The Bacon Show. Ice creams! W hether you're into plain vanilla—the top-selling flavor in the U.S.
—or want a more unusual flavor, such as fennel, you're not alone in thinking that ice cream and its Italian counterpart, gelato, are delicious. According to the International Dairy Foods Association, more than 90 percent of American households consume ice cream and other frozen treats, downing about 23 billion dollars' worth of the stuff per year. That's a lot of ice cream. And sure, it's convenient to buy a pint at the store or a cone at your favorite ice cream parlor, but there's nothing quite as satisfying and delicious as making homemade ice cream.
You don't even need an expensive ice cream maker to get the job done. Our Favorite Homemade Ice Cream Recipes and Tricks - Ice Cream - 50 of the world's best food blogs - Times Online. Fresh, local, comforting food. Homemade Marshmallows. Here’s the deal with these.
Yes, this is a really good recipe for marshmallows. Yes, I’ve made it twice and I consider it pretty much foolproof (although the first time, I managed to melt a portion of my cheapo candy thermometer). But this isn’t just a marshmallow recipe. These marshmallows, in addition to being delightful on their own, are part of *another* upcoming recipe. So, if you’re not into eating plain marshmallows, check back on Monday morning for another marshmallow-tastic suggestion. Before making these, I had only eaten homemade marshmallows to cap off an amazing lunch at Jean Georges.
I have no good guess as to why that was his challenge, except for the hunch that perhaps he too had eaten at Jean Georges recently. So marshmallows went onto my list. Homemade Marshmallows INGREDIENTS: 1/2 cup white sugar 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 tsp corn syrup (light or dark works fine) 2/3 cup of water 2 packets of unflavored gelatin (about 2 tbsp) 1 egg white Powdered sugar, if desired.
Ice Cream Ireland » Ice Cream. Some months ago, I was contacted by Geoffrey, a customer in our Dublin shop, who asked would I be interested in making Christmas pudding ice cream, made from puddings he cooked up using a recipe from his grandmother, Bridget (photo above, also supplied by Geoffrey). Needless to say, this was the kind of opportunity I love – it combined a good story with a customer and an Irish tradition.
Geoffrey was kind enough to seek out a registered kitchen for his cooking so that we could be covered in terms of food safety, and soon I had some of the most tasty pudding in my hands. He’s quickly gathering a reputation for excellence with his puddings, which he makes for friends and colleagues. Maybe this is the beginning of a great artisan business! We made the ice cream using his pudding and a hint of Baileys in the base. Boston and New England Ice Cream Stands You May Not Know About. Ice Cream Stand Directory for Eastern Massachusetts. Cooking more with yonder crockpot. I am craving slow-cooked goodness.
Please share your favorite crock-pot recipes! Create cookbooks, search recipes, share recipes. Summer Express: 101 Simple Meals Ready in 10 Minutes or Less - N. Jesse Browner. The Pop vs. Soda Page. Suicide Food. Romans in Britain - Roman recipes of the upper classes. The Household Cyclopedia - Carving. Il Trinciante by Vincenzo Cervio. Medieval/Renaissance Food Clip-Art Collection. Welcome to Gode Cookery. Historic Food Welcome. Food History News - Home. Cindy Renfrow Author of books on ancient and medieval cooking an. Culinary Historians of New York. Medieval gastronomy in Europe, cooks, books, garden, cuisine. Gervase Markham, The English Housewife, 1615. Bakemetes and Mince Pies. Bakemete is a Middle-English word meaning pie - literally a 'baked meat'.
About The Deipnosophists, or, Banquet of the Learned of Athenaeu. Food Quotes, Sayings about Eating. Related Quotes Desserts Dieting Coffee Tea Vegetarianism Vegetables are a must on a diet.
I suggest carrot cake, zucchini bread, and pumpkin pie. ~Jim Davis Nothing would be more tiresome than eating and drinking if God had not made them a pleasure as well as a necessity. Historical recipes. Apicius — De Re Coquinaria. The Text on LacusCurtius For now, there is no Latin text onsite; the gentle reader is referred to the transcription at Augustana; and see below.
The English translation I'm currently inputting is that by Joseph Dommers Vehling in a very limited edition by Walter M. Hill (1936), which in turn was reprinted by Dover Publications in 1977. It is in the public domain. Apicius. "Apicius, the most gluttonous gorger of all spendthrifts, established the view that the flamingo's tongue has a specially fine flavor.
" Pliny, Natural History (X.133) The oldest collection of recipes to survive from antiquity, De Re Coquinaria ("The Art of Cooking") is attributed to Marcus Gavius Apicius, the famed epicure who flourished during the reign of Tiberius early in the first century AD. (Renaissance humanists mistakenly ascribed the book to a "Apicius Caelius" from an attempt to reconstruct the letters API and CAE that appear on the damaged title page of one of two ninth-century manuscripts that preserve the document.) Apicius. Apicius. Apicius is a collection of Roman cookery recipes, usually thought to have been compiled in the late 4th or early 5th century AD and written in a language that is in many ways closer to Vulgar than to Classical Latin. The name "Apicius" had long been associated with excessively refined love of food, from the habits of an early bearer of the name, Marcus Gavius Apicius, a Roman gourmet and lover of refined luxury who lived sometime in the 1st century AD, during the reign of Tiberius.
He is sometimes erroneously asserted to be the author of the book that is pseudepigraphically attributed to him. Secrets of Lost Empires. By Carla Raimer Posted 11.01.00 NOVA What foods did Romans feast upon 2,000 years ago?
To get a flavor, peruse these ancient recipes, most of which come from the Roman chef Apicius. We also include modern interpretations of these recipes from two books: A Taste of Ancient Rome by Ilaria Gozzini Giacosa and The Classical Cookbook by Andrew Dalby and Sally Grainger. Ancient Greek and Roman recipes. Antique Roman Dishes - Collection. From: email@example.com (Micaela Pantke) Date: Thu, 22 Jul 93 11:12:07 +0200 The following recipes are taken from an old Roman cookbook The book I have is edited and translated from Latin by Robert Maier.
My humble person only translated the German translations into English. I hope the recipes are still rather near to the originals... Lex Culinaria. I've been in love with this dish since it appeared in the Pixar cartoon of the same name.