quick and easy
Add a little lemon to your favorite sugar cookie recipe, and you’ve got lemon cookies. Add a little sugar to your favorite dough recipe, and you’ve got basic sweet dough. But what would happen if they were to collide head on?
Ah, pray tell, what is this lovely loaf, with its buttery interior, golden crust, and tiny/tasty bits of smoked ham scattered throughout?
These Hasselback potatoes looks beautiful, don't' they?
Here is the mini hasselback potatoes recipe. The spices used for the potatoes were inspired from my previous post, the Dry Potatoes With Ginger and Garlic .
Thinly sliced yukon gold potatoes, layered and baked in a light buttery sauce and shredded cheese. So good without the guilt!
The scent of Garlic + Rosemary + Baked Bread is absolutely intoxicating to me.
I knew I would love these when I saw them on Cassie Craves ! Initially I was also excited about the fact that it was also a crock pot meal, but then the day I had this on the menu got crazy and I forgot about it. So, I ended up using 1 can of chicken instead and mixing the other ingredients in a saucepan.
Plenty of cookbooks have recipes for the “ultimate” this and “best ever” that.
For years one of my staple party foods has been Potato skins... what could be better then potatoes, bacon and cheese all in once delicious bite? WELL.... one day I was preparing for a spring brunch I had just finished making 2 quiches and was starting on the potato skins when I saw the left over quiche mixture that would not fit in my pastry. As I hate to throw any food away I thought what could I do with that? BINGO! use the potato skins as the vessel for the quiche!
All week I have been craving a really good breakfast, so today I decided to take a little spin on my favorite dish of Eggs Benedict! This isn't the traditional dish, but it sure does the job! The first time I had Eggs Benedict my older brother had made it for me when I was 16.
<img alt="round challah.JPG" src="http://makezineblog.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/round_challah.jpg?w=429&h=439" width="429" height="439" class="mt-image-none" style="" /> Well, I don’t know much about baking bread or Rosh Hashanah, but this seems like a pretty sweet and timely tutorial for making Round Challah . Here it is dear readers at long last, a tutorial on how to braid gorgeous round challah loaves, just in time for Rosh HaShana! We have the custom to eat round loaves on Rosh HaShana to symbolize the continuity of life, and on Rosh HaShana we dip the challah in honey (rather than salt) to symbolize our hopes for a sweet new year.
I used to make quite a few recipes with onion soup mix. It tastes yummy, is easy, and adds lots of flavors to foods with no work at all.
Bring this hot spinach and artichoke dip to your next football party, no one will know it's light!
Tomato sandwiches have owned me this summer.