I saw some Bread Pudding Cupcakes on the Imperial Sugar Website and it gave me the inspiration for today’s recipe. We will get to that in just a moment.
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But first an interview with Elana from RecipeNewZ – I was so happy that the administrator of my favorite food site agreed to answer a few questions, giving me the opportunity to tell you one of the things I do after I post a recipe here, giving you a chance to do it too whether you are a reader or a blogger – please go check this site out and if you are a blogger, I hope you will share my post so others can hear about this great lady and her food site.
Elana, Thank you for sitting down and doing this interview with me. It is my first time to interview and your first time to be interviewed, so we will hold each other’s hand virtually, getting through this together!
1. When did you open RecipeNewZ?
On May 7, 2012. We will need a Birthday cake soon :-).
Yes we do, Elana!
2. What was your vision for this creative adventure?
RecipeNewZ was meant to help people discover new recipes. It brings together home cooks and food bloggers: the bloggers share photos of their latest dishes, and RecipeNewZ publishes these photos in a gallery for easy browsing and search. So, if you love cooking and like first seeing the dish that you will be making, RecipeNewZ is a great resource with thousands of amazing recipes from hundreds of great food blogs. And if you are a food blogger, RecipeNewZ is a place where you can easily share your creations to bring new fans to your blog.
3. How has your vision changed over the time you’ve spent growing RecipeNewZ?
The main vision is still the same, helping share and find recipes. But we are paying close attention to wishes and needs of our community, and based on these, over this year we have introduced several new features such as improved recipe search, public favorites that can be shared with friends, a section where our contributors advertise their giveaways, new submission interface, etc.
4. What is the most viewed recipe/link?
Oven Baked Meatball Sandwiches by Brandie from Home Cooking Memories has been the most popular recipe so far. It has been viewed well over 100,000 times!
If you want to see which other recipes have had huge success, take a look at our All Time Popular section.
5. As you know, there are many bloggers and/or businesses who steal other’s pictures and recipes and I have read that some food sites do not seem to do enough to prevent the theft on their site, yet RecipeNewZ seems to be able to “do it right”. How do you do it?
What you are describing is a very unfortunate recent trend: many people don’t realize how hard food bloggers work on each post, and use photographs and recipes of others without proper linking and attribution, diverting visitors from the authors’ sites.
RecipeNewZ never “takes” anyone’s recipe: all the posts published on RecipeNewZ are submitted by their original authors, so there is no question of unauthorized use of someone’s materials. Also, we do not publish full recipes. The photos on RecipeNewZ link to the full recipes on their authors’ blogs. This way we are trying to promote our talented contributors, drive traffic to their sites and give credit where it is due.
6. Your Pinterest board is VERY popular (full disclosure, I am a pinner for that board) how long has it been up and please tell us the process from the moment I pin something to when an interested follower gets to the originator’s blog?
The RecipeNewZ Community board on Pinterest is a place where our community members pin some of their favorite posts from RecipeNewZ.
When you see there a recipe that you like and click on the photo, you first get to the RecipeNewZ page dedicated to that recipe, with some basic information, such as description and cooking time. One more click on the photo takes you directly to the full recipe on the author’s blog. So the distance from our Pinterest board to the recipe is only 2 clicks.
We opened this board at the end of 2012 as an experiment, and originally invited a handful of contributors. Soon more people saw this board and requested to join. If you are a RecipeNewZ contributor and want to be part of that board, you are welcome to contact us via the contact form on the site.
7. Do you have some way of determining if a post that is submitted to RecipeNewZ has not been stolen? Do you visit new submitter’s blogs?
Determining whether a post is legitimate can be a very sensitive and complicated process and there is no one simple answer for all cases. Introducing multiple verification and review steps for every submitted post could help prevent abuse, but that would also make it harder for the good guys to share their recipes. We choose to simplify as much as possible the front end user experience of registering and sharing, but it involves quite a lot of work for us on the back end. We have some automated tools in place to raise red flags, but we do try to visit new websites that join RecipeNewZ, sometimes monitor specific posts, and we also heavily rely on our community to report problems.
8. What is your favorite part of administrating RecipeNewZ?
I love food, I love to cook, so seeing all the new delicious recipes posted on RecipeNewZ is a lot of fun; I find new ideas and inspiration every day. And my most favorite part is when I actually get a chance to make one of these recipes! But there are many other things that bring a lot of happiness: having new wonderful blogs that I have never seen before join us, or alternatively seeing a blogger whose blog I have been following for years start sharing on RecipeNewZ, or hearing that our community members enjoy the site.
9. If I were a blogger and accidentally ran across your site, what advice would you give me if you were sitting next to me? What would you tell someone like me, who isn’t a professional writer or photographer but enthusiastic about blogging and submitting to your site but very nervous about it?
There is nothing to be nervous about when sharing your recipes on RecipeNewZ. We do not reject recipes, we do not criticize anyone’s work, we believe that one does not have to be a star chef or food blogger to make delicious food. If you browse the popular posts section on RecipeNewZ you will see both small and large blogs, both professional and amateur photos, and various recipe difficulty levels. It’s proof that every recipe has its target audience and deserves a chance to succeed. And this is what RecipeNewZ is all about: giving each recipe a chance to shine.
10. If I were not a blogger but someone who is interested in trying new recipes etc…what advice would you give me about your site?
Come every day and browse our gallery for new ideas. We have over a thousand food blogger contributors and hundreds of recipes added all the time to fit every diet, budget and experience level. You are guaranteed to find something that you will like! And when you do, simply click on the photo to go to the blog with the recipe. I have discovered so many amazing recipes on RecipeNewZ: indulgent, healthy, traditional, innovative, simple and sophisticated, you name it!
When you are looking for specific ideas, you can search tens of thousands of recipes in our database by keywords, categories, prep time, etc. You can also save posts that you want to keep track of as your favorites, and you can share your public favorites with your friends, if you are planning a meal together.
And if you like winning free cookbooks, kitchen appliances or supplies, gift cards and sometimes even cash, check out our giveaways section.
11. Is there anything else you would like to tell my readers?
I would like to remind people once again, how hard food bloggers work on creating all these delicious recipes, writing detailed instructions, taking photos, etc. So I would like to ask everyone to help support food bloggers: when you visit a blog and like a recipe, leave a comment, share the link. If you make the dish, return to the blog and tell the author about it – it means a lot to food bloggers to know that their work is being appreciated and valued. And spread the word about RecipeNewZ and similar communities to your foodie friends to help promote all the wonderful food bloggers who share their delicious creations for you to enjoy.
Last but not least, I would like to thank you, Kelli, for inviting me for this interview! It’s an honor to be hosted on your wonderful blog!
And now for the recipe: I don’t know exactly what to call them. At first I called them Cheesy, Bacon, Ranch muffins then Mr. Picky Eater decided to call them Drug Muffins because you have to eat them all right away and then spend time searching for more. Call them what you like, they ARE great and work well as a side dish or appetizer and you can make the appetizers either regular sized or mini depending on what works for you. We are eating these next Sunday. It is Lawyer Boy’s birthday and with it being also Cinco de Mayo I went with spicy for these but you don’t have to. One of our children has a other-people-should-never-touch-food-you-want-me-to-eat rule and that is why this recipe is so handy to make. I was having a bit of trouble deciding what to serve all the boys while I finish making our lunch next week but I’m sure this will fit the bill perfectly!
Cheesy, Bacon, Ranch muffins
I decided to make a version of The Country Cook’s Cheesy Bacon Ranch Bread. YEAH! Now that’s a recipe I can love. Since everyone, including Rocket, loves that stuff, I can make everyone their very own. Top Girl won’t get huffy if other people are touching her food, Rocket can have his very own “piece of bread” that he can pick at and slobber on for hours, and I can exercise portion control! I’m telling you, once you start eating this stuff, you cannot stop! The other plus is that if I make the bread chunks smaller and use a mini-muffin pan, these would be great individual appetizers too. Lucky for me this is easy as pie to make.
3 Cups cubed French bread
2 cups shredded cheese (whatever kind your want)
1 cup Butter
2 Tablespoons dry Ranch dressing powder
½ Cup Parmesan cheese
1 Cup cooked and chopped bacon
1 finely diced, seeded and deveined jalapeno pepper (Optional)
Pre-heat oven to 350 F
Put liners in pans
Mix up the melted butter and ranch dressing, then pour over bread cubes and mix very well.
In a separate bowl, mix up the bacon, diced jalapeno and Parmesan cheese.
Mix it all together.
You can fill mini muffin tins with liners, add one cube of bread and the toppings for appetizers:
using your hands or a scoop fill the liners (or just spray muffin pans with non-stick spray and put them right in)
Bake for about 15 minutes and you are done!
Look at all that ooey gooey yumminess – it’s finger-lickin’-good! They are crispier than if you heat up the bread intact but I like it that way too and so does everyone else. And now for the winner of the brownie pan giveaway. The lucky winner has 24 hours – Monday 5:00 PM CDT – to send me an email on Facebook with address information or I will pick another winner.
****The Foodie Stuntman is the winner******
Finally, the next giveaway: Real Le Creuset! Yep, it’s the real thing, purchased with my very own money – no one gave it to me free or at a discount. It only came in red and decided after talking to some of my blogger friends that it was okay to risk it because after all, it IS Le Creuset!
Here is the link to the actual set . As you can see, I paid $85. I would show you the receipt but then my daughter would see her birthday present because it is listed right beside it! If you would like to win this prize, please post a comment below telling me if you have any Le Creuset and whether you do or don’t what would you LOVE to have and in what color! I would love it if you told me what you think of the recipe as well. Good Luck! ***Oops! I forgot to tell you that the giveaway ends and will be drawn Sunday afternoon May 5 @ 3:00 PM CDT****
I am new to Le Creuset (and at 70+ that is something else). I have a small French oven and a frying pan. Both are in Marine Blue. But when I get the next piece, I am pretty sure it will be in whichever color is on sale. I do like the blue, but their other colors are fantastic.
Your mini muffin looked good enough to eat. And I am not supposed to eat much bread.
I always thought it would be a great to have Le Creuset that would be a different color for every single piece! But now, while I have a dutch oven in dark blue, I’m not sure another piece other than the ceramics would be something I could lift for many more years. However, this piece is not all that heavy and I LOVE the silicone spatulas etc..
Sarah Reid, CNP (@jo_jo_ba)
I would LOVE to have 7 1/4 Qt round Dutch Oven in Flame! Especially since my mom killed the enamel on my knockoff version (which of course has no warranty)
Oh dear! Uh, thanks mom! 🙂 They have such beautiful colors, don’t they?
Joan@Chocolate and More
Great interview Kelly. So nice to get to meet Elana. You already know how I feel about Recipenewz. It’s a wonderful site and always in my top ten for referrals to my site.
Your cheesy bacon Ranch muffins sound wonderful no matter what you call them!
Thanks Joan! I hope lots and lots of people see the interview and post their recipes as well. I hope you feel you have the time to click on the link to become a pinner – It’s a fun thing! I’ve already told Elana you are one of her biggest supporters!
Choc Chip Uru
This interview was fantastic, nice to meet Elana 🙂
I loves your recipe today as well it looks so sunny and tasty!
Choc Chip Uru
Thanks CCU – and it can be made without bacon just for you but………for your brother……..he would want bacon!
I don’t own Le Creuset, but I would like to own something like the Le Creuset Classic Oval Skillet in red. I love the red and it would match most of our other kitchen items. The recipe looks great and my kids would love it since they enjoy recipes in little bowls & cups.
You comment made me smile! First, my middle initial is D and when my mom was mad – I got the first name and middle initial! Second, my husband says I have a “thing” for little bowls and cups too – good luck!
Carolina Chirichella Brody
I have a 7 1/4 Qt round Dutch Oven in Flame and I love it, so any new products from Le Creuset would be most welcome!! And your Bacon Ranch Bread….OH MY GOSH!! So yummy, of course, anything with bacon is incredible, but you brought it to the next level!
Thank you so much for dropping by! Lots of people have the flame it seems – I think it most likely Le Creuset’s most popular color because they only had this little crock in red. Bacon is my friend too! 🙂 Good luck!
The Renegade Seamstress
My Ruggedly Handsome Contractor Husband would LOVE LOVE LOVE these! As I mentioned before, I’m sure, he really wishes I had a food blog so he could reap the benefits! I don’t have any Le Creuset in my kitchen. Would love some, though.
Have a great week!
My husband loved ’em so you must try them soon! Good luck!
Ok, I’m going to assume that you mix the shredded cheese in when you mix in the Parmesan cheese. These look yummy, Kelli. Can’t wait to try them. We l-o-v-e bacon in any shape or form. We eat it for breakfast, lunch, dinner and in between. The price has gotten so high that when it goes on sale we buy several pounds; right now I think we have about 12 pounds worth in the freezer! Want to make sure we have plenty when those fresh ripe tomatoes start coming around!
I am ashamed to admit that I do not have any LeCreuset at all. 🙁 My daughter and her husband do, though, and I believe theirs is all flame.
Yep! We do the same thing – buy it when it’s on sale and then freeze it. Yes, you mix the shredded cheese in with all the rest!
I don’t have any Le Creuset, but I’ve always lusted after their gorgeous cast iron Dutch ovens. I don’t have spatulas like those, but I have always wanted one. They are so much better for getting every last drop out of the batter!
I got myself a set of these when I bought the giveaway one and I’m telling you – these are incredible! I love them and that brush for melted butter is great and when done? Just throw it in the dishwasher. Thank you for dropping by and hope you come again – good luck!
I have a brush made of what appears to be pitbull fur, and I don’t think it’s possible to get it clean once it’s been used. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!
Hey! Did I send that one to you? Nope, I threw it away – but until recently I had one just like yours! : ) Good luck!
I do have a orange LeCreuset skillet that I love! I would also love a stock pot in Caribean
Oohhh – Caribbean. I LOVE that color!
Fun post!! It was so fun seeing the mention of my oven baked meatball sandwiches! LOL and your drug muffins look awesome! As for the Le Creuset giveaway, I’m a wannabe Le Creuset (anything) owner. I don’t own a single thing that is Le Creuset.One of these days!
Thank you! And thank you also for dropping by – please come again. I only have the big Dutch oven for soups, stews and roasts – I love it but one day soon it will have to go to my daughter because I think it weighs 50 pounds! I have made your meatball sandwiches and they were great. I can see why you have the most popular blog post on RecipeNewZ! Good luck!
Just shared this over at Sunday Supper Movement’s Facebook page since Brandie is a member. Great interview with Elana! I have several Le Creuset pieces in either both red and blue so I definitely think this set should be mine! Thank you kindly.
Thanks so much for sharing! I really appreciate it. The more the word gets out about RecipeNewZ the better, I want as many people as we can find to have a chance to win the crock and utensils and the recipe turned out really well! Good Luck Stacy!
I have Le Creuset knockoffs from of all place IKEA and love it. Would be thrilled to add some real Le Creuset stuff to my kitchen. Love that you can’t show the receipt because you daughters present is on there….that means you daughter looks at your blog that is so cool.
Thank you do much for dropping by and please come again – yes, my daughter reads my blog all the time, in fact, if it weren’t for her I wouldn’t have a blog! She read this one several times because I wanted a few things on there that I wasn’t sure how to do – I’m creative and she’s a computer geek! 🙂 Good luck!
What an awesome idea!! I love that!! You are so creative. I need to make those. Thank you for the shout out Kelli!
You are welcome! I’m glad you like it – I will be posting on PLW Friday morning. I’ve been gone 2 weeks, it’s time to get back into the swing. I’m so happy you have given me a recipe that I have been able to use successfully in several different ways!
I would love to win this red set! I do not own any Le Creuset items and always wished for them!
I sure wish you luck! Since you don’t own any, then this will be the first and it can dictate the colors you choose! Thank you for dropping by and please come by again. KK
1. I LOOOVE Recipenewz! I upload there and get so many hits from it! I follow them on Pinterest, too, so I’m always finding AWESOME new recipes!
2. Those bread bites look delicious! I want to eat some right now, haha.
3. I really want to win the bakeware set, but I’d be down for this one, haha.
You are so funny! I surely wish you luck!
Sherri @The Well Floured Kitchen
Sadly, I don’t own any Le Creuset. I love the colors of their pieces, I just think of all the photos I could take…
Thank you for dropping by and please come by again. Good luck!
I don’t own any Le Creuset but would love to try it. I love the vibrant colors. One of the reasons I’d always stayed away from it in the past is because of the weight of the pots and pans when they’re empty, but I know that it’s supposed to be amazing cookware so it might be time to give in! As for the recipe above, it looks and sounds AWESOME. I’m totally going to try it! What’s there not to like in it? Plus individual? Perfect!
Thank you so much Amy – good luck! And, the weight is a little tough but I swear you can tell the difference in how things cook!
Your recipe sounds yummy! I’ve added to my (too long) list of dishes to try. Thank you for this generous giveaway (and you’ll have to tell us at some point what you bought for your daughter, i am curious!) …I have had my eye on this set for quite some time. Gorgeous!
I will tell on my very first post after Flag Day! Our oldest and Youngest were both born that day! 🙂
now at home mom
This was a fun post Kelli, truly enjoyed it! 🙂 these drug muffins look delicious! 🙂
Thank you and they were a snap to put together!
katherine d from give peas a chance
eek I think the red is awesome! I would love to win!(saw you on a blog hop)
Great! I’m so glad you came by and good luck! Please come again soon!
Cindy @Hun... What's for Dinner?
These looks awesome!! Thanks for sharing at Simple Supper Tuesday!
Thank you for the invitation! I always enjoy it!
Cindy @Hun... What's for Dinner?
I’ve been drooling over LeCreuset for ages, but unfortunately, it isn’t in the budget, LOL
I know but this is a little Le Creuset for the kitchen!
I do not have any Le Creuset (cries). I would love a dutch oven, in red. This recipe looks awesome, I am seriously going to try this (without jalapenos).
The dutch oven is incredible – there’s just no comparison to regular pots! Before I got this idea to make individual ones, I made a couple of different versions of the bread and the one my daughter (doesn’t like hot peppers) liked best was one having mild banana peppers in it. There is a zing to that one – very good! : ) Let me know how you like it if you make it! Good luck!
I don’t have any Le Creuset but I would so love to!! They rock and in red especially – sort of a Ferrari color. I really love your blog. Moving to a new place and hoping for some new kitchen goodies from the kitchen fairy maybe 😉 . I need to get back to cooking. I was a lunch chef at a hot springs resort and I really miss those days. Maybe I will even revamp my blog to include my recipes.
Thank you for dropping by and thank you as well for the kind words! Moving is such a hard thing with all the packing and sorting etc… not my cup of tea even when I WANT to move! Hot Springs is so much fun. We used to go there all the time when I was a kid. There was a place called Hamilton’s (I think) and we could take our boat and dock under the place then walk up to eat some great food! I wonder if it’s still there? Good luck!!
Right now I do not have any LeCreuset. My dream kitchen consists of a blend of colors of LeCreuset. I love the red, flame and the variety of blues. Oh, but then the purple color…oh love them all!
I think the recipe sounds good but I would make a few changes if I made them based on dietary components such as changing the french bread to sourdough or gluten free bread.
I would love to hear how the sourdough or gluten free bread turns out in the recipe if you make it – I think it is a very versatile recipe and believe it would do well! Thanks for dropping by and please come by again! Good luck!
What a nice blog..and this recipe sounds delicious!I bet it would be a big hit at my house.I don’t own any LeCreuset ..yet.My fiance’ and I are just “setting up housekeeping” so I am adding some to my wish list.I love the Cherry Red Le Creuset Enameled Stoneware Canisters.Thanks for the chance!
Thank you very much for the compliment! Setting up housekeeping can be a daunting task, can’t it! I appreciate you dropping by and Good Luck!
I actually don’t have anything Le Creuset which is a bit hard to believe. But if I did, I would love to have a red piece because I highlight my green kitchen with red stuff… reminds me of guacamole.
And Guac is a good thing! Thank you so much for coming by and I hope you come again. Good luck!
I do not own any Le Creuset, but I would love to have this set in red! Your recipee looks great! I am going to try it!
Thank you and good luck!!
I have an oval Le Creuset dish in Caribbean blue. I love this set. It looks so handy.
Thank you, I thought it would come in handy for most anyone who won! Good luck!
I do have ONE piece of Le Creuset; a three tier stand. Luckily, it is red also!
This recipe looks so good, and like all my various picky eaters would like it too!
Thank you for dropping by and please come again! Sometimes I feel like a short order cook – don’t you? Good Luck!!
This was a jam packed post! I love those muffins. I am thinking how good they would be for breakfast! I have the recipe newz widget on my site,but I really haven’t utilized its opportunities enough.
Oh gosh ETC, you must! Be sure to tell me what name you use and exactly how to spell it. I will go to your gallery and pick out my fave and pin them. They will BLOW UP! Pamasaurus who commented just above you reminded me she was on there. I went to her gallery night before last and chose my fave……..my mailbox has been filled with repins of the pins I made of her recipes. Last time I looked, RecipeNewZ had over 25,000 followers which really gets your recipes out and about!
I have a round french oven that i bought recently and i love it! This giveaway set would definitely compliment the oven that i have.. Your recipe looks very good and your muffins look great. Is there any good alternative for the bacon in your recipe since i am a vegan!
Thank you so much for dropping by my blog! Yes, there is an excellent alternative to bacon for those who don’t eat meat – my daughter’s grandparents have been vegetarian for over 35 years and having spent much of my young adult life around them, I can just as easily make a carniverous dish into plant based as I can the other way around. I would recommend mushrooms – button kind chopped, or my favorite would be miled chopped green chiles from a can or fresh – either way. Mix them up with bacos (I believe bacos are still non-meat items…….well, they used to be back in the 80’s) or you can leave the Bacos out. I hope you like them when you make them. Good luck!
I have no Le Creuset but would LOVE to get some! The color in my kitchen I use for items on my counters is red so would work out perfectly. If I could pick any product from them it would be a french oven in red!!
The ovens are a wonderful addition! Thanks for dropping by – please come again and good luck!
I don’t own any yet, but I pretty much registered for the entire Le Creuset line on my wedding registry
katherinedibello (at) gmail (dot) com
Smart Idea! Thank you for dropping by and please come again! Congratulations on getting married!
Anything with bacon is fine by me and these look simple to make, great recipe!
I would LOVE to own a Le Creuset skillet, maybe in the fennel green color. But really, all their colors are beautiful! Thanks for this giveaway, especially since it’s coming from you!!!
Oh it has to be simple – or I couldn’t make it! 🙂 Thanks for dropping by and please come again – Good luck!
I do have some LeCreuset frying pans (two – one small one quite big) but I am dying for the large Dutch oven and also (coincidentally!!) for that very beautiful red utensil holder and utensils – that.very.one – because everything in my kitchen is red and it would be the only thing besides the knife block on the counter. It would be divine!
I bet you love your frying pans! I’ve often wondered if a small pan would be something that I could lift forever. As you get older your wrists don’t work like they used to!! Thanks for dropping by and please come again. Good luck!
I don’t have any Le Creuset, but I would LOVE some. I would especially love a dutch oven someday.
Thanks for the chance to win!
wildorchid985 at gmail dot com
Thank you for dropping by and please come again! Good luck!
I would LOVE to win this giveaway!! You wouldn’t believe the condition my current ones are in… it’s embarrassing!! lol I don’t currently have any Le Creuset… thanks to my husband. He left my Dutch oven at a friend’s house and they abruptly moved out of state. He said he’d buy me another one but it’s been over 25 yrs now… You think he’ll surprise me for my birthday/Mother’s Day? L.O.L.!!! I LOVE your latest recipe!! I planned on making it with supper tonite, but after remembering that whole Le Creuset fiasco……. maybe I’ll wait until I’m alone. lol
~Thinking of you and still sending prayers your way……. <3
I bet those friends moved out of state just so they could keep your dutch oven! 🙂 Thank you so much for dropping by and please come again! Good Luck!!
I don’t yet have any Le Creuset, I’ve held some lovely pieces though in the store – and red would be fine. I keep hoping I’ll see a big box of it at a yard sale! I do intend to try the Bacon Ranch Muffins – Thank you!
I keep hoping to go to that same yard sale! 🙂 Thanks for dropping by and please come again – good luck!
You are the winner! You have until 5:00 PM CDT Monday May 6, 2013 to contact me – even reply to this comment. Thanks, and Congratulations!!
Really?!! That would be wonderful – Thanks!!
Please send me your address @ firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll get it right out in the mail to you!
Though I have lusted over them for many, many years, as of yet I do not own any Le Creuset items. I would most love to have a french oven or grill pan. I think their caribbean color is amazing, but really I love all the colors. Thanks for this opportunity!
I like the Caribbean color is the best too! Thanks for dropping by and good luck!
Adam J. Holland
I lost my Le Creuset in the divorce. OK.. I’ll be honest. I left with my clothes, CD collection and my popcorn popper. But I did have the (cobalt?) set — everything. (Was a wedding gift from some folks who had money to spend.) Good stuff!
I’m going to have to agree with Mr. Picky Eater. Drug Muffins seems appropriate, as those look quite addicting.
Hey Adam – thanks for dropping by! Good luck!