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Mini Bluberry Muffins

Made these babies again today.


In my fabulous mini muffin tray. MMMM. 


I love that I can just use these silicon pans without prep -- no liners, no buttering each cup. And they make perfect teeny muffins that even the dieting ladies at my office will eat. That's what I call a win/win.

Non-related, this place has been devoid of photos for the last few months due to my fabulous new computer. Leopard broke my ancient copy of Photoshop. And though I tried to find a free or chea or lite photo app, I ended up not taking pictures out of annoyance at not being able to play with them the way I like to.

But last week, I gave in and bought Adobe Photoshop CS4 . And I love it. Worth every penny.

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market Tapas Classes

CUESA, Dacor, and Parties That Cook just announced a series of hands-on cooking classes in their teaching kitchen. The two-hour classes will focus on "tapas with a California and international flair." Recipes include: Crostini of Roasted Asparagus Prosciutto and Teleme Cheese, Fava Bean and Sweet Pea Hummus, and Sweet Pea Galettes with Bacon and Sour Cream.

Wednesday nights this spring (April 1, April 15, April 29, May 6, and May 27).

Classes are $45 per person including 2 glasses of BR Cohn wine.  

Nilla Wafer Pudding

It has already been established within these pixels that I do love white trash 70s food. It is the comfort food my mom made while I was growing up, so I can't help it.

Tonight, I'm making Nilla Wafer pudding.


1 box Nilla Wafers
1 box instant vanilla pudding
2 cups milk for the pudding
2 bananas

Make pudding. Line small round dishes with Nilla wafers on sides and bottom. Slice rounds of bananas and cover the bottom layer of Nilla wafers with them. Pour 1/3 of the pudding over the top. Make a layer of Nilla Wafers on top of that, then bananas, then pudding, repeat again.

Pop into a 350 degree oven and heat until warm throughout (15-20 min). Enjoy the leftovers for breakfast tomorrow.