Chef Michael Smith. The Food in my Beard. Single People Can Cook Too. One Single Cook. A community driven visual potluck. Quick Recipes & Easy Recipe Ideas. The Boogie Blog. David Lebovitz. Salted Butter Caramel Ice Cream Recipe.
When I was finalizing the recipes in The Perfect Scoop, I was conflicted about something sweet.
Even more so than I usually am. Some might call it a character flaw, but for me it’s normale. I wrote too many recipes and I needed to make room for all the sumptuous photography. I’ll admit once I got started I got a bit too eager and couldn’t stop myself from churning up all sorts of great flavors. Although I did include a fabulous recipe for Pear Caramel Ice Cream, which gets its smooth richness from caramelized pears rather than boatloads of cream and egg yolks, I decided since my first book had a killer-good recipe for Caramel Ice Cream, that would suffice for ice cream fans.
Then I got a desperate message from a clever friend asking about Salted Butter Caramel Ice Cream, asking if I had a recipe as good as the one at Berthillon in Paris. Quelle Dommage. But I assure you—it’ll be worth it. Quite a few of you have asked me for tips on ice-cream making equipment. GreenLiteBites. Welcome to the British Larder. The inspiration and credit for the bresaola in this recipe goes to Diana Henry’s book ‘Salt, Sugar, Smoke’.
My good friend Richard Arbon (self-confessed food fanatic, sausage-making lover, best salt beef producer, jam and condiment extraordinaire, as well as his day job as an excellent craftsman) went on holiday to Norfolk and came back with this fabulous book under his arm. I had been harping on for weeks before that I would like to have a go at making salami and cured meats. Well, one thing led to another, and Richard brought this book for me to read, pointing out that he had spotted bresaola in the book and did I fancy giving it a go. Before reading the recipes, I ordered the meat and then after reading both bresaola recipes, I realised that I did not have the cure #2 to hand and had to resort to the wet.
Food52 - food community, recipe search and cookbook contests. Milk and Honey recipe from food52. Author Notes: If I’m trying to relax, a nice mug of warm milk always seems to do the trick.
So does liquor, but this is a more virtuous non-alcoholic option, for when I’m looking to keep my virtue intact. Inspired by Amanda’s Chai recipe, I quickly found myself addicted to the stuff, (thanks Amanda) and thought it might be just as nice without the tea. (less)Author Notes: If I’m trying to relax, a nice mug of warm milk always seems to do the trick. So does liquor, but this is a more virtuous non-alcoholic option, for whe (…more) - mrslarkin Serves 1 1 green cardamom pod 3/4 cups milk, or a mug-full 4 - 5 strips of orange zest 2 or more teaspoons honey 1 shot of Meyers's Jamaican Rum, for when you are feeling wicked-naughty (optional) Remove seeds from the cardamom pod.
Popular on Food52 and Provisions. Say it with Sprinkles - A Blog About Baking & Sprinkles » Be Sweet... Chai Snickerdoodles. Tuesday, September 6, 2011 Chai Snickerdoodles* When I got married, no one told me that Jorge and I would eventually be able to have an entire conversation without opening our mouths.
That instead, all we would have to do is look at each other and an entire conversation can take place. I also had no idea how little a guy could care about my hair. Before Jorge, my boyfriends always commented on my hair. Something else no one warned me about? In preparation for tomorrow, Jorge’s big day back to work (YAY!! Chai Snickerdoodle Cookies Yield: 16-18 large cookies Ingredients:for the snickerdoodles: 2 1/3 cups all purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons cream of tartar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup unsalted butter (2 sticks), room temperature 1 1/2 cup sugar 2 eggs for the chai sugar: 5 tablespoons sugar 3/4 teaspoon cinnamon 3/4 teaspoon cardamom 1/4 teaspoon ginger 1/8 teaspoon cloves 1/8 teaspoon nutmegDirections:Preheat oven to 350 degrees.