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Ok are you ready for Pizza Monkey Bread. It will kinda change your life. And maybe your waistline. But it’s 100% worth it and so freaking delicious! Imagine a pull apart pizza with herbs and cheese and a warm pizza dipping sauce. It’s good.
Finally! I've been trying to post this for two hours now. Blogger just didn't cooperate with me for some strange reason. Today has certainly been one of those days. Before I even got out of bed, my head was pounding.
One of my resolutions for New Year was to make more homemade bread. I couldn’t think of a better place to begin than with one of my favorites: fluffy naan. To be honest, naan has always intimidated me a bit. It is so delicious that I assumed it must be complicated. Luckily, I stumbled upon Prerna’s recipe for Homemade Naan and can say that is has single-handedly changed my life.
On Fridays, I teach cooking classes to two kids in our neighborhood. They are pretty knowledgeable-so my job is easy:) I think it is fantastic that they want to learn how to cook at such a young age-they are in the 3rd and 4th grade. Since we don’t have any kiddos yet, I am glad I get to work with these kids.
Oven-fresh bread is one of life’s simple joys. Ciabatta, a crisp-crusted Italian bread with hints of sourdough and loads of crannies longing for butter, is one of the easiest breads to make at home. Why are we talking about baking bread on Lifehack? Because kitchen hacks aren’t just impressive, they often have very tasty results! In this instance, I’m going to show you how to make ciabatta with less than one minute of prep time . How is that possible?
The night Ryan arrived on the ranch—actually, probably less than an hour after he walked through the door—he whipped up some bread dough so it would have time to rise before dinner. Even though I had every intention of chaining him to the kitchen during his visit, I really thought I’d ease him into it gradually…but he got started right away. We had Shrimp Risotto for dinner that night: It was such a treat—extremely savory and satisfying.
If you don’t love the bubbly wonderfulness of piping hot garlic cheese bread, write this date on your calendar. Because that’s all about to change. Here’s what you need: Butter.
My mom made these puffs for a cocktail party she threw back in the seventies. Back when Danskin trousers and brown leather clogs ruled the day. I loved these then, when I grabbed a stash and ran up to my bedroom and ate them by myself to the sweet, mellow voice of Helen Reddy. And I still love them now.
Mmmmm, this is yummy. Three or four years ago, I prepared roasted beef tenderloin, tomato-basil pasta salad, roasted asparagus, and this olive cheese bread for a cattlewomen’s luncheon with over 200 hungry ladies in attendance. They loved the tenderloin (recipe coming soon), but what they really went gaga over was this olive cheese bread. As utterly simple and easy as it is, it’s so delightfully delicious and flavorful. And it’s always a hit.
I’m on an olive kick! Olive haters: please bear with me. This soon shall pass. Olive lovers: this is a great recipe to make when you have a couple of half-jars of olives languishing in your fridge (Admit it. You have them!)
Whenever I have a friend or family member over for dinner, they will ask the following question: “Are you making The Bread?” And I always smile and say: “Yes. I am making The Bread.” I smile because it’s a foregone conclusion that I will be making The Bread.