The Rowdy Chowgirl

The Rowdy Chowgirl

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563 weeks ago @ Eating, Gardening & Li... - Let's Celebrate Americ... · 1 reply · +1 points

What a fascinating bunch of posts! So interesting to see the commonalities and differences between all of them.

563 weeks ago @ Eating, Gardening & Li... - S'mores: America Day 2010 · 1 reply · +1 points

Casey-you hit on the ultimate American camping food. Who amongt us hasn't enjoyed making ourselves sick on smores at least once?

565 weeks ago @ Eating, Gardening & Li... - Healthy Living Shop: L... · 1 reply · +1 points

What a cute little store! And so glad you were able to save the situation with your car, movie-style!

566 weeks ago @ 5 Star Foodie Culinary... - Poppy Seed Slices · 0 replies · +1 points

Hooray! I'm so glad you were able to replicate your Grandma's recipe. There's just nothing like those desserts we remember Grandma making, even if they were actually fairly simple. The secret ingredient is love!

566 weeks ago @ Eating, Gardening & Li... - Let's Celebrate Portug... · 1 reply · +1 points

So many great Portuguese recipes! It was great fun, and I will definitely participate in the American Cuisine event.

566 weeks ago @ http://rotinrice.blogs... - Caldo Verde - Portugue... · 1 reply · +1 points

Hi there, Portugal Day Buddy--your soup looks wonderful. I love linguica, and really love kale...perfect!

566 weeks ago @ 5 Star Foodie Culinary... - Aletria: Portuguese V... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi there, fellow Portugal Day blogger! This is such an interesting recipe. I've got some Spanish fideos, which are really thin, vermicelli type noodles. I think those would work really well in this dessert.

566 weeks ago @ Eating, Gardening & Li... - Carne de Vinha d'Alhos... · 1 reply · +1 points

Oh, that looks so rich and delicious! Our spring weather in Seattle is so cold that I'm still making "winter" food.

567 weeks ago @ Eating, Gardening & Li... - Homemade Bulgarian Yog... · 0 replies · +1 points

I've been making my own yogurt for a few months now, and I started out using a heating pad on low. It worked just fine, but I did end up buying a yogurt maker, which I think maintains a more even temperature. I make a batch every week now. Yum!

567 weeks ago @ Eating, Gardening & Li... - Portugal Day - Calling... · 1 reply · +1 points

Awesome! I'm in!