Good Morning, Noms! -Nov.1

November 1, 2012 — Leave a comment

The candy has been sorted, the children have been peeled from the walls and put into bed. People who purchased precisely the right number of bags of Milky Ways are smugly going about their toilette, and the noms roll on.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts from KQED

Click the image to go to the recipe.

Some of us have candy hangovers, some are still just hungover from Portland Cocktail Week

Portland Monthly reminds you what happened during that spirited week.

That pun works on so many levels.

Debenhams strikes back against fancy names

Eater brings news that Debenhams shoppers – who must surely be older? – can now order coffee, tea, and cocoa in plain English. I’m not sure if this is witty, xenophobic, or prone to hilarious consequences:

I’d like a really, really milky coffee with an additional, er, well, with twice the coffee one might normally put in and a…light splash of vanilla syrup.

Well done, Debenhams. You cracked the code.

This has to be one of the coolest things I’ve seen

Darren Joffe of Farmer D Organics has some tips at Williams Sonoma for gardening up instead of across. For folks who live in condos or with limited outdoor space, vertical gardening is a solution to creating fresh ingredients in minimal space. And the little chalkboard herb garden is just freaking adorable.

BONUS TIP: They’ve also got a great tip for those three-inch mesh tea infusers.

I don’t feel like too much of a brand whore most of the time, but I confess that I love me some Williams Sonoma. I wouldn’t be nearly the cook I was without their books in the early days.

Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pine Nuts and Parmesan

There are no words. From KQED’s Bay Area Bites.

New theme!

I got tired of fighting with the antiquated JQuery of the pretty wallpaper one, so here we are with Standard.

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