Pink Ombre Swirl Cake. Pomegranate Ice Cream — Pretty Shiny Sparkly. Amazing Artisan Bread for 40 Cents a Loaf - No Kneading, No Fussing, No Kidding. What if I told you that instead of buying bakery bread for four or five dollars a loaf, you could make delicious handmade bread whenever you wanted, at a fraction of the cost and it is so easy a kid could do it? Well, read on because this method of making artisan bread at home will change your life. You can make incredible bread without having to do all the usual time consuming tasks of breadmaking : no need to make a new batch of dough every time you want breadno need to proof yeastno need to make starters or prefermented doughno kneading!
In the last few years, several methods for making easy no-knead bread doughs have crept up on the internet and gained popularity. Among the most popular have been Jim Leahy's No-Knead Bread and Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francois' Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. "The results have forced me to reconsider all of the premises I once held sacrosanct". So what is going on here? Boules Rising and Boules after Baking This bread is very versatile, also. 1. 2. The Italian Dish - Posts - Chocolate Panna Cotta. Panna Cotta is one of those great desserts that you can make ahead of time.
Italian Easter Bread, Revisited. When I first posted the recipe for Italian Easter Bread three years ago, I couldn't believe the response.
Perfect Panna Cotta Recipe. Panna cotta is incredibly easy to make, and if it takes you more than five minutes to put it together, you’re doing something wrong.
I’d made them before, but never realized what a fool-proof dessert it was until I saw my friend Judy Witts make them at one of her cooking classes in Florence. Sometimes we Americans have a way of overdramatizing things, and make things harder than they actually are. But I saw Judy quickly put together this Panna Cotta at the beginning of her cooking class in no time flat, to be served a few hours later. After we ate the fabulous meal which we’d all made together, she effortlessly unmolded them into bowls, and there was our dessert. I was pretty impressed. That’s the beauty of Tuscan cooking: it’s straightforward and almost effortless in its simplicity.
Judy bypassed the traditional route and self-published her first cookbook, Secrets From My Tuscan Kitchen, which gave her the freedom to personalize each hand-written recipe. Vanilla roasted pears. I think this should be your new favorite way to show off.
Flaky blood orange tart. Have you ever lost a recipe?
A couple years ago, a reader emailed me, sending me a link to a delicious-looking blood orange tart that she thought I might enjoy. The photo that accompanied the recipe was startling — fiery, purple and magenta coins of oranges with burnished edges laid over a rustic tart base and if ever a photo could reel me in, that one was it. How to turn "water" into marbles. 20 Alcoholic Beverages Inspired By The Harry Potter Series: Pics, Videos, Links, News. Chinese Tea Eggs. Eggs, how do I love thee?
Let me count the ways. I love thee soft-boiled with some kaya toast dipped into the runny yolk. And scrambled with some herbs and melty cheese. And simply cooked over-medium in melted butter. I love eggs any way, any time of the day. Tea eggs are a common street snack and even sold in convenience stores in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. . - 6 eggs - 2 bags of black tea - 4 star anise - 1 cinnamon stick - 1/4 cup of soy sauce Place the eggs in a pot and fill with water until just covered. Place the eggs back into the pot of water and add the tea bags, spices and soy sauce. Alternatively, you can simmer the eggs for about 2-3 hours instead of soaking them overnight. (Ru ware image from here) zp8497586rq. Chai Cookies « Angry Cherry. The Pastry Affair - Home - Cauldron Cakes. This is part II of my mini-series on Harry Potter snacks from the books brought to life (part I is on Honeydukes treats, part III features every wizard's favorite drink—butterbeer!
— and part IV showcases decadent butterbeer cupcakes). When I was young, I wanted to grow up to be a writer. I also wanted to be a teacher, deep sea diver, and a cashier at McDonald's, but that's a different story. In early elementary school years, I would furiously write about anything and everything that came to mind. My stories expressed the affairs most important to a seven year old girl—monsters, dolls, and the first day of school. The Pastry Affair - Home - Butterbeer Cupcakes. This is part IV in a mini-series of Harry Potter snacks from the books brought to life (part I is on Honeydukes treats, part II is all about the cauldron cakes, and part III features every wizard's favorite drink—butterbeer!).
I confess that Butterbeer Cupcakes aren't actually mentioned in the Harry Potter series. In my defense, if JK Rowling had been given one of these while writing the books, she would have found a way to fit them in. They are so exceptional, I wouldn't be surprised if she featured them as a major plot point. I'm only half joking. Humor aside, the release of the final movie is upon us. The Pastry Affair - Home - Plum Clafouti. I am but a humble self-taught photographer.
Everything I know about photography I've learned through trial and error. A year and a half's worth, in fact. Every time I set out to shoot a new dish or dessert, I learn something new. Food photography has grown into something I really enjoy. It's challenging and difficult, true, but there is such a sense of satisfaction when a photo turns out just right. Yet, there is always more to learn. One of my New Year's resolutions this year was to take a photography course. When I take my camera out of the quiet of the kitchen, there is a moment (or two) of real panic. In the kitchen, I'm the boss.