Download » "Copycat Candy Recipes" is your backstage pass to famous brand-name candies! You've grown up eating these classic brand name candies, now you can recreate them at home. These Copycat Candy Recipes are sure to be just as good as the originals - if not better!! All recipes come from Instructables.com, are written by expert candy copycats, and contain pictures for each step, so you can start making your own professional candy at home!
Instructables is the most popular project-sharing community on the Internet. Sarah James Editor, Food & LivingInstructables.com. Farmers' Market. Welcome to Open Library!
Favorites. FOODILY - Find recipes online. Share them with your friends. The 50 Best Food Websites - Food & Drink, IndyBest. To Make. Japanese food! Authentic, mostly healthy Japanese recipes for everyone. IndianSimmer - Indian food made easy plus more! Drink Blogs. What Katie Ate.
The Wednesday Chef. Sprouted Kitchen » A tastier take on whole foods. Lottie + Doof. I made that! 101 Cookbooks - Healthy Recipe Journal. Sprinkle Bakes. She who eats. A cup of first-flash green tea from yame, fukuoka prefecture, and some fresh local strawberries to accompany me as i sit down and open a (cook)book or two that arrived a few days earlier, thinking about my next trip. this is how i would like to spend this entire weekend. in reality, there won't be much time that i can spend this way, between work and other errands to do. but i still like to take some time to slow down a bit, appreciate the breathtaking beauty of the lush mountain scenery outside our windows, and breathe in some fresh green air. and enjoy freshly-brewed coffee (or tea) and some nibbles. small pleasures. hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
Evan's Kitchen Ramblings. Eat the Love, Sweets for the Mouth and Mind. Desserts for Breakfast. Every now and then on rare occasion, I remember to step back and snap a shot of my photography setup.
Here's the one I used for the fig, mascarpone, and pistachio tart from a few posts back, for those interested parties. [click on photo above for a larger image.] I know not much has been going on in this little corner of the blogosphere this week. But! In addition to the feature in N.E.E.T. magazine, I've also been illustrated (by illustrator Amanda Waggoner), along with a few other wonderful bloggers, in a super-fun fall food feature in the second issue of Styled Magazine--check it out here! Next week, we shall return to our regular, scheduled programming. :-) In the meantime, what are everyone's weekend plans? Brownies for Dolce & Gabbana : Cafe Fernando – Food Blog - brownie - dolce & gabbana - swide - Brownies. October 30th, 2010 | Category: Brownies, Chocolate I have to admit, I was a bit lost when Dolce & Gabbana requested me to create a recipe for their digital magazine, Swide.
As soon as I read that email, I wished I were Pierre Hermé. He’d know exactly what to do. Who am I to create anything for D&G? Right after I picked my self-confidence up off the floor, I visited their website for inspiration and came across the Fall/Winter 2011 runway show. Now, I do not know much about fashion. Because if it is good enough for Nick, it is good enough for everyone. What I saw on the runway was quite seductive, but so wisely (and tastefully, of course) camouflaged with transparent fabric.
I thought, wouldn’t a chocolate lace decoration be perfect? Me? The first one turned out horrible. There’s no possible way to keep the chocolate in the piping bag fluid for longer than 10 minutes. Visit Swide for the complete set of photos and a short interview with me. BROWNIES with HAZELNUT BUTTER and CHOCOLATE LACE. Joy the Baker — The 2011 SAVEUR Best Food Blog Awards: The Winners. When we opened nominations for this year's Best Food Blog Awards, we had no idea we'd find ourselves deluged with over 40,000 individual plugs for websites.
Narrowing them down to six finalists in seventeen categories was no easy task — but an even harder job fell to the thousands of you who voted, picking just one blog above all others in its category. Our warmest thanks go to everyone who cast their vote; our heartiest congratulations to all our finalists. Homesick Texan. Smitten kitchen.
Gardening. Resources. Detox smoothies. Toxins-free for life Looking to increase your energy levels, to lose weight, get clearer skin, prevent premature ageing and to help preventing diseases? Then look no further! This 5 days step-by-step detox will help you implement long-lasting healthy habits that yields results. Price: $47 Price: $27 Smoothies are a great way to boost your fruits and veggies daily intake. Flat Tummy Rich in digestion supporting ingredients, this smoothie will help prevent bloating and digestive stress that can sabotage your tummy flattening efforts. 3/4 c. papaya 3/4 c. sliced peaches 1/2 pear, sliced 1 tsp fresh ginger 2 mint leaves Water to thin Skin Saver Antioxidants in berries are known to help to fight wrinkles and other skin ageing signs. 3/4 c blueberries 3/4 c pitted cherries 5 strawberries 1/4 avocado, peeled and pitted 2 tsp wheat germ (optional) 2 tsp ground flaxseed Water, to thin Peanut Butter Energy Booster This protein-rich and minerals-filled smoothie will give you long-lasting energy.
Bone Lover. Miso Soup Recipe - Homemade Soup Recipes. Rather than start with my Miso Soup Recipe at the beginning, I am going to break with my normal page format and give some explanations and notes before the recipe.
This is because miso soup is a highly traditional class of soup that differs greatly from Western-style soups. This difference is two-fold. First, the ingredients are not the same as you would normally use in soups. Second, the preparation is slightly different in that the thickener, miso, is kept relatively cool during the cooking process as compared to corn starch or flour which need to be boiled.
Miso is not really a thickener, but more of a "suspension" that adds a distinct flavor and texture to the broth. A Miso soup recipe calls for three elements: Miso (a paste made from fermented soy beans, or sometimes rice or barley), a stock called "dashi", and solid ingredients. Miso is added to a small amount of the dashi and then added to the soup at the end of the cooking process. Now for the miso soup recipe! Ingredients 1. 2. 3.