Handle the Heat The Ultimate Guide to Chocolate Chip Cookies Click here for Part 2! Have you ever wondered why chocolate chip cookies can be chewy, crisp, soft, flat, thick, cakey, greasy, bland, flavorful, moist, or crumbly? In this post I’m going to share with you how various ingredients and techniques can affect the taste, texture, and appearance of your chocolate chip cookies. This will hopefully help you understand how chocolate chip cookies work so you can make the PERFECT batch every time, whatever you consider to be perfect. This information will allow you to alter or create your own chocolate chip recipe that produces cookies just the way YOU like them.
Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery Course Episode Guide | Watch Online Baking Gordon turns his focus to home baking. Recipes include his flavour-packed olive, tomato and rosemary focaccia, quick flatbreads with lemon, thyme and ricotta and a spectacular sponge with fresh ginger. Loading... Brunches Gordon shows how to cook brunch.
16 Tips From The Depression Era That Are Actually Life Hacks 1. When making a meal with ground beef, replace some of the beef with lentils. Substitute up to half the amount of beef with cooked lentils. You’ve save a little money and consume less fat and calories. 2.
Growing Ginger as a Houseplant July 26th, 2010 I just LOVE ginger, gingersnaps, gingerbread, gingered beef, anything with ginger in it. I use fresh ginger, powdered ginger and crystallized ginger.
Celery--Free Plants to Grow - Food Storage and Survival Guest Post from Linda at Practical Parsimony. Thank you, Linda–I’m going to have to try this! No, I do not like to buy celery. It is rather over-priced in my opinion. As long as I can grow even what I have in the last ten days, cheaply, I will not buy the expensive, poisoned vegetable, celery.
CLEVERLY TURN YOUR CARROT SCRAPS INTO SALAD : GROW YOUR OWN CARROT LEAVES To determine if carrot tops are good to you in a salad, try them first. They can be eaten, but leave it to your taste to decide if they are good. Some people think they are not so good raw, others like them in salads. They are very nutritious, so if you can find a way to use them that you like, do. Be sure to clean thoroughly since their tops can harbor a lot of grit. Some people use them as garnish, like parsley.
11 Dec Romaine Lettuce is a favorite of mine in salads. I’ve also read it makes an Incredible and Delicious Smoothie. The best and most amazing thing about lettuce, besides eating the tender green leaves, is the amazing fact that if the bottom of the stump is saved and placed in water, regeneration and new growth will occur. Peculiarities and Plants – Romaine Lettuce | Minding My P's With Q
Growing vegetables from seeds is cool, but growing them from kitchen scraps is totally badass. Does it require some time? Yes. Is going to the grocery store easier? 13 Vegetables That Magically Regrow Themselves
Living Well: 10 Secrets (Actually, Shortcuts!) For Better Cooking Photos and text by Lindsey Johnson for Design Mom. I remember my mother wishing there were more hours in the day. So much to do!
This summer inspiration is brought to you by Target. Find more fun and surprises all season long on Target’s #SummerUp Pinterest board. Images and text by Lindsey Johnson for Design Mom. Living Well: 11 Secrets To Properly Freezing Produce
Understanding grains (corn, wheat, multi-grain, etc.) « The Food Illusion First and foremost I must get something off my chest. Just because a box of something at the grocery store or even a bagel at the bakery says “multi-grain” does not mean it is a healthy alternative. Multi-grain simply means the food is made with more than one grain and has absolutely nothing to do with whether any of those grains are actually whole grains or not (which is what is really important).
Behold, the smoothie. A meal in a glass. And not just any meal. How to make a smoothie | Healthy Smoothie Recipes