Thursday, April 17, 2014

Toll House Cookie Pie

If there's one food rule I completely ignore its 'Don't Eat Raw Cookie Dough'.

Pssshhhh. That's for people with weak digestive systems. That's for people with wimpy stomachs who can't handle a little raw egg now and again.

You can get that warm cookie dough flavor in a totally cooked, totally un-raw gooey chocolate chip cookie pie. Put on your stretchy pants and eat this warmed up with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Totally worth it.


-1 9" pie shell, thawed 
-2 eggs
-3/4 cup flour
-3/4 cup brown sugar
-3/4 cup white sugar
-1 stick butter, softened
-1 cup chocolate chips

1. Heat your oven to 325.

2. Unroll the pie shell into your pie dish. Beat the eggs for 3 minutes until foamy. Then beat in both sugars, the flour, and then the softened butter. Stir in chocolate chips.

3. Pour into pie shell, bake 50 minutes. Serve warm.


Source: Ask Chef Dennis

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

A New Season

Anyone still reading this thing?

Well I'm back, and you might notice a bit of a face lift to the blog layout. It's a new season here at
A Seasoned Greeting: new look, new recipes, and new energy!

Over the past 7 months since I've taken a blogging hiatus most of my meals have looked like this:



or this:
 

and sometimes this:





But no more of that!!

 Well, I mean, still sometimes this:





 But I mean more cooking, more blogging, and more eating meals that aren't delivered from the Turkish restaurant 2 blocks from me. Yes, I order delivery from a restaurant I can see from my bedroom window. It's so close I can practically read the menu from my bed.

Welcome back and stick around for the new A Seasoned Greeting.