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Some say salsa is the basis of good Mexican-style cooking. Well, sure it is! We dip into salsa, top with it...we even cook with it!
Making your own salad dressings at home is one of those skills that's super easy and delicious.
M ayo has its detractors, and I count some close friends among them (if a tad begrudgingly).
Just the week before last, my favorite food writer from the LA Times came up with a brilliant recipe for homemade Nutella .
I used the recipe for Homemade "Maple" Syrup to give me inspiration for a syrup that we like a little more then the pure stuff. OMG was it good! Enjoy!
January 2, 2010 | Print | E-mail | Filed under vanilla I’m sure you’ve probably seen this everywhere by now, but since it was part of mine and hubby’s homemade Christmas gift baskets this year, I couldn’t post about it until now or I would have spoiled the surprise! When I first learned how easy it is to make your own vanilla extract though, I was so excited.
I don’t want you to get all freaked out about making your own pie crust.
I am a serious hot sauce fanatic.
I have yet another DIY food project for you today: homemade vanilla extract! I have to credit my friend Emily for turning me on to this one; I just started a few jars yesterday and in a month or so, fingers crossed, should have knock-your-socks off super-aromatic extract. Around us, the best price I can get vanilla beans for is about $1/bean, which up until recently I thought was a fairly good deal.
This is a handy mix that is easy to make and always great to have around.
Do you ever have one of those days when everything goes wrong? That was my day on Saturday.
Earlier this week I mentioned that I am not a fan of Martha Stewart.