Friday, March 13, 2009

Foodie



This blog is like a box of chocolates...you never know what you're gonna get. Today I'm feeling inspired to dish about yumminess.

Jen just did a guest post over at Kimba's and if any of you ever struggle with what or how to feed your family, you should check it out. I heart both of their blogs.

And when I posted a comment there, I commented under Emily (who I also love) who referred folks to Kendra, who has a fab food blog and is doing a survey (complete with a giveaway.)

Confused? Don't be. Go here for great meal tips and here to do a quick survey and maybe win something. And even if you don't win, you've found a great food blog

So, in the spirit of yum, I made a chocolate torte last night. And I'm giving you the recipe so you can go make it. Now. Go to the store right now. Get the ingredients and whip it up. I don't care if you have to haul all your young 'uns with you to the Super Wal-Mart and they ask for sugared cereal and toys and hit each other and cry and you have to then scream at them in Wal-Mart mom voice and tell them you're gonna beat them when you get home. 

This torte is that good. You will love me for giving you this recipe and you will read my blog forever.

If you are having a bad day, go make this torte. Your troubles will disappear. If you are having a great day, go make this torte and your day will be all the more celebratory. 

My friend, MB (love her), has made this torte and shared it with me not once, but twice. That's how much she loves me. I just helped her do some window mistreatments in her kitchen and bedroom and she paid me in torte. Which is roughly equal to one million dollars.

Go here to get the recipe off the Pillsbury site.

And if you make this torte, please comment and tell me how it's changed your life.

Bon appetit!

9 comments:

  1. You're too funny. I am not changing out of my comfy sweats to go make said torte, but I will look at the recipe for later and make some brownies instead. YUM. Must have chocolate tonight! I'd just rather not leave my sweats. They shrunk the first time I washed them, so they are not remotely public appearing sweat pants.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I cannot wait to make this torte. I cannot wait for this torte to solve all of my earthly problems. And I am so excited that I finally have a reason to use the word 'torte'.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Oh my goodness have you clicked on the links at the nester today. LOVE THEM!!!
    julie
    www.homeschoolblogger.com/juliestew

    ReplyDelete
  4. I'm thinkin' I will read your blog forever, even if I don't make that torte! But I will check out the recipe, after I dig myself out from this pile of Girl Scout cookies.

    ReplyDelete
  5. oh, you are too funny!! Nope, I wasn't confused one bit...good thing I know all the "heres". :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. If you ever have that feeling that your blogging in vain, remember that one often frazzled and exhausted Mom always gets a good laugh and a smile when she reads your posts!

    ReplyDelete
  7. That torte looks dangerous. It looks like it will interfere with weight-loss intentions... I'll save the recipe for another season. ; )

    Thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  8. yep sunless tan great stuff!!!

    ReplyDelete

Share your thoughts?

LinkWithin

Blog Widget by LinkWithin