends in your veggie and deli drawers and makes for a delicious Sunday brunch.
I love the hustle and bustle of Thanksgiving. Waiting by the oven while the turkey roasts, preparing all the sides, whipping heavy cream to top at least two different kinds of pie. But what I might even love more than eating Thanksgiving dinner is eating Thanksgiving leftovers all weekend long.
After all these pumpkin dishes, you may be pumpkin-ed out at this point, but here’s one last dish you can make with any leftover pumpkin and turkey you may have, after the big day. It’s a quick weeknight meal, but it also makes for a great appetizer course at a fall dinner party: kabocha turkey pasta.
If you can even believe it, this was my first year ever roasting a turkey. I know, crazy, right? And even crazier was that I wanted to roast a turkey and prepare an entire Thanksgiving dinner by myself, in my little kitchen without a garbage disposal or dishwasher, for my all friends the week before Thanksgiving.
I love pudding. Whether you’re talking about crème brûlée, or a bowl of rice pudding it’s a dessert I’ve cherished since I was wee lad. That’s why I was intrigued when I first encountered bread pudding about 20 years ago.