Salad in a Jar – SRC. Secret Recipe Club time, holla!
There are a ton of us in this, not so secret club, now. It’s rad! I look forward to ‘reveal day’ every month to see all the fantastic recipes that have been made. And quite honestly, I also look forward to seeing who got my blog. Of aaaaall the recipes they could have picked, why THAT one? So then, why do I chose the recipes I do? After reading pretty much every tidbit on Denise’s blog I concluded she’s an amazing woman, mom and wife. One of the great things about the SRC club is you can modify the recipe you choose. A few notes on the dressing: 1. 2. 3. Balsamic VinaigretteRecipe from Creative Kitchen Adventures 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil1 tbsp balsamic vinegar1-2 tbsp water (more or less depending on the consistency you want)2 tbsp honey (can be replaced with agave or brown sugar)1/4 tsp sea salt1/4 tsp black pepper DirectionsPlace all ingredients into a small jar (canning jar).
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Our 5 Favorite Recipes to Make after a Thundersnow: BA Daily: Blogs. Chai-Spiced Hot Chocolate; Photo by Elinor Carucci Yet another storm has covered the Northeast in more than a foot of snow.
Schools are shut down, commuter trains are canceled, and yellow buses remain tucked safely in their garages. What a great excuse to cook! Start with mugs of chai-spiced hot chocolate–a sweet way to welcome kids back indoors after a snow ball fight. Then fill your home with the scent of freshly baked scones and let a pot of chili simmer the day away. Nutmeg-Scented Scones; Photo by Elinor Carucci Eggs in Purgatory with Artichoke Hearts, Potatoes, and Capers; Photo by Levi Brown Beef and Dark Beer Chili; Photo by Brian Leatart. Budget Boosters at Epicurious. 10 DIY Budget-Stretching Tips Do your own prep While it's tempting to buy those prepared fruit salads, precut vegetables, and precleaned greens, you can save a lot by doing a little bit of the work.
Same goes for cheese: Buy a chunk and slice or grate it yourself. Invest in a freezer This lets you buy meats and vegetables in bulk or on sale, divide them into smaller serving sizes, and store safely for later use. Baltimore Bang Recipe Details. Slow Cooking Made Simple at Epicurious. Get the most out of your slow cooker.
Below are tips and recipes for successful slow cooking every time. Keep it convenient Make the slow cooker fit your schedule. Prepare a recipe in the morning and let the slow cooker work all day. Or, get everything ready the day before, cover and refrigerate overnight, and wait until morning to start slow cooking. Use fresh ingredients Avoid using frozen ingredients, especially meat and poultry, which take longer to cook and can disturb the overall timing of a recipe.
Stock the crock the right way For best results, the slow cooker should be half to two-thirds full. Keep the lid on, stir sparingly In general, keep the lid securely on the slow cooker to avoid heat loss, which slows down cooking. Season later, not sooner Slow cooking tends to mellow seasoning so be sure to taste your dish to see if you need to add additional salt and pepper at the end of cooking. Be careful when baking. Day 10: The Food-Lover's Cleanse: BA Daily: Blogs. Follow along as food writer Sara Dickerman cooks her way through our Food-Lover’s Cleanse, a two-week detox designed with rules and guidelines from nutritionist Marissa Lippert.
I’m usually proud of the spontaneity in my cooking. I’ll pick up something at the market and figure out how to build a meal with it, or I’ll just raid my own pantry and concoct something delicious with a can of garbanzos, a couple of aging celerystalks, and the salami leftover from some kid lunch earlier in the week. But the cleanse, of course, is already dictated for me. I’m missing that little creative spark that drives me to the kitchen every day.