Monthly Archives: March 2010

>No-fail Popovers!

> I adore popovers — the crunchy, sturdy bottom with the oh-so-delicate and fluffy top. Biting into it presents the most flavorful, savory custard of egg goodness. I went to an English pub for dinner the other night, and I … Continue reading

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>Simple and Delicious Pizza Sauce

> Why buy expensive jars or cans of pizza sauce when you can (very easily) make your own homemade? This recipe is not only uncomplicated, it whips up in minutes, and is no-cook, no-fuss. This sauce is made with pantry … Continue reading

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>Advice for Writing

> http://www.nataliedee.com/archives/2010/Jan/ My blog has taken a melancholy tone of late, and I intend to remedy that with more cheerful posts soon. I’m attempting several writing projects at the moment, trying new things with writing and new styles. It makes … Continue reading

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>Easy Pizza Dough

> Pizza is one of my favorite foods — it’s inexpensive, easy, and incredibly versatile. It’s a great party food: you can load it up with any assortment of toppings to please anyone’s preferences. While I love delivery and adore … Continue reading

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>Q & A — Answers and Tips, part 1 — flour substitute tricks, slicing, and storage

>Ask The Bread Stop! I will do my best to answer all questions from readers in a timely manner!  Q: Self-rising flour – a necessity? Or do you have a substitution available? I have a very limited storage space, and … Continue reading

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>Konos!

> And we go from the expensive to the ultra cheap. Seriously, Konos prides themselves on a cheap, big breakfast. They deliver on both counts, and it’s pretty tasty! Located in Pacific Beach right on the boardwalk, it can become very … Continue reading

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>Country Buttermilk Biscuits

> I know, I know! More biscuits? I promise this recipe is easier than the previous recipe — it only has three ingredients! These biscuits are a bit more sturdy, however; they’re not rock-solid or anything, but are more like … Continue reading

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>Avenue 5

> Since moving to San Diego, Avenue 5 is quickly becoming one of my favorite restaurants. I’ve been there a couple of times for lunch and dinner, as well as their incredibly priced happy hour (with a bar menu with … Continue reading

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>Chocolat

>I’m going to begin this blog the right way, and start with dessert. Chocolat is a local chain here in SD, where the special is — you guessed it — chocolate and all that goes with it!  Chocolat specializes in … Continue reading

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>Introduction

>After vacationing here a few times, I realized that I really love San Diego. So I moved here! Well, that and some other factors. I’ve been having lots of fun discovering new restaurants here, and I love to write, so … Continue reading

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