First of all, oh LeQuan, how could you post something so delicious without making a super fuss out of it? I used your proportions exactly just with a substitution of low sodium veg broth for water and red wine instead of white, as I didn't have a bottle of white on hand.
Cauldron Boy snorted quite a bit while eating this and, frankly, almost howled at the moon.
And then there is The Kitchen Masochist Girl/Lady and her batik corn. Such beautiful corn it was but with no practical way to cook it in sight. To add to this minor culinary heart break, the Kitchen Masochist was suffering from a heat related skin condition...
Since I don't have access to many of the enchanting ingredients that make up her culinary repertoire, I made some hot, steamy corn for her! Here it is, Deary-canned baby corns. They're not fancy but they're edible, my lovely.
Dennis is also one of my favorite people (chefs that is) to check in on for solid delights. You all probably already know that I love his biscotti, but I have tried many of his goodies. Most recently, roasted chick peas with a cold beer, which beats salty peanuts any day!
Oh, and the lovely Girl Foodie a.k.a. Emily. She is a true foodie, indeed, with rich food that entices. Not only because of her obvious status as an incredible home cook & domestic goddess, but also b/c of her reverence for environmentally conscious produce and humanely raised meats. You just don't know how much I love and appreciate this, my Lovely.
And last, the pièce de résistance: Jenn's sinful tart that I've already eaten half of in one day. Cauldron Boy helped, but, heaven help me, I'm still thinking about having another slice with the super sweet organic, local strawberries we found at the market. Oh Jenn, this is from the underworld. I used my high fiber, low fat crust recipe but the custard is 100% inspired by you!
And here it is!
*Denise at Quickies on the dinner table also turned my cheeks rosy this week, hence my last post!*And to Greg at SippitySup, well, you really made my week! Thanks Greg...