Butter. It always comes back to butter. Small batch, fresh churned, extra rich, farmer's market butter when I can get it. Kerrygold if I can't. Or Challenge European Style or whatever they call that high fat version.
Oh, speaking of cheese, and if you like the old sharp kind of cheddar, we've been addicted to Dubliner for a few years now. So great.
Kind of a bit of a smokey aftertaste...on some fresh baguette...awesome.
My current food obsession is salad with red onion, cucumber, grape tomatoes (sliced in two, or even quartered), a little feta cheese, whole wheat croutons, fresh cracked pepper, and balsamic vinaigrette. Yum. I've had this salad for lunch (with a boiled egg) and as a side at dinner almost every day this week. It's nothing special, I have salad often, but I am currently obsessed with this salad.
gomichild: homemade gyoza? Really? *looks at picture, wipes drool off of keyboard*
loiseau: ooooh! Portuguese custard tarts! My gods, I love those, too.
I'm currently experimenting with making bread. Mmmmmm, fresh, home-made bread. So far it's been pretty good, but not as light as I'd like. I may do some intarweb research on that today. Also, I found some good tomatoes the other day (I wasn't sure, but then I cut into one and smelled...can it be? Yes! Tomato!) and made the extra-old cheddar and tomato sandwich of the gods. I'm hoping that the ones we bought on Friday are as good.