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Week of Menus. Basil-Garlic and Orange-Honey Compound Butters - Cooking With Ruthie. You may be asking yourself ‘what in the world is a Compound Butter?’ Right about now… Basically, it’s butter with a bit of savory or sweet added in – most any combination will work. They’re SO simple to make but will give your table that little extra ‘something’. You’ll totally WOW all of your guests with a lovely array of beautiful and delicious compound butters.

In years past, I’ve also made Pumpkin-Lime and Cranberry-Orange and Roasted Garlic Herb Butter combinations too! Mmmm mmm. Compound Butters Author: Ruthie Serves: 18 Ingredients Garlic Basil Butter: ½ C butter, room temperature 2 Tbsp thinly sliced fresh basil leaves 1 clove garlic very finely minced Orange-Honey Butter: ½ C butter, room temperature 2 Tbsp honey 1 Tbsp orange zest Instructions In a small mixing bowl combine all ingredients for each flavor and mix until smooth and evenly distributed. Happiest of Monday’s! Much Peace and Love~ Ruthie. Cranberry Stuffed Brioche Wreath Recipe. Cranberry-Filled Chocolate Brioche Rolls | A Red Binder. You might not think that chocolate and cranberry would get along, but this variation of chocolate brioche will dispel any doubts you may have. The tart, orange-scented cranberry filling is the perfect partner to the rich, chocolate bread.

A little cream cheese frosting adds the finishing touch, with a balance of rich and sweet. These would make a very special addition to a holiday breakfast or brunch; and fresh cranberries are starting to appear in the supermarkets now. So indulge yourself with sweet, tart, delicious cranberry-chocolate rolls. Spiced Cranberry and Nut Swirl Bread | Playful Cooking. After few horrible turbulences and long flight hours, I finally reached home 🙂 The weather is neither cold nor too warm and surprisingly, I am enjoying the humidity. It’s hardly been a day and I have already eaten a lot of my favorite dishes. I am sure to gain some holiday weight 😉 Our first guest during the holiday season is Soma from eCurry whose recipes have always been a hit at my home. I have learnt a lot from her, like how to make the perfect Butter Chicken or how to make Naan and also my favorite – Sondesh.

She talks of food from her soul and every time she shares a memory, I see myself living a little bit of it. She is such a sweetheart 🙂 Today, she took some time out to answer few questions and share this delicious bread with us. Soma @ eCurry 1. I do not have much to say about myself; call me just an ordinary person who is striving to be the “perfect” (or super?) 2. LOL that name came out of no where! 3. Blogging is perhaps one of the best things that happened to me. Filling: How to Substitute Corn Syrup. Whenever I see a recipe that has corn syrup in it, I always flip the page. It's not that I am particularly against it. Corn syrup is not the same thing as the much-maligned high fructose corn syrup. While both are made from corn starch, corn syrup is 100% glucose while high fructose corn syrup has been processed to convert some of that glucose into fructose.

Research has shown that there might be negative effects from consuming large amounts of fructose in the form of high fructose corn syrup, but that research doesn't include regular corn syrup. So a spoonful of corn syrup in a recipe every now and then isn't any more harmful than a spoonful of sugar or another liquid sweetener. But because I rarely come across a recipe that calls for it, I just never bother to stock my kitchen with it. What can you use instead? Here's some of the best substitutions for corn syrup: Agave Nectar "If I had to make a substitution, I would probably try agave first. Brown Rice Syrup Honey Golden Syrup Cane Syrup. Cranberry Almond Coffee Cake | Favorite Family Recipes. Cinnamon Rolls with Cream Cheese Glaze recipe. I'm going to buck the trend and say these were good but not so crazy amazing that I won't tinker with the recipe, especially considering that this is a lot of work over an evening and morning when I have other cooking to do.

First the notes: I use unsalted butter for the pans, never spray, and it works perfectly. I had regular, not rapid rise, yeast on hand - it worked just fine however I did not allow the milk and butter to get above about 105 degrees f, as I was concerned about killing the yeast. It rose, all's well. Because these really are best straight out of the oven, or close to it, I put the buns in the fridge overnight. “Healthy” Brioche, Italian Style | corkandspoon. Sweet yeast bread & rolls Recipes. Menu Close submenuShop Close submenuCategories Close submenuFavorite Flavors Close submenuSpecial Diet Close submenuCollections Close submenuGifts & Gift Cards Close submenuSale & Specials Close submenuRecipes Close submenuBread Close submenuBreakfast & brunch Close submenuCake Close submenuCookies, bars & candy Close submenuEntrees, sides & appetizers Close submenuGluten-free Close submenuMixed bag Close submenuPies, tarts & turnovers Close submenuPizza & flatbread Close submenuScones Close submenuSourdough Close submenuWhole wheat/whole grain Close submenuLearn Close submenuBaking Guides Close submenuOur Products Close submenuOur Story Close submenuContact Us Customer Service Call800 827 6836 Baker's Hotline Call855 371 BAKE (2253) Bakery Café + Store Store802 649 3361 Café802 526 1845 Catering802 526 1854 Baking School Call800 652 3334 asdf Free shipping on your $59 order!

Share Sweet yeast bread & rolls Recipes showing 1-159 of 159 recipes Braided Lemon Bread Cinnamon Star Bread Cinnamon Bread Zwieback Brioche. About us. Authentic Polish Recipes - the best traditional collection online. Polish food has its admirers around the world. Now, using our Polish recipes collection, you can get to know how to prepare most of the characteristic and delicious meals of the Polish cuisine. Tasting Poland introduces a comprehensive set of authentic Polish recipes, which are very popular in Poland, and prepared on a common basis.

You will learn how to prepare Polish foods in a quick and hassle-free manner. Here, I made every effort to publish Polish recipes, that are explained in enough detail, since oftentimes the success of the food we prepare depends on the respective details. The majority of Polish food recipes on Tasting Poland is well-tried – these are reliable recipes I have tried myself, and they are based on authentic, original Polish cookbooks and culinary traditions. I genuinely hope that you will find helpful this authentic Polish recipe collection, and a true added value to the English-speaking Internet :) Good luck and Smacznego! Original recipes for Polish soups. Chocolate Chip and Peppermint Crunch Crackles Recipe. Photo by Brian Leatart yield Makes about 36 These fudgy treats, also known as crinkles, get their name from the small wrinkles that develop on top as they bake. Preparation Combine first 3 ingredients in heavy large saucepan.

Stir over low heat until chocolates melt and mixture is smooth. Remove pan from heat. Position rack in center of oven and preheat to 325°F. 15 Homemade energy bar recipes | Snappy Living. Bakingamoment. Strawberry Key Lime Pie Recipe. Different Types of Icing for Cookies | Wilton. Cookie sheets clattering in and out of the oven, the smell of butter and sugar in the air…this could only mean one thing… Tis the season for cookies! Whether you’re packaging cookies for shipping, gifting them to friends and neighbors or just arranging a platter for Santa Claus himself, there’s no denying that half the fun of baking holiday cookies is decorating them!

But which frosting is best for shipping? How do you store your cookies once they’re done? And how the heck do you actually USE royal icing? Well, we’re here to answer all these questions and more. From traditional buttercream to fondant, this collection of six cookie frostings will help you determine the best way to spruce up your holiday treats! Homemade Buttercream Frosting Try ours, you’ll love it! Rich and delicious, buttercream frosting is well-loved by bakers and decorators for its taste and versatility. Keep in mind that buttercream frosting does not dry hard – so package and store cookies with care. Pouch or Tube Icing. Swedish christmas northcott fabric | Etsy AU. Thecookierookie. Gingerbread Cookies with Eggnog Icing. These Gingerbread Cookies are moist and chewy and pair perfectly with the eggnog icing on top! They are Christmas in a cookie! One of my favorite kinds of messages that we’ve heard at our church recently are ones where Andy Stanley takes a topic and turns it on it’s head a bit.

He’ll take a topic in kind of an unexpected direction and end up giving a bit of a history lesson. I love it because there’s plenty of history that I don’t know. I also love it because it gives me a different way to think about something I’ve already thought and heard about plenty. Here’s one of my recent favorites on the Bible. Like I said, it’s not what you’d expect. And now he just started a new series on Christmas. I really do find history so interesting and if you do too, you should check out the message.

Now let’s chat about these cookies! The cookies are moist and chewy and they are topped with a delicious eggnog icing. I used a mix of spices in these little bites of heaven. Ingredients Instructions 1. Enjoy! “This was reality, she thought, this sense of clear outlines, of purpose, of lightness, of hope.” -Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged » Just a Smidgen. Harmonic Solstice To listen to music, is to be conveyed… back to a distinct instance every detail seen, every scent, and touch extant.. in unison and in harmony precise measures of time and tempo inscribed.. I was in my mid-20s… and enjoying a magical respite from teaching during those languorous Christmas holidays.

On this particular weekend I whiled away the days and nights.. laying completely prostrate, fixed flat on a pine bed nestled under a downy white quilt. The music softly playing in the background that weekend was Windham Hill’s Winter’s Solstice album and the book was Ayn Rand’s “Atlast Shrugged”. Today is the Winter Solstice and a turning point to reflect and journal simple pleasures that, for me, instill joy some new photos… new thoughts… paired with an old favorite from that weekend… and then a cookie or two… I searched high a low for a cookie that looked “celestial”, an orb.. shaped cookie fitting for a Winter Solstice… and found these… Winter Solstice Cookies Winter Solstice Cookies Related.

Joy's Creamy Carrot Pie Recipe. West Bank women. Women in the West Bank town of Nablus are preparing to open a cookery school to teach Palestinian specialties to foodie tourists. The school will be part of a cultural and social center, called Bait Al Karama, and will be the first women-led cookery school in the Palestinian Territories, according to its organizers. It has already joined the Slow Food movement, the international association set up to combat fast food culture and concerned with organic, locally-sourced food. Read Hungry for adventure? Head to West Bank cookery school and get recipes for Knafeh and Makloubet Zaher below.

Knafeh, a sweet made from specialty cheese, originally from Nablus Ingredients 1 packet Kataifi pastry (about 1 kg)1/2 pound melted butter melted (227 grams)1 pound Akkawi or Nabulsyya cheese (454 grams)1/2 pound Mozzarella cheese (227 grams) sugar syrup pistachios Cooking Directions Makloubet Zaher an upside-down dish with cauliflower, rice and beef In a large pan, brown the meat with the hot oil or samneh.

Slow Cooker Coq Au Vin - The Wilderness Wife. Cranberry Balsamic Roasted Chicken {Paleo} + VIDEO. Hoppin' John (Black-Eyed Peas with Kielbasa) Recipe. Yield Serves 4 There has been much debate over the strange name of this rice and bean combination. One theory suggests that "Hoppin' John" is a corruption of pois à pigeon, French for pigeon peas, with which the dish was originally made in the French colonies of the Caribbean, where it was likely created.

Preparation Quick-soak black-eyed peas. Quarter kielbasa lengthwise and cut quarters crosswise into 1/2-inch pieces. Chop onion and mince garlic. In a 3-quart heavy kettle cook kielbasa, onion, garlic, celery, jalapeño, and bay leaf in oil over moderate heat, stirring, until onion is softened. Serve Hoppin' John spooned over rice.

Mediterranean Chicken Salad Recipe. Print Photography Credit: Elise Bauer Do you have a favorite chicken salad? I love making chicken salad because it’s so versatile. You can easily make it ahead, it holds up well for a picnic or potluck, and you can eat it straight, in bread or toast as a sandwich, or toss it with lettuce or pasta. Here’s a tangy twist on the classic we know and love, a Mediterranean-style chicken salad with chopped poached chicken, lots of olives, capers, red onions soaked in red wine vinegar, and olive oil. Serve it straight, or toss it with some pasta! If you want to be extra fancy, make little boats with a spoonful of this chicken salad in endive leaves.

There are lots of uses for this basic salad. Or placing a spoonful into boats of endive lettuce. You could also stuff an avocado half with it, or stuff fresh tomatoes. Ingredients Optional: Method 1 Marinate the onion in vinegar: Mix the minced onion with the vinegar in a bowl and set aside. Hello! Recipe For Chicken Salad with Capers | Foodie in WV. When my husband and I were first married I struggled with leftovers. We would forget to eat them or I just re-heated everything in the microwave. I never really thought past the actual food as it was. Then after having kids I realized that I needed to start using leftovers in a more efficient way.

With two boys if I serve the exact same dish two days in a row they groan or refuse to eat it. However, if I reinvent it into a new dish they embrace it wholeheartedly. So I have learned to make multiple meals from one recipe. I made two versions of the chicken salad. 3 cups leftover chicken2 tablespoons capers2 dill half spears, choppeda small pinch of cayenne pepper1/4 teaspoon peppera pinch of paprikaenough mayo to make desired consistency1/2 of a small gala apple, chopped small squirt of dijon mustard For the gluten free sandwich shown above I followed the same recipe with the addition of dill seeds.

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