For a Dull Saturday: Broccoli-Jack-Salsa Scramble

It’s a dreary day today. Fairly warm, but damp and dark. I spent a lot of time this morning standing in front of the refrigerator with the door open, figuring out what I wanted for breakfast. Saturday and Sunday are the only days I have enough time to have a leisurely breakfast, and to come... Continue Reading →

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Happy Holidays from Newzcook!

It's Christmas Eve and I'm gearing up to finish my New Year's cards and bake some cookies to take to my mom's for Christmas Day tomorrow. But as a Happy Holidays to everyone, I thought I'd share some easy, fun holiday recipes from past posts, including Christmas Bison Chili, Irish Whiskey Cake, Easy New Year's Eve... Continue Reading →

Let down, or left out? Try these post-election leftovers

Cheer up! Campaign promises already breaking Feeling let down or left out after the election? While putting together some delicious Cauliflower Parmesan Spinach Crepes from this week’s leftovers, I found I am feeling better about things this morning. Within 48 hours of the election, the president elect is already backing off on a number of... Continue Reading →

Thinking, Cooking, Writing and Fear

If you’ve ever wondered why my blog and Twitter handle is Newzcook, it’s because I started this blog when I was an underpaid/overworked community newspaper reporter who loved journalism and cooking on the cheap. The original full blog title was Newzcook: sharp talk/cheap meals. I think a lot when I cook, and often find metaphors... Continue Reading →

No. 16 Eggs in Purgatory

  Saturday, Dec. 19, 2009, and looks like we're toppling some snowfall records here in the Baltimore area. Could end up being in the top five worst Baltimore blizzards. What to do, besides watch it fall, bundle up, and eat comforting, warming food?   I also took the time to do some weatherizing around the house, sealing... Continue Reading →

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