Nooks and crannies guys. Nooks.And.Crannies. You know you love them. You know you love them more when they’re filled with butter and jam. Or just butter. Because really, when you have a great einkorn English muffin, jam just complicates things. Let’s keep it simple for now.
Written by Mr. Crumbs Aight ya’ll. You asked for it. We shared with you a picture of a new bread recipe on Facebook and Instagram last week and you responded – no, wait – you demanded that we share the new recipe with you. With some spur of the moment decision making (a.k.a. choosing between butter or peanut butterClick to Continue »
Welcome to Soup-landia, otherwise known as February! Actually, I live in Houston, and we’ve only dipped into the 30s a few times this winter, which I know sounds like a dream to some of you (Check back with me in August and I’ll be living on popsicles and wishing for a taste of the weatherClick to Continue »
I live in a tourist town and one of our “things” is clam chowder. There’s this one particular spot where 12 restaurants cram their store-fronts onto an old fishing wharf and every one of those restaurants has a stand out in front where employees shout, “Clam chowder? Would you like to try some clam chowder?”Click to Continue »
Butter, gravy and leftover turkey sandwiches. What do all of these have in common? Besides being on the menu in two weeks. They all require fluffy dinner rolls in order to really enjoy them for all their worth. Please tell me I’m not the only one dreaming about it… the fresh, hot from the oven,Click to Continue »
Extra butter… extra salt… fresh out of the oven, warm gooey goodness… Yep, that pretty much describes the amazing deliciousness of these easy homemade dinner biscuits. It also explains why these balls of yum end up on our dinner table once a week. They make Mr. Crumbs do this cute little “I’ve died and gone to heaven”Click to Continue »
We talked about bread and carbohydrates in general a lot last summer. And I mean, a lot. From bleached flour to unhealthy wheat bread to the healthiest bread you can possibly make, we covered just about everything there was to talk about when it came to preparing, eating and enjoying carbohydrates in the healthiest way possible.Click to Continue »
When Mr. Crumbs and I lived in Texas, we ate Tex-Mex all.the.time. We would split a single order of beef and chicken fajitas and with the never ending bowls of chips and salsa, we ate until our bellies literally held no more food – all for under $12. And that INCLUDED tip. Nowadays with foodClick to Continue »