I have a lot of bacon in the house and have been sticking it in everything to use it up. I really enjoyed the popovers I made a few weeks ago. They were very airy, light and chewy. They tasted good even after they were cold. I decided to try making ones with some bacon.
Chocolate mug cakes have been on my radar for over a year now. The idea is pretty neat. You combine all the ingredients in a large mug, cook it in the microwave for a few minutes, and out comes a steaming chocolate cake. The clean up and prep time are both minimal. I think start to finish the process took me less than 10 minutes. (Some call this the five minute mug cake, but I think it’s a little more than 5 minutes. It may be five minutes if you have all the ingredients laid out, but if they are scattered about, it’s more like a less than ten minute recipe. Still ridiculously easy though.)
After our previous great dining experience at Whisknladle which you can read about here, I’ve been wanting to go back. We got a chance to recently, doing an early birthday celebration for my friend Steve.
Whisknladle’s menu offers a wide array of dishes that you won’t normally see on restaurant menus. Almost everything is made in house. Rather than separate out appetizers and main entrees, everything is listed together, allowing you the freedom to order a few dishes to split amongst your party. I tried to get a better picture of the menu by holding it up to the light, but I didn’t realize the back of the menu ended up shining through too.