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Unless you live under a rock, you’ve surely heard that the Superbowl is this weekend. And despite the many hours I logged during my youth with my dad at Civic Stadium watching the Portland State Vikings, football really isn’t my thing. (I was really just there for the food.) However, there is one aspect of the Superbowl I can get fully behind. The dips. Preserves in Action: Slow Roasted Tomato Dip
Easy Recipe for Garlic Confit | A Chow Life | Foodie recipes and stories from a Seattle kitchen If you were starting anew in a fresh kitchen, what would you take with you? What would you create from scratch? I am quite serious. I ask in earnest.
[Photographs: Joshua Bousel] Setting out to recreate Huy Fong's ubiquitous rooster sauce, I ended up with something that hit the right notes but had a brighter, fresher flavor that makes homemade Sriracha something special. Brief History of the Bottle How to Make Sriracha from Scratch
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I struggle to stay up to date on current trends. You know…fashion, music, social media…stuff the “kids” are doing. Of course being in LA, it’s not much of a stretch to find women (of a certain age) wearing super short dresses, funky colored hair and super perky huge tits like their 20 something counterparts – but they definitely don’t look like their far younger sisters (who wear all those things much better). So it’s a struggle, for me, to look like I’m not stuck back in the pre-historic ages without looking ridiculous. Homemade Blueberry Syrup Recipe
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Homemade Salted Caramel Sauce Guest Post from Erin Scott of Yummy Supper Every holiday season we ask a few friends to join us at The Kitchn for a series of guest posts that range from favorite holiday recipes to family memories and traditions. Today's guest: Erin Scott of Yummy Supper, a blog I have really admired this year. Welcome Erin! Our holidays have gotten more and more simple, and I couldn't be happier. Instead of rushing around trying to buy loads of stuff we really don't need, we try to savor time with our kids, our friends, our family - the simple pleasures. Like so many others, a huge part of my family life revolves around food; and with kids home for winter break, we get even more time in the kitchen to play.
Salted Caramel Sauce Salted Caramel Sauce + Printable Labels I can cook, and I can bake, and I used to be a teacher… but I’m not always the craftiest of people. So I’m pretty proud that I successfully made some (cute) jars of Salted Caramel Sauce to give away as holiday gifts this year. This stuff should really be called Salted Caramel Crack. It’s a good thing that I made small jars of the stuff because once you open this baby, you’re going to want to eat the whole jar, and then (if no one is looking) you might be tempted to lick out the inside of the jar too. No kidding, man!
For me, nothing evokes living in the country quite like fruit butters. A warm, soft biscuit fresh from the oven burnished with apple butter, and immediately I’m curled up in the kitchen of a farmhouse like a cat in the sun; lazily listening to chickens cluck outside as they peck hungrily, staccato-like, at the ground. And I’m once again in Parker’s kitchen. Gift #6: Maple-Honey Pumpkin Butter | The Wimpy Vegetarian
Homemade “loso” ketchup is my latest experiment in low sodium condiments. I’m grateful to Stacy for leading me to Joshua Bousel’s recipe as a starting point. In fact, I had printed out Joshua’s post on Serious Eats, only to immediately misplace it. Stacy was kind enough to forward the recipe a second time. “LoSo” Ketchup «