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Discovered on Tracy’s Culinary Adventures , from America’s Test Kitchen Healthy Family Cookbook Ingredients:
Before we moved last August, we sold our grill. Facing its fourth move in only 5 years, it just wasn’t going to make it across country. We knew that once the moving truck arrived to our new home in California, the grill would probably limp down the ramp with at least a few broken pieces. So, we left it behind where it’s serving another family back in Illinois, and I’m sure he is being treated very well. (Meaning, I hope they covered him tightly for the winter!)
4:35 Get home from work. 4:50 Finish browning Basil Chicken. 4:55 Wash lettuce.
Didn’t know how to import the comments from blogger…so here they are! 45 Comments Blogger Umm Mymoonah said… Very colourful, soft and moist. Perfect with a cup of tea.
Posting these pics is making my mouth water!!! Good sign, right? Warning: this is another one of those meals that you need to start the night before!!! But it is pretty simple and very tasty!!!
This soup was creamy with a little kick of spice in the background. In hind sight we thought it would be even better with a light, flaky biscuit baked on top:) I highly recommend this one if you love Chicken Cordon Bleu and even if you don't love it or have never had it! First melt butter and add chopped onion-cook until tender
Crème brûlée is one of my favourite desserts. Unfortunately when you order it at a restaurant it's often dissapointing and far too big. This is my best recipe and has never failed me. The best part about this recipe is that the custard isn't too thick or overly rich.
There are a lot of recipes for homemade buttermilk dressing floating around the internet, but most of them call for fresh herbs. (Pioneer Woman has a great recipe using fresh herbs that can be a starting point for all kinds of add-ins.) When I finally found (and tweaked) this recipe using all dried ingredients, I was happy to have a ready-to-use blend in my pantry. Sometimes I just don’t feel like chopping a bunch of herbs. (Or spending a lot of money on herbs when my herb garden isn’t doing so well. Or is non-existent.
I’m sure most of you are familiar with the movie Julie & Julia , based upon the lives of Julie Powell , an ordinary woman who challenged herself to cook her way through Julia Child’s Mastering The Art of French Cooking and blogged about it, and Julia Child herself. Besides loving this movie dearly, it’s actually a homework assignment. I’m taking a Film Writing course and on the first day, we had to select a screenplay to read in order to get a feel for formatting and how they’re written. I practically flew out of my seat to grab Julie & Julia before anyone else could put their filthy paws on it. It was, after all, personal. I should be the one to read it.
1. Basic Pancakes Whisk 1 1/2 cups flour, 3 tablespoons sugar, 1 tablespoon baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Whisk 1 1/4 cups milk, 1/2 stick melted butter,2 eggs and a little vanilla, then whisk into the flour mixture until just combined.
If you haven’t noticed, I’ve got the candymaking bug lately, people, and I’ve got it bad. And since its coincided with my insatiable need for all things malted , meet my latest love: the Chocolate Malt Marshmallow. These little gems positively scream, “Gift me! GIFT ME!” just in time for you to realize that you really ought to give a little something to the mailman this year.
Sometimes it’s all about a good concept. I had seen several times before the idea of a BBQ egg roll and lately the idea of a hoisin pork had been running through my head. Hoisin pork teamed up with an Asian slaw.
September 27th, 2009 | 58 Comments