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Another post about the no-knead bread . First a question – it seems the collective opinion is that the 6 to 8 quart covered pot called for in the recipe is too large, it allows the bread to spread out too far creating a flat loaf. I used a 4-quart casserole dish because it’s what I had, and the loaf was a good size. However, for the sake of my holiday wish list I’m wondering if the 3 1/2 Quart Oval Le Creuset French Oven would be a good size and shape. Has anybody used this particular pot, or even the similarly sized 3 1/2 Quart Round Le Creuset French Oven to make the bread? Was it large enough?
Oh baby. Oh yes. You can have your dough and eat it too.
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Here are the most common terms you’ll come across as your candy-making odyssey begins. You’ll also want to take a look at our behind-the-scenes video . Bloom: The gray mottling that sometimes appears on the surface of chocolate is a result of extremes in heat or humidity . Chocolate stored in a fridge is subject to too much humidity, which causes the sugars to crystallize. If your chocolate is too warm, it will melt slightly and the fats will separate out.
OH MY GOODNESS, am I one proud blogger! One month ago, I issued a Cheesecake Challenge in which I encouraged you to choose a WBB cheesecake recipe and tackle it in the kitchen. Was I ever impressed at the splendid results! Y’all are courageous, inspiring, and sweeter than fresh-picked strawberries. I kinda like ya. Know what else I like?
"Copycat Candy Recipes" is your backstage pass to famous brand-name candies! You've grown up eating these classic brand name candies, now you can recreate them at home. These Copycat Candy Recipes are sure to be just as good as the originals - if not better!! All recipes come from Instructables.com, are written by expert candy copycats, and contain pictures for each step, so you can start making your own professional candy at home!
Courtesy of Food Network Magazine How to make a pizza: Step 1: Place a pizza stone or an inverted baking sheet on the lowest oven rack and preheat to 500 degrees. Step 2: Stretch 1 pound dough on a floured pizza peel, large wooden cutting board or parchment paper. Step 3: Top as desired, then slide the pizza (with the parchment paper, if using) onto the stone or baking sheet. Bake until golden, about 15 minutes. Pizza Dough Whisk 3 3/4 cups flour and 1 1/2 teaspoons salt.
i’ve had to take a short break and i won’t bother you with the details. but i hope this will make it worth your while. to me, pumpkin can (and should) be adapted to just about any recipe, sweet or savory. i love the idea of it incorporated into a dough. while it imparts only a mild pumpkin flavor, the look and aesthetic are to die for. if you substitute as pumpkin puree for as much of the liquid as possible, you can really pump up the volume on the pumpkin-y-ness (sp? word?) oh, kitchen aid mixer with dough hook attachment, i will name my first born after you. promise. just look at this gorgeous dough. it just screams FALL!! i think this shadow looks like an elephant. anyhoo, brush butter on your rolled out dough rectangle.
Dear Ms. Paula Deen, My roommate, Maria, and I (pictured below) have wanted to write you for a long time now to thank you for being such a happy force in our lives. As graduate students, we're too often over-worked, almost always under-paid, and constantly surviving on far too little sleep, but whenever we hear your cheerful voice come through the television and see your love of life and your healthy appreciation for cream and butter, we can't help but smile along. Our absolute favorite Paula Deen moment has to be when you made a hamburger out of two donuts , complete with a fried egg and bacon!
I think you’ll love this colorful, pretty fruit salad, which is drizzled with a lovely orange-vanilla syrup, which glosses it up and makes it visually irresistible, which makes you want to stand over the bowl and slurp up every single bite, which won’t leave any for your brunch guests. So logic would probably tell you not not to make it. But I think you should go ahead and chance it!
When we first saw these cookie cutters in July, we decided that this is what we would send out as Christmas gifts for family and friends. They have been an absolute hit! We gave away over 24 sets of them all packaged up nicely, and the reviews from everyone have been along the lines that the cookies were so awesome, they didn't want to eat them (but when they did, they loved them). Now that being said, these are very labor intense cookies if you decide to go all the way from baking to icing. The cutters do an amazing job (with the recipe enclosed) to provide a beautiful cookie without the icing. Icing them takes on average 15 minutes per cookie, but it's so worth the smile and surprise on peoples' faces.
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Today is the big day. Today I turn the big 3-0. I don’t look a day over 29, do I?