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Strawberry Margarita Jell-O Shooters Margarita Jell-O Shooters ~ A fun farewell to summer and a festive edition to your Sunday football tailgate party or gatherings. For another Jello shooter variation like this one, check out my Lemon Drop Jello Shooters cut into the shape of lemon wedges and my Rocky Candy Shooters shaped just like the rock candy you loved as a kid.
Last updated 05:00 18/03/2012 This week's recipe is rather light on ingredients from the garden. It is, however, the perfect meal whatever the temperature and wherever you are in the country. It hints of warmer climes, yet is soothing and warming, falling perfectly into the comfort-food genre.
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Last updated 05:00 10/03/2012 Some of my friends claim – wrongly in my opinion – that pears are a bland fruit. Although the apple is more widely eaten today, in ancient times the pear was considered to be the superior fruit.
Welsh Cakes With Sean Armstrong Welsh Cakes Makes 12 Prep time: 25 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes Cost: under $10 Ingredients 450g self-rising flour 220g slated butter (soft) 2 whole eggs 1/2 cup sultanas 160g caster sugar Zest juice of 1 orange 1 tsp Cointreau Method Sift flour then rub in butter, until the mixture resembles bread crumbs.
Madeleine With Guillaume Nicoli Madeleine
I know that somewhere in my head there are eloquent words to describe my love of queso flameado, but right now I’m just too tuckered out from work to find them. Yes, I am very fortunate to have a job—I’m not complaining. But perhaps I’d find my staid desk job a bit more invigorating if there was an element of risk involved. Take my stint as a Mexican restaurant waitress during college.
What if I told you that making cheese required nothing more than a gallon of milk, a few limes and a cheese-cloth—would you believe me? OK, you might want to use a thermometer if you’re feeling scientific, but you don’t have to use one. Yep, with as much effort as it takes to go to the store, you can soon impress your friends with your homemade queso blanco. After reading about Barbara Kingsolver’s cheese-making adventure in “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle,” I knew it was something I definitely wanted to try—she made it sound so easy! But as I started doing research on making cheese, I realized that there were certain ingredients I would need to make most of the cheeses I wanted to create.
If I share a secret with you, do you promise not to laugh? I like Velveeta. I know, I know—that stuff isn’t even a proper dairy product. Instead it’s a cheese food that can sit on the shelf (no refrigeration necessary) for years on end. But in Texas we have a special place in our hearts for Velveeta, especially when it’s melted with a can of Rotel . We call that concoction chile con queso, or just queso for short.
Austin's Zocalo Cafe serves a perfect pastel de tres leches. (Photo by Randall Maxwell) By Lois M. Rodriguez Growing up, I watched the women in my family labor over homemade tortillas every morning, and during the holiday season, they took cooking to a whole other level with the tedious process of making tamales.
Cuban Tres Leches Cake recipe courtesy of the Cocina Cubana Club founded by Pascual Perez & chef Sonia Martinez This dessert is actually Nicaraguan, but has been widely (or should I say, wildly!)