The Internet Kitchen – Eugene!

Betsy and I are headed off to Eugene, Oregon this weekend for the wedding of two close friends. I’ve never been to Eugene so I’m excited to check out what the scene is like there.

Based on photos I’ve seen, I think it’ll be right up my alley. At a minimum I think the weather will be nice and I’m sure we will eat and drink well. The two friends getting married are the same friends we went to Peru with last year so we are excited to share the big day with them!

No poll this week because I’m traveling over the weekend!

The Links

All About Eggs – The egg is sometimes the blessing or the curse of my kitchen, depending on the day. This is part one in what I think will be a great, and super-helpful, series. (@ Former Chef)

Radish Panzanella – This is one of my favorite ways to use leftover bread, especially this time of year when veggies are fresh and readily available. I usually keep it simple, but I’ve never used radishes in it before. Looks great! (@ Food Loves Writing)

Buckeye State Ice Cream – This is a wonderful, heartfelt article and also one good ice cream recipe. It looks like the kind of ice cream you would find in a fancy ice cream parlor, but now you can make it at home! (@ Turntable Kitchen)

Banana and Pearl Sugar Waffles – Even though they are a bit more work, I usually prefer waffles to pancakes. These look just perfect to me. I love the crags around the edges. (@ Oh Lady Cakes)

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2 comments on “The Internet Kitchen – Eugene!

  1. I’m from Eugene! It is a great little city. There is plenty of delicious food and beer. And wine. If you have time, check out Off the Waffle for some amazing Liege waffles. Also Ninkasi Brewing makes some fantastic beer.

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