Italian Food Forever - Italian Recipes! Top 10 Recipes of 2010 ~ Recipes by Amanda's Cookin. Last year I did a round up of the 10 most visited posts of 2009 on this blog.
I was surprised to see that this year several posts from last year are still in the top 10! I just wanted to say thanks to all of you that read Amanda’s Cookin’, those of you that share my posts with your friends and family, and those that make my recipes and come back to tell me. Your feedback is invaluable to me, not to mention a fun ego boost. Hee hee. :) But seriously, I love working on this blog, being in the kitchen, and sharing my recipes with you. So now on with the countdown. . #10 - Brownies in a Cast Iron SkilletThis was actually one of my favorite recipes this year. . #9 - Monster BrowniesRemember these from Halloween? #8 - Thanksgiving CookiesThese were #4 last year and their popularity continued this year. . #7 - Banana Upside Down MuffinsThese were also in the countdown last year at #6, dropping only one notch! #6 - KFC ColeslawThis is really, really good.
And the #1 recipe of 2010 is… Food Pyramid Submissions. Top 10 DIY Food Geek Projects. Best Pizza Recipes at Epicurious. Most gawked all-time. 10 Gourmet Meals For $10 or Less. Photo: 10buckdinners.com Eating cheap is easy.
Given $10 to buy ingredients for a meal for four, even the most hopeless home cook could whip up grilled cheese and tomato soup or a simple spaghetti-and-meatballs combo. But putting together a gourmet dinner for under $10 is more challenging. So we asked food and finance bloggers, as well as home cooks, to send in their best suggestions.
(We’ve shared them below with recipe details, or, where available, linked to their blogs.) Now Frugal Foodie has a challenge you: what’s your best super-cheap yet gourmet meal? (All cost estimates are based on non-sale New York City supermarket prices. One Pan Chicken and Rice by Hilary Allard of Sliced and Diced Cost: $5.73, or $1.43 per serving. Allard’s sauté uses one pot and is finished in the oven, minimizing dishes as well as cost. Caramelized Cauliflower Fritatta by Michael Natkin of Herbivoracious Cost: $7.08, or $1.77 per serving Monday Spinach Rice Medley Cost: $7.15, or $1.79 per serving Venetian Chicken. Tastydays - Recipes, Cooking Videos, Food Dictionary & Ingredients.
Most favorited all-time. Eat Your Beer! , it's not just for kegs, cans, bottles, and buckets anymore. It's moved beyond the tap into a whole new territory -- . While many have tried to warn that man can't live on the beverage alone, now more than ever they may be wrong. Behold these nine ways that you can have your beer and eat it too: It was inevitable really, since everything from Twinkies to tomatoes have found themselves sizzling in grease, but it took just the right guy to actually figure out how to do it. Beer is poured inside a salty dough, sealed in a ravioli-like pouch, and fried. Earlier this month, reported on the Denver Beer Ice Cream Fest , which served up flavors like and .
Straight from England, you can order beer-flavored jelly candies shaped liked little beer glasses, complete with foam and everything. Not just some drunk guy's creation, this is a real menu item at Diablo Royale Este restaurant in New York. This surprisingly tasty dish requires you to shove a can of beer up a chicken's derriere before roasting. Around the World in 80 Dishes: Cuisines at Epicurious. 50 Easy Pizzas : Recipes and Cooking.
Foodbuzz 24, 24, 24: Chinese Buffet at Home. It is no secret that I have an obsession with Chinese cuisine.
The place that started it all was a local Chinese buffet here in Michigan. After frequent visits to the buffet over the years, I finally decided to take a stab at cooking my own Chinese dishes at home. The majority of the dishes were delicious and I began cooking different Chinese meals every week, but I had always wanted more variety just like the buffet. I had always wondered, “what if I could create a Chinese buffet at home?” I have wanted to do this for along time so I was very excited when I was chosen to be part of the 24,24,24 event presented by Foodbuzz. In this article I will explain how to create your own Chinese buffet at home.
The Menu:Main course- Sesame Chicken Orange Chicken Kung Pao Chicken Meat on a Stick (Chicken Skewers)Appetizers- Crab Rangoons Egg RollsSide Dishes- Garlic Green Beans Fried Rice Egg Drop SoupDessert- Buffet Style Doughnuts. Recipes – DinnerTool.com.