I saw a recipe for sour cream cheddar and chives drop biscuits on Pinterest and thought that they sounded delicious. The recipe was put up by She Wears Many Hats, and it seemed simple enough. I actually thought I had bought a crumbly goat cheese a while ago, and wanted to add it to these biscuits. Obviously, I needed to revise the original recipe just a bit.
Turns out that I had bought a soft cheese instead, so no cheese for me. I did have green onions and decided to dice them up and add them to the batter. They give a nice savory flavor and the biscuits are perfect straight out of the oven topped with honey!
I recommend eating these biscuits as fresh as possible. If you do have leftovers, I recommend reheating them in a toaster oven. Eating them cold isn’t very satisfying and they get a bit limp when put in the microwave. This is probably one of the few times where leftovers aren’t better.
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You guys…I went a little crazy last time I was in a Korean market. I love Korean hot pepper paste and thought I would totally be able to eat my way through one of the bigger tubs…..so I bought 2kgs of gochujan (which is about 4.5lbs). Yeah, that baby’s going to be around for a while. I think we might’ve made a dent in it by now.
I will say this, you don’t even need to know anything about Korean food to use this. Just put it over veggies and meat and you’re all set. You just need to like spice because it is most certainly spicy. They sometimes have numbers on them, and unless you’re very very brave I suggest not getting anything higher than a 3. Usually I get a 2, but this tub is a 3 (of course they were out of 2s).
We added a little bit of sesame oil to give it a bit of extra flavor. This is a great quick meal, and I think we’ll be making it more often from now on. It’s also super easy to make vegan. You can either eliminate the sausage all together or sub in some tofu.Add a comment
Eggs are one of my favorite breakfast items. They are just so satisfying in the morning and you can smother them in hot sauce. I prefer hot sauce to sweet in the morning (though I’ll never turn down a pancake or French toast made by a certain someone!). While I usually prefer my eggs sunny side up, I can be persuaded to have scrambled if they’re in the form of a breakfast burrito!
These burritos are a great way to wake up in the morning. They’re quick and have veggies, so it’s like a win win all around. You can add your favorite veggies, but we bought a mix of sliced green bell pepper, red bell pepper, and onion. Normally, I’d never buy pre sliced veggies, but did I mention that we’ve been under the weather lately. While we’re getting back to normal now, at the time slicing things didn’t seem like such a good idea. I was all for paying someone else to do that for me.
We also added a blend of shredded cheese….though if I had some feta in the house, I might’ve added that. Top it all off with a spicy salsa and I’m set for the day. We bought these tortillas from Costco that you have to cook yourself. They’re delicious, but I didn’t factor in the time it took to cook those since I’m assuming most people buy cooked tortillas. I’m telling you though, if you can find Tortilla Land brand, it’s worth the bit of extra time. There is almost nothing better than a fresh tortilla. Except for fresh eggs wrapped in a warm tortilla. Life is good!
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We’re just a few weeks into fall and I’ve already caught a cold. Luckily for me my boyfriend makes the best Hot Toddy (must be that Irish blood in him). The combination of lemon, honey, and whiskey is so soothing when you’re under the weather. The honey for sweetness, the lemon is for vitamin C, and the whiskey is to numb the pain. This combined with my mom’s chicken soup is the perfect way to battle the seasonal cold.
I know most Hot Toddies have water in them, but that’s just too much liquid for me. This makes up about half a mug. More than that, and I find myself not finishing it. I’ll have to tackle my mom’s chicken soup some time. She’s got access to whole chickens (my dad raises them every couple of years), and I should probably pick one up next time I visit her.
Next time your throat starts to get a little scratchy, whip this up real quick. I mean, you don’t need to be sick to drink this, but it’s a good excuse!Add a comment
So…I believe it’s finally fall outside you guys. I tried to deny it. I even keep wearing my flip flops, but it’s definitely not summer when you’re in flip flops and a sweater. While I’m sad that summer is over (it’s too short!), I do love fall. I love cider mills and the leaves changing and most importantly of all Halloween! It’s one of our favorite holidays around here. We used to throw a huge costume party every year.
I’m excited that I’ll finally be able to hand out treats this year! That means I have an excuse to dress up!! Which is all I really want to do, but it’s just not the same when you’re sitting around the house. I decided to try and make some sugar cookies this year for Halloween. The last time I “made” sugar cookies was when I was only in charge of cookie cutters and sprinkles…and we were making them for Santa. I’m almost 30 now...so…you can see how long it’s been. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever made a batch of sugar cookies from scratch by myself.
At first I was all excited to use the recipe we made as kids! But then I looked at the ingredient list and it called for shortening. I’ve been trying to stay away from that, so we don’t have any in the house. Luckily, I just got a library card and have been checking out books left and right! Bren thinks I went a little crazy, but they’re free books! How can you not get excited?!? Anyways, one of the books I borrowed is the King Arthur Flour Cookie Companion cookbook. This book is massive and awesome! I think I may end up getting my own copy one of these days. They have 3 to 4 different types of sugar cookies. It was almost hard to pick one out.
I decided to go with their special sugar cookie. It looked simple and I liked the ingredient list. You should definitely check out the King Arthur Flour cookbooks when you can. They really know their stuff when it comes to baking. This post isn’t sponsored by them at all, but if they saw this and wanted to send me a cookbook or two I wouldn’t say no. Hello King Arthur Flour people! Are you listening to me?! No? Oh well, I hope you enjoy these cookies as much as we did!
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Hi! I’m Alexis, a 20 something college grad from the Midwest. I began to step into the kitchen when I wanted to learn how to make Korean food, and noticed that dishes which looked complicated turned out to be simple to put together (most of the time!). It’s also easier on my wallet, which is always an extra bonus. Thank you for visiting!