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Never Boil Your Corn Again. Never Boil Your Corn Again Never Boil Your Corn Again – Make It Like This Instead!

Never Boil Your Corn Again

There’s another way to cook it that is easier and results in better flavor…in the slow cooker! By placing the corn and water in the slow cooker, the corn steams deliciously without losing any of its sweet flavor. Then, you’re free to spruce it up with all the butter and salt and pepper you want and enjoy it to its fullest! Serves 8-10Ingredients 8-10 ears of corn1/3 cup water1 tablespoon lemon juiceunsalted butter, to tastekosher salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste To serve your taste fresh herbssalted butter or unsaltedMayonnaiselime juiceSour creamchopped cilantrohot sauceMexican sauce (Tapatio, Tajin, chipotle, Valentina)Parmesan cheese Steps: Place corn in slow cooker and pour in 1/3 cup water.Cook on HIGH for 3 hours, or until corn is bright yellow and tender.Use tongs to remove corn and season with salt and pepper, and your choice herbs, mayo, cilantro, hot sauce… anythingServe immediately and enjoy!

Homemade Vanilla Coffee Syrup. Homemade Vanilla Coffee Syrup: With only a few ingredients, you can make delicious homemade vanilla syrup to flavor your coffee, tea, sodas, and cocktails.

Homemade Vanilla Coffee Syrup

If you caught my post last week, you know that I’ve developed quite the obsession with my Nespresso machine. I haven’t gone through the Starbucks drive-thru in weeks and that friends, is saying something. And if I’m being honest, I don’t miss forking over five bucks a visit for a latte. I mean – really, it’s just steamed milk and espresso. I work from home now, and if I’m keeping it real, that translates to yoga pants, t-shirts and Birkenstocks until at least 11 am everyday, so making coffee in my own kitchen is totally the way to go.

Speaking of working from home. From baking, photographing, social media and writing posts – this blogging full time stuff is serious business. This weekend brought our very first taste of Fall weather and it was glorious. Homemade Vanilla Coffee Syrup may just be my new favorite thing for Autumn. Notes: Rub for Barbecue Ribs Recipe. Smoked Paprika Vinaigrette. AvocadoRanch. 2 avocados 1 cup buttermilk 1/4 cup mayo 3 tbsp sour cream 1/4 cup white wine vinegar 1 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper 1 garlic clove juice of 1/2 a lime 1/4 cup Italian parsley, chopped 2 tbsp chives, chopped add avacodo, buttermilk, mayo, sour cream, white wine vinegar, salt, pepper,garlic and lime juice into a blender or food processor and puree pour into a mason jar add remaining ingredients, replace the lid and shake to combine taste and add more salt and pepper if needed. refrigerate until ready to serve.

AvocadoRanch

Pickled Fresno Chile Vinegar. Tzatziki - Cucumber, Dill & Garlic Greek Yogurt Dip. Hot Sauce Recipe. Reinvented: Pumpkin Seeds 5 Ways. Kids Can Make: Healthy Cheesy Crackers Recipe. Cinco de Mayo. Alton Brown's Taco Potion #19. McDonald's Special Sauce Big Mac Sauce Copycat Recipe. French Onion Dip and Chips Recipe : Rachael Ray. 22 Unique Ways to Use Sriracha (+ How to Make Your Own!) Sriracha, that spicy condiment that seems to be appearing everywhere these days, has totally stolen our culinary hearts.

22 Unique Ways to Use Sriracha (+ How to Make Your Own!)

We’ve used it to make a dipping sauce for our healthy fries, tried chocolate bars flavored with it, and even used it to stage action-packed dinosaur Vines. We’ve been dying to experiment with the stuff even further, so we scoured the web for the coolest, craziest, and most out-of-the-box ideas for using sriracha in the kitchen. Here are 22 recipes that totally rock our sriracha-obsessed socks, and a recipe for whipping up your own! 1. Spicy Citrus Sriracha Cocktail: Let’s kick off this countdown with a cocktail with a little kick! 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Bonus: Homemade Sriracha: So you’re totally sold on these sriracha recipes? Are you in love with sriracha or do you have a different condiment obsession?