8 responses to “Bribery, Phase II: With a Recipe for Quick Pasta with Browned Butter, Corn & Almonds”

  1. Anne

    Sounds yummy! And I love reading these posts! Titus is still so small, so I have no idea what he'll do in the future. Right now, we're very laidback – he eats what he eats, which is quite a bit. No pasta though! Certainly a little troublesome since we love it, and often had it for weeknight quickie dinners… but I'm sure we'll get there eventually 🙂

  2. debbie koenig

    Anne, I've been so impressed with Titus! Sounds like you guys are doing great. My only advice: keep doing what you're doing, and don't let him see you sweat! Once Harry caught on that I cared what he ate, all kinds of power plays began.

  3. bishhhh

    can you link me for where the button is so i can follow you? i'm not an idiot. your page is just crazy.

  4. debbie koenig

    Wow, bishhhh, I had no idea people were having trouble! I'm so sorry. There are four buttons on the top right of the page. Since I'm not sure which way you'd prefer to follow me, I'll describe them from left to right:

    -to subscribe to my RSS feed (in a reader)
    -to follow me on twitter
    -to become a Facebook fan
    -to subscribe via email

    Hope that helps, and thanks for pointing out that it's confusing! I'm planning to do a redesign sometime this year, so it will be addressed.

  5. Melissa

    I just made this recipe last night, with a couple of minor substitutions, and it was wonderful as well as easy. I used fresh asparagus instead of the corn (I only have a husband right now and he isn't very picky) and then I added a can of chickpeas for added protein. It turned out really good. Thanks for the recipe!

  6. debbie koenig

    Melissa, using asparagus is a GREAT idea! Of course, browned butter goes with just about anything…

  7. Rene

    I just found your blog a week ago through the hilarious Amber Dusick and her Crappy Pictures blog, and this was the first recipe that we tried out. I waited until I found the earliest fresh ears of corn and added the corn in cut fresh off the cob. My husband loved it! We’re probably going to add some asparagus in next time as well.

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