When we first met, Mr. Crumbs took me to the beach and bought me french fries. More specifically, he bought me boardwalk fries. Boardwalk fries?! Never heard of ’em. To this Texas-raised gal, fries were something that came next to BBQ brisket, burgers or chicken fried steak. I had no interest in boardwalk fries and as farClick to Continue »
With Cinco De Mayo coming up, I thought it would be fun to share my family’s favorite homemade guacamole recipe! In Texas we have our pick of great Mexican Food restaurants, and my family eats a lot of guacamole. Like, a LOT. Of all the guacamole we eat, we like this recipe the best! It’s aClick to Continue »
A couple months ago we were camping and while I normally LOVE campfire potatoes, I just wasn’t feeling it. My normal go-to veggie is corn on the cob, but corn isn’t in season in February and I didn’t want it bad enough to buy it frozen. We could have done salad, but that meant buyingClick to Continue »
Are you up to your ears in Thanksgiving dinner planning? I figured you might be, so I won’t keep you long. I want to share with you an easy and delicious appetizer recipe that can be thrown together in the final minutes before your guests arrive on Thursday. Let’s get right to it.
Do you ever find a new recipe that you love so much, you just want to make it over and over again? That’s how I feel about this autumn rice pilaf. Although the calendar is just now turning November, we’ve been eating this dish for weeks. The smell of cinnamon, the tang of cranberry andClick to Continue »
his post contains affiliate links. Mr. Crumbs is a reformed picky eater. Yes, he still has his peculiarities, but since moving out to California and having a chef and former food & beverage director prepare Sunday night dinners for six years, he’s really broadened his horizons. While he once hated tomatoes, he now favors tomatoClick to Continue »
Do you struggle with getting the family to try new foods? As a former picky eater, my husband can sometimes be a bit trickier to feed than the kids. (The kids don’t tell me no.) One way to overcome this hurdle is by mixing the new foods with some older, more familiar and loved foods. Click to Continue »
Is there a world record for eating asparagus? Why yes, there is! The record was set in 2011: Joey Chestnut ate 9lbs, 5.2oz of deep fried asparagus in 10 minutes. Yikes! The Crumbs house hasn’t eaten THAT much asparagus, but we also aren’t deep frying the green goodness… maybe if there’s a category for brownedClick to Continue »