A round up of 24 delicious hot sandwiches, including beef, poultry, and vegetarian recipes!
Another month gone, another blog series complete! This month the theme was Hot Sandwiches, and it was a delicious, fantastic, and incredibly frustrating-to-photograph 30 days! After all the fighting I did trying to take pictures of these things, I can’t say I’m sad to say goodbye to this series, but I am pretty pleased with the tastiness of the recipes I got to share on the blog. Continue Reading
Quick weeknight panini with chipotle aioli, crunchy red onions, sliced turkey, melty cheese, and avocado.
The last hot sandwich in our April Hot Sandwich series is brought to you by the California drought.
A few years ago, my favorite sandwich in all the world was this amazing cheesy, melty, messy chipotle panino sold at a tiny artisan deli located near my boarding barn on the Kern river. The deli catered to trail riders, the people who worked in the surrounding orange groves, and mostly, whitewater rafters who began and ended their rafting trips at the little building.
I don’t buy a lot of deli sandwiches. For one, they’re expensive, and for another, they are usually way too heavy for me fathom eating at lunch. This sandwich was both of those things, but so good, I didn’t care. And then the drought came, the river and rafting customers dried up, and the deli went out of business, taking my favorite sandwich along with it.
Until now. Continue Reading
Classic Tres Leches Cupcakes with a boozy Kahlua twist. An easy and delicious recipe just in time for Cinco de Mayo.
Last month, I bought a bottle of Kahlua for a recipe and as I was “taste testing” it, I was overcome with the sudden urge to add some Kahlua deliciousness to everything. So fair warning, there are a few Kahlua recipes coming up in the next couple months. Might want to stock up now.
To start, allow me to introduce Kahlua Tres Leches Cupcakes. Continue Reading
Six of my favorite (non food-related) podcasts to cook to.
I had a recipe planned for today, but after much fiddling, the thing never quite came together. So rather than share a sub-par recipe on the blog, I’m writing about something else I love, podcasts!
I’m a total podcast and audio book junkie. I listen to them while I work out, while I drive, and thanks so a handy dandy water resistant bluetooth speaker (best Christmas present ever!), I even listen to them in the shower! Since I started Baking Mischief, I spend MANY more hours in the kitchen than I used to, so it was only natural that audio books (more on those another time) and podcasts would become one of my favorite ways to pass the time there too. Continue Reading