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How to Make a Perfect Caramel Flan | The Good Hearted Woman

Meet Flan – Custard’s Sweet, Sexy Latin Cousin {Recipe}

Growing up, my mother’s baked custard – a simple mixture of eggs, sugar and milk – made me feel loved in a way few things could. I remember watching her carefully slide the big aluminum pan of hot water into the oven, then gently place the glass dish of custard mix into it and shut the […]

How to Make Toast, and other important recipes |The Good Hearted Woman

Kitchen Mastery 101: Ramen & Beyond

My oldest daughter writes a beautiful blog called Homemade Toast. You may have stumbled into it a year or so ago when her Water Blob post went viral. (Thanks, Ashton!) Anyway, the reason I bring it up is because her blog was … [Read More...]

TOAST 2015 - The Original Artisan Spirits Tasting

A TOAST to Portland’s Artisan Distillers

A few weeks ago, Renée and I had the opportunity to attend the fifth annual Portland TOAST, an annual artisan spirits tasting hosted by the Oregon Distillers' Guild and the Oregon Distillery Trail. A gathering of over 40 … [Read More...]

Skinny Cincinnati {Skyline} Chili | The Good Hearted Woman

Skinny {Skyline} Chili Boats

The closest I've ever gotten to Cincinnati is watching WKRP as a kid, but it was love at first bite as far as their chili is concerned. Cincinnati Chili (in my admittedly limited experience) is basically a mild chili … [Read More...]

Garlic-Almond Spaghetti Squash | The Good Hearted Woman

Garlic-Almond Spaghetti Squash {Recipe}

Ever wonder where food bloggers get their inspiration? Seven times out of ten, it's from other food bloggers! (Totally made that statistic up, btw! But you get the point.) Last fall I found a recipe for Garlic … [Read More...]

Eggs Provençal a la Renée | The Good Hearted Woman

Eggs Provençal a la Renée

As promised in yesterday's edition of  "Brunching with Bloggers," here is my version of La Provence's Eggs Provençal. The prep vs. outcome for this dish is exceedingly low: just 10-15 minutes of mild effort will reward you … [Read More...]