November 27th, 2015
Two Eaters go head-to-head in an attempt to one-up their opponent’s culinary skills. And you, dear reader, get to be judge and jury. Try the recipes yourself, then visit our Facebook page to cast your vote.
Don’t let your food coma from yesterday’s feasting festivities dampen your desire for delicious, because that’s exactly what we’re serving up this week! We round out our month-long look at one of our favorite tubers with a sweet potato throw down sure to leave you scratching your head. How can one pick a winner with these two yummy options?
In one corner, Sarah’s throwing a right hook with waffles made with the sweet and nutritious stuff, taken to the next level with some honey pecan butter. And in the other corner, Amy’s serving up a sure T.K.O. with pecan-dotted, meringue-iced sweet potato cinnamon rolls.
Needless to say: There’s so much to be grateful for this week on We The Eaters! So, c’mon morning glory (did you know sweet potatoes are actually of the same family?), let’s do the thing …
Founding Foodie Sarah claims to be the undisputed queen of baked goods … AND breakfast. This week, she’s channelling her childhood self to create a versatile, crispy — but fluffy — waffle of epic proportions. Top that with a little honey pecan butter, and you’ve got yourself a winner!
Not a baker? This founding foodie proves herself wrong. She learns that with a little practice, even a “this and that” foodie can learn how to master — and manipulate — the precision required to prepare even the most complex baked goods.
Tagged with: baked goods
, cinnamon roll
, family gathering
, food fight
, meringue icing
, sweet potato
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November 20th, 2015
What happens when you ask an Irish-Italian foodie to write a post on sweet potatoes? Pizza … or sweet potato pizza, to be exact. Not convinced? Neither was the Eater, but he gives great tips on how not to Hulk out when things go a little wrong. Continue reading
November 13th, 2015
This week founding foodie Sarah draws an unlikely comparison between that couple you know who doesn’t seem destined for the long haul and sweet potatoes in her chili. Wait, what? Sounds like a bizarre romantic comedy. We’ll watch … as long as Bradley Cooper plays the part of the sweet potato. Continue reading