Saturday, April 28, 2012

Court's Clicks: 4/28/12

Nothing quite so sad as finding an orphan page of a favorite book torn, crumpled, and water stained.  It does, however, make for an interesting picture, an image--a moment that made me stop and take a photo.

On a completely unrelated note, links!

Cake or pie?  Can't decide? Neither can I, and now we don't have to thanks to this Brownie-Bottom Coconut Chocolate Cream Cake.

I have enjoyed adding kale to my salads lately, but adding it to these Loaded Sweet Potato Skins sounds much tastier. 

But back to pie and its relatives--check out this Brussels Sprout and Grape Galette, buttery pastry dough and a sweet and savory filling!

Remember the Mint Chocolate Candy Cane Fudge I made around Christmas?  Well, I think this Mocha Coconut Fudge will have to replace it on my next holiday plate of goodies.

Happy Friday Saturday! (woopsies...running just a tad behind tee-hee).


  1. You can fix the book! I had to do that when I was in grad school for library science for a final project.

    Thanks so much for the mention! :D

  2. Nice links! And I haven't read Catcher in the Rye for ages (literally decades). Going back and rereading is tons of fun - one's opinions change so much. I used to think Hemingway was far superior to Scott Fitzgerald, for example, when I was in college. I reread both maybe 15 years out of college, and although I still liked some Hemingway, I saw that Fitzgerald, overall, was far superior. Anyway, nothing to do with food, but your picture reminded of of rereading for some reason.

  3. I LOVE Catcher in the Rye! Such a great book. but now I want to eat all of those links. oy.

  4. That sounds like a neat project! This was not actually from a book I owned...just a sad little orphan page separated from its mama book.

    And of course--the least I could do after you mentioned me (plus that galette looked just too awesome not to share!)

  5. Believe it or not, I am a lit major and I have yet to read Hemingway. I read the Great Gatsby in high school, but I think that if I reread it now I would appreciate it more. Food and books--always a great pairing.

  6. Yes--when I read The Catcher in the Rye in high school (twice haha) it made me want to go to New York so badly (and oddly, enroll in a prep school haha).