This Thanksgiving are you looking to mix things up in the most delicious way possible? Then you’ve got to try this Pumpkin Bread Pudding! Do you love pumpkin bread? For me, no autumn is complete without the aroma of it baking in the oven. Well things may have changed slightly. I may need to update that statement […]
This Pumpkin Chai Late has the traditional flavors you love with the obvious addition of Chai to give it that extra umph of warm spices – a fabulous combination!
Don’t you just love when a complete blunder turns into something incredible?! I had this fantastic idea to make a pumpkin pie spiced pumpkin seed brittle. Sounds great, right? Just a few minutes into making the brittle, I realized that my measurements were all off – there just wasn’t enough thick caramel-like syrup to form […]
Panna Cotta is one of my favorite desserts. It’s incredibly creamy, it can be flavored with just about anything, and it only takes 10 minutes to make! What could be more awesome than that? I mean sure, you do have to plan ahead a bit with this dessert because you have to allow at least […]
Well hello there! I hope you had a great weekend! After a couple of warm days, the temperatures have cooled and boy do I have a fantastic fall intro dish for you!
Do you like a little booze with your brunch? I know I sure do! Of course, you can have these Bourbon Pecan Waffles for breakfast without feeling guilty about your alcohol intake before noon, I just don’t get up early enough on the weekends to do so. Wow… that really makes me sound like I have some kind of problem, doesn’t it? I suppose it doesn’t help my image when I pull up to the liquor store at 9:30am to find that it hasn’t opened yet. Mind you, there was a man sitting in his car watching me as I was turned away from the locked door. The liquor store didn’t open until 10am so I decided to pick up a few groceries next door.
Groceries purchased and placed in my car, I walked into the liquor store precisely at 10:01am to buy a bottle of bourbon. When I walked up to the counter I felt the need to tell the cashier that I required this for a recipe, but I think my explanation only made me look like I grasping for an excuse. I suppose it also didn’t help that I was in sweatpants, a hoodie with a hole in the sleeve, and a baseball hat. And then of course I had to walk out of the store, and back past the gentleman sitting in his car, clutching my brown paper bag of booze. This did not look good, not good at all.
Regardless of the hour of day, what you’re wearing, and who’s sitting in their car watching you and probably passing judgement – go out and get that bottle of bourbon and make these waffles! They’re worth the early morning boozehound perception.
Well hello there! You may have noticed that Hapa Nom Nom has been a bit quiet this past week. I am currently in the throws of moving across the country and I am without a kitchen, and often without Internet access.
My good friend Nagi of RecipeTin Eats, Food Blogger Central, and the creator of the new must-have cookbook for chicken wing lovers: Baked Wings – has graciously created a guest post for Hapa Nom Nom and I couldn’t feel more honored. After you have checked out her incredible Thai Coconut Pumpkin Soup she has created here, please visit her site RecipeTin Eats – she’s doing a lot of amazing things!
Mr. HapaNom and I will be driving across the country, so be on the lookout for pictures and updates from our trip on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.