From Too Many Chefs -

March 4, 2006
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Posts of the Week is getting cabin fever, and the only cure is more cowbell perusing some of the best food blog posts on the web. Here's three to enjoy.

1. Some nights you don't want to spend three hours over a hot stove preparing some fancy multi-course meal. Some nights, you just want to sit down, and have a bowl of the Easiest Soup in the WHOLE WIDE WORLD, as Stella Bites calls her escarole and tortellini concotion.

I. Maybe a slice of quiche would go with that soup? Well, if you want to learn how to make REAL Quiche, check out Papaya Pâté's post in which we learn that: quiche is a tart, not a pie; the filling is a custard, not an omelet; and quiche is not a nursery food.

A. The Cooking Diva serves up amazing food from her home base in Panama. She offers up a recipe this week to make your own Huevitos de leche, Sinful Milk Candy from Panama. I don't know about "sinful", but "scrumptious" would certainly apply.

Next week - we try to figure out why everyone had a dirty forehead this last Wednesday. Off to make a pepper and egg sandwich now...

Posted by Barrett in Maryland at March 4, 2006 9:49 AM

Thank you! Hugs from Panama :)

Posted by melissa_cookingdiva on March 6, 2006 at 1:20 PM

This blog needs more cowbell.

Posted by Bryan on March 6, 2006 at 1:40 PM

Sorry to disagree with Papaya Pate, but The Boy in Paris thinks that quiche (with anchovies, no less) IS nursery food.

Posted by Meg's MOM on March 6, 2006 at 6:28 PM