I am always looking for new things to try. So I thought I'd offer a few of my own with the hopes you will share your "good eats" with me!
A few things culinary you've perhaps never tried or have forgotten about or that I think you should try:
For you foodies and non-foodies out there, if you don't cook and season with this salt, you should begin now. It is flaky and the perfect amount of saltiness and texture--not too rocky, not too fine. It crumbles in your fingers and sprinkles oh so well. You can find it at Whole Foods and very likely at your local grocery store.
I am always rediscovering the wafery goodness of Necco candy--well whenever I come across them, which I happened to today. I love that the yellow is not banana, but LEMON! I love the powdery coating and that there is a chocolate flavored wafer. I love the crunch, I love that they are not sticky, but they stay in your teeth for lingering flavor enjoyment. They've been around since 1847...Anything that old deserves a second chance--go get yours today!
A piece of whole grain bread spread with real butter and topped, while still hot from the toaster, with creamy, tangy lemon curd. Have you had it? It brightens your morning or satiates a midnight craving. It is a must in the fridge next to that huge jar of grape jelly--and it keeps well, too. You can also make your own: see Martha's version. Great for cake or tart filling, melted and served over ice cream or any fruit--instant dessert.
Next, anyone can make these cinnamon rolls. They are from a recipe by Sandra Lee of the Food Network, who I usually can't stand mostly because every time her show is on (well, the times I've seen it) her kitchen is hideously decorated in a different color. But, she hit the frosting on the bun with this one! Try it!