Monday, September 29, 2008


Someone wanna do the deed and make this cake with me? After we eat it we can melt into a pool of butter and fat!

because sex sometimes just cant cut it.
1 package German chocolate cake mix
1 can sweetened condensed milk
2 cups hot fudge topping
1 container frozen whipped topping, thawed
4 bars chocolate covered English toffee

Bake German chocolate cake mix according to package directions.
While cake is still very warm poke holes in top of cake with the end of a wooden spoon, poor sweetened condensed milk over top. Let cake cool. Pour hot fudge topping over top of cake and let set. Spread on whipped topping and garnish with crushed Heath Bars (or toffee crumbles).

I suggest that we get rid of the condensed milk (seriously, I don't NEED a heard attack at 25) and then combine carmel topping and fudge topping and maybe use butterfingers instead of heath bars. Or some other yummy candy.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Garlic Chicken with White Wine Sauce

This looks so delicious. I want to try it as soon as I can. Does anyone want to make it with me?

Garlic Chicken with White Wine Sauce

~ Ali

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies

I made cookies tonight for my hard working friends!
They were delish!

cause you cant have enough chocolate.

1 cup buttah
3/4cup sugar
3/4cup white sugar
2 eggs
2 cups flour
1/2 cup cocoa soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 cup chocolate chips (I used mini-chocolate chips!)

Blend buttah, sugars and eggs. In another bowl, sift dry ingredients together. Mix these two things together. Add chocolate chips. Cook 9-12 minutes at 350.


Wednesday, September 17, 2008


Hannah and I made alfredo last night--pretty much my favorite food of all time.

The recipe for it is on the very first post of food blog. We altered the recipe by adding onion powder and pepper and we used macaroni noodles instead of penne.
I was invited to someones potluck this week so I cant wait to cook some more! and cookies today!!

Sunday, September 14, 2008


So, two things:

Here is what the soup actually looks like. I actually got around to making it today but I still have a ton in the freezer so I think we should totally have an edible snesations pot luck one of these days...

Also, this is my new favorite website ever:

Monday, September 8, 2008


So I'm gonna post two recipes that you can make out of one chicken! It's great!

RECIPE #1: Asian-ish Pasta With Chicken And Veggies
I've never really had a recipe for this one (someone just told me how to make it) but I'll just write it out.

Chicken (a rotisserie chicken is best but canned chicken/anything else works too.)
Spaghetti (I usually make a whole box of spaghetti which lasts me a loooong time)
A bottle of soy sauce (I use La Choy)
Veggies! Frozen or Fresh. I like to use red peppers, onions, peas, carrots, and corn. I typically use a whole bag of frozen mixed vegetables.

This makes a lot, so you can just use less of everything or get lots of tupperware ready for leftovers (it's really good cold, too!)

First, bring a pot of water to boil. Once it boils, add soy sauce to the boiling water until the water is dark brown, I usually use about half of one of the medium sized bottles. Add the pasta.

While the pasta is cooking, cut up your veggies and get as much chicken off the bones as you want and then chop it up. Mix the chicken and veggies together in a big pan with a little bit of oil and a little bit of soy sauce in the mix.

When the pasta is ready, drain it, and add it to the cooked veggies and chicken. Mix it all together and it is deeeeeeelicious!! Unfortunately, it's not the prettiest looking thing ever, but it's soooo good!

RECIPE #2: Home Made Chicken Noodle Soup

You can use the leftovers of the Rotisserie Chicken to make soup! YAY!

The Leftover rotisserie chicken (all of it, everything!)
Chicken Boullion Cubes
Salt & Pepper
A few cloves of garlic
An Onion
Carrots, Celery, or any other vegetables

So take a big pot and dump all of the leftover chicken in it, bones and all. Then fill up the pot with water at least enough to submerge the chicken. Add the onion, 3 or 4 boullion cubes, 3 or 4 cloves of garlic, and a little salt and pepper.
Put the pot on to boil and allow it to boil for about an hour. Then, skim off all the grossness and oily stuff that forms on the top. After that, turn the heat down to low and keep it on low for hours (I usually leave it over night). Then, skim it again and strain out all of the stuff so you have a pot of yummy broth and then a pot of everything else. Pull all of the good chicken that's left on the carcass (sorry its a gross word but it's all i can think of...) and add it to the broth. Then add your veggies and cook noodles and add those too. SO DELICIOUS! No pictures of this one cause I haven't finished making it yet.