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layout overhaul!

So, you may have noticed that things keep changing in foodgeek-land. The foodie decided that he wasn’t happy with the look and feel of our old theme, so he started browsing for some other theme options. After a few tries we settled on this one, because we liked the extra edge room of three columns, [Continue]

goat cheese and beet tortelloni

goat cheese and beet tortelloni

I haven’t quite gotten the hang of this whole blogging regularly thing, and have not been keeping up on my part of the writing! I have, however, continued to get to eat a variety of wonderful creations that the foodie has made. One of these a few weeks ago was Goat Cheese and Beet Tortelloni. [Continue]

cookies!

cookies!

Last week Jef (aka the geek) made the very rich Sarah Bernhardt pastries which he posted about. Something that was not mentioned there was that the almond macaroons that make the base of the pastry are wonderful cookies in their own right. I happen to be an enormous fan of anything flavored with almonds, so [Continue]

The Flavor of Thailand

The Flavor of Thailand

There are few things in the world that I find more pleasant than snuggling up with the dog on the couch while delicious food creations are conjured in the kitchen, filling the house with wonderful scents. I had the pleasure of that experience the other night while Jef created this Thai curry soup. He used [Continue]

And so it begins

And so it begins

Such a fitting start, the beautiful French macaron: two smooth and delicate meringue-like rounds flavored however the chef pleases, usually made in some beautiful pastel color that reflects the flavor, and sandwiched with some wonderful, complementary flavored filling between. They are generally made either as standard three inch rounds or small [Continue]

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