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May28

Grilled Peach and Vanilla Cake Trifle with Golden Syrup Whipped Cream

I guess you could say I have Georgia on my mind. It makes sense considering I was in Atlanta last weekend for BlogHer Food.  Now, I could use this space to discuss the actual event, but I don’t think it is necessary.  So many bloggers have posted their thoughts, Linda and Dianne for example, and I would rather share with you a craving that is directly linked to the conference.  During lunch on the first day we were served what...

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Apr28

1554 Black Ale Doughnuts with Mocha Black Ale Glaze

Who says beer can’t be for breakfast? The folks at Foodbuzz joined with the New Belgium Brewing Company to offer a group of bloggers the opportunity* to create a recipe using their fine, fine beers.  I have been a New Belgium fan for as long as I have enjoyed beer.  I even own a few New Belgium beer glasses, so getting to create a recipe with their beer was just the antidote I needed to the Pie-pocalypse of the last few weeks. ...

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Feb22

Strawberry White Chocolate Mousse Crepes

I am  a sucker for just about anything strawberry. We have reached that time of year where I start to crave all things Spring.  Knowing it it just around the corner makes me anxious for its arrival.  The weather here in Dallas is already starting to get warmer, and when things like strawberries start to become more affordable at the market, even though they are not truly in season, I find I can’t resist.  I need a little spring...

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Dec22

Boudin and Green Pepper Quiche

Breakfast for a crowd can be something of a nightmare. It is not that I dislike having people over – far from it – but when it is breakfast we are talking about it can get a little tense, especially if eggs are involved.  Cooking eggs in a manner that appeals to everyone is a tricky thing.  Some like their eggs fried with a soft yolk, others like scrambled eggs so hard they resemble rubber.  I have found only one way to...

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Nov08

Cinnamon Crepes with Spiced Pumpkin Mousse and Graham Crumble

When Casey from Tastestopping approached me about participating in the November Kitchen Play event, how could I say no? She asked me to deconstruct the classic pumpkin pie using Libby’s 100% Pure Pumpkin from Nestlé Kitchens*.  Canned pumpkin is a very versatile ingredient and is a pantry staple for me year round.  It can stand in for fat in chocolate cakes, makes a great filling for pasta, and can be transformed into all sorts...

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Nov06

Cheddar and Chive Beignets

**UPDATE**  Voting for this round begins November 15!  Check out all the entries, and vote for your favorites, here!  Thank you all again for your support!! Sometimes the hardest part is getting there. Hi, my name is Kelly and I am not a filmmaker – but I tried!  I wanted to get that out of the way since it is time for yet another Project Food Blog Challenge entry.  This week we were challenged to create a video: Channel your...

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