as well as
Cake Boss, Iron Chef, Ace of Cakes, Hungry Girl,
(On a side note, I used to babysit Kat -from WC in A - when I was a teenager).
I was introduced through those shows to a whole new world of food that I never knew existed, one that involves creativity and technique.
So why is it that I am now craving me some Spinach Dip, from a recipe that involves only 3 items:
I really need to be a little more adventurous.
So, here's my NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION #2:
try to make and bake new foods.
If you know my family, you know that my husband won't eat anything unless he really likes it. And if he won't eat it, he won't make the kids eat it either. And I was raised to clean your plate, no matter what. It's been a struggle to do any kind of experimenting at all
But I am determined. I can do it. I am tired of the same 12 recipes recycled over and over again. Really. Any recipes I have already shared here are from that lame repertoire. Don't get me wrong. They're pretty good dishes. It's just the sheer lack of quantity that's lame.
So, at the risk of being embarrassed by the lack of participation, here is my request::
If you have a link to a favorite recipe, leave it in a comment. If you know of any great recipe blogs, leave the link. Or, if you so feel inclined, leave the recipe itself.
And please take Note: My hubby's biggest food adversion is carrots (or is it are carrots? I don't know)
And when I make a dish from a recipe you leave or from the link you share, I will post about it and give you credit and link back to your blog.
Maybe that'll be a little extra motivation for me to be food-venturous.
Heaven knows I need all the motivation I can get!
(If you are reading this via Facebook, my blog address is: careysgang.blogspot.com. You can leave your recipe in a comment there. And leave your blog link there too, if you have one. Thanks!)