Have you ever waited in one of those really long lines at the mall for a soft pretzel? You know…the ones for Auntie Anne’s, or Wetzel’s Pretzels? You just can’t help it, right? You can smell that darned cinnamon sugar and butter wafting over from like 100 feet away. Well try these at home, and you’ll never buy those mall pretzels ever again. There’s just no reason to anymore, because these homemade soft baked pretzels taste better and only cost a buck or two to make a whole tray.
When I tell you that, if forced, I had to pick one and only one recipe to share with you that this — my mother’s peasant bread — would be it, I am serious. I would almost in fact be OK ending the blog after this very post, retiring altogether from the wonderful world of food blogging, resting assured that you all had this knowledge at hand. This bread might just change your life. The reason I say this is simple.
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It's party time and as folks are gathering around, what do they look for? Appetizers! I'm a big fan of appetizers and can easily make a meal out of a handful of them. For me, a good spread of appetizers balances out different textures, flavors, colors and even temperatures. Here are 10 Holiday Appetizers to whet your appetite for the upcoming gatherings this season! These will go perfectly with a few wedges of good cheese, fresh fruit, toasted nuts and maybe a few slices of prosciutto, sopressata or even summer sausage.
Even though I have no problems digesting gluten, I love baking gluten free.Why? Because our lives are filled with gluten : bread, pasta, couscous, cracked wheat, cakes, cookies, scones, pastries, seitan-you get the drill. So why not eating something that tastes familiar, but completely different? I was never a wheat-enthusiast anyway.
Shoppers looking to save on holiday gifts may want to spend less time in the mall and more time in the kitchen. Despite a record Black Friday weekend, the average shopper is expected to spend about 2% less on gifts, decorations, and other things this year, says the National Retail Federation. The industry group also reported an increase in shoppers heading to supermarkets and craft and fabric stores, among other venues, to get their gifts. That’s a pretty smart way to curb your spending hangover and still end up with a gift that friends, family and coworkers will love.
So you've decided it's time to learn your way around the kitchen, but you don't really know where to start. From knife basics to budget stretching to proper food storage, here are the most important things you'll want to learn as you become a master chef. Photo remixed from an original by Zhukov Oleg/Shutterstock . 10.
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Remember when I told you I love chocolate? And then I proceeded to tell you I love all things guilt-free and delicious? Well here ya go, all that and more in these bite-sized cookies. Sure these cookies are filled with chunks of delicious chocolate and taste just as sinful as the next cookie, but in reality they are all ONE WW point each! These little cookies satisfy that must-have-chocolate-this-very-instant craving without packing on all the extra calories. Oh, and the portion sizes are perfect for you and your kids!
Did y’all know that you can take this and turn it into… This? And that this will eventually produce… This?