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Thursdays around here are now Thirsty Thursdays, where I’ll share recipes for cocktails, mocktails, and just plain old nectar of the gods like this Cold-Brewed Iced Coffee. (See also: Meatless Mondays and Tuesday Tips . It’s gettin’ all crazy and stuff here on the Kitchen Treaty blog.)
There are two basic methods to test for how done your meat is while you are cooking it – use a meat thermometer, or press on the meat with your finger tips.
Snickers and Turtles Pie. Can we call it Snickurtle ??? I don’t know what/who/how to name this pie… it’s a pie where a snickers bar and a turtle candy meet and make a baby.
Carrot Cake: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (180 degrees C) and place rack in center of oven.
All things lime seem to have taken over my taste buds, especially lately.
X Equivalents and Conversions I love the fact that the site is a global community, but of course it does raise issues and problems, sourcing products is one (and see Sources & Stockists) and another thorny area is weights and measures. Obviously, when you move from one system of measurement to another, you are obliged to round up or down, so it's always going to be an approximation, but here is a table of conversions and equivalents, which should at least help!
Hey! I have a great idea. Why not start a holiday tradition of delivering these delicious cinnamon rolls to your friends and cohorts?
Today’s post comes by way of a special request from a reader comment when I published my recipe for No Bake Lemon Curd Cheesecake Bars a few weeks ago.
Jun 29 Not to sound full of myself, but I’m pretty sure this is the be all, end all of popsicle roundups.
While making bagels may seem challenging to home cooks, it's actually not as complicated as you might think. But before we get into the specific recipe and bagel-making process, let's explore a few urban myths: Do You Need a Special Type of Flour to Make Bagels?
For curd: Mix sugar and cornstarch in heavy large saucepan.
In a bowl, whisk together eggs and yolks for about 30 seconds. Combine the sugar and the seeds scraped from inside the vanilla bean and rub the sugar into the vanilla, which will help break up clumps. Continue whisking the egg mixture as you slowly stream the sugar mixture into the eggs.