Friday, April 16, 2010


Spring recipes for bright and sunny days. (At least I hope it's bright and sunny where you are.)

The Arnie, a spiked Arnold Palmer concoction [via Eat Make Read]

Rieslings for spring [via Food & Wine]

Asparagus with citrus and oregano [via Saveur]

Spring lamb meatballs with mint, pine nuts, and tahini [via Pithy & Cleaver]

Many, many things to do with snap peas [via Bon Appetit]

An elegant lemon mousse cake [via Bella Eats]

And a rustic country rhubarb cake [via Wednesday Chef]

And for good measure, some cute baby lambs. Baa. [via Goldilocks Finds Manhattan]

PS: Speaking of spring, I've done a bit of cleaning to spruce things up around here. If you haven't already noticed, there are now separate pages for the recipe archive, links, What's for Dinner Q&As, and a few deets about me and this site. Please take a look around and let me know what you think. And thanks, as always, for reading.


Casey@Good. Food. Stories. said...

I've always heard that adding alcohol to an Arnold Palmer makes it a John Daly. (Anyone who is unfamiliar with golfers will not find that joke funny at all.)

Slightly related western PA trivia - if you're ever in Latrobe, PA (Arnold's hometown) and wrangle an invitation to the local country club, you can play ARNIE instead of BINGO there.

Anonymous said...

Love the photo!

Daniel said...

At the Smoke Joint in Brooklyn, they call it a Tiger Woods. Trying asking your waitress for the Tiger Woods now, and see what happens.

Lisa said...

Casey: I feel smart that I understood that golf joke.

Anony: Thank you!

Daniel: mmm...Smoke Joint.


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