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i was asked if i could collate my food entries into a single post, so here it is. once i get it up and running, i'll hot-link it permanently, and update it as i continue to add recipes. so here goes, in chronological order: please note that i am a verbose and pithy poster, so if you are here to find grub recipes, you'll have to put up with my ramblings to get to them. as always, if you try this recipe, or it inspires you to try something different, please let me know how it turned out. i'm always looking for fresh and clever ideas to improve my own cooking skills and recipes. for a complete list of my online recipes, follow the link here
Cinnamon Sugar Muffins For dessert, Michelle prepared a Cinnamon Sugar Muffins for the South Arm Older Adults Kitchen. She would love to have churros for the Mexican theme but it will be too tedious to prepare in the 2 hours kitchen. We baked the muffins in regular muffin tin. You can use mini muffin tins to make little morsel of this.
I love peanut butter , preferring creamy over chunky... but it doesn't really matter. I'm pretty sure I love peanut butter now as much as I ever did when I was a kid. What are some of your favorite ways to eat peanut butter and/or use it in other recipes? I've eaten peanut butter in just about every sandwich concoction I can think of... including PB&J of course, PB and mayo, PB and bologne (another kid thing), the Elvis , PB and applesauce.
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 .
December 18, 2008 | By Adam Roberts | 56 Comments If you haven’t heard about the no-knead bread by now, you clearly don’t read many food blogs (or newspapers, for that matter.) Last year, in The New York Times–actually, TWO years ago in The New York Times (the article was published November 8, 2006! Boy, I’m way behind on making this)–Mark Bittman coaxed a recipe from master bread baker Jim Lahey for perfect bakery-quality bread at home.
Out of sheer boredom around the house this morning, I came up with a tasty beverage: Mountain Dew and Cranberry Juice. Just mix equal parts of each. You get the great energy boost from the Mountain Dew , the vitamins and goodness of the Cranberry Juice , and the tartness and sweetness simply synergize. And it turns a pretty color.
I think you’ll love this colorful, pretty fruit salad, which is drizzled with a lovely orange-vanilla syrup, which glosses it up and makes it visually irresistible, which makes you want to stand over the bowl and slurp up every single bite, which won’t leave any for your brunch guests. So logic would probably tell you not not to make it. But I think you should go ahead and chance it! It’s that good. Slightly citrusy, nice and sweet, with a little hint of vanilla lusciousness. So simple to make, and you can use any fruit you want—melon chunks, orange pieces, apples, pears…the works.
The New York heat wave finally broke last night. Hot’s hot the world over, but if you’ve ever waited 20 minutes on a stinky 110°F subway platform, you know Big Apple summers are a special kind of hell. Apartments bake, blacktop wavers with steam, and even the local muggers are all like, “Forget wallets.
Mine: --Quesadillas (not just cheese--try canned (NOT pie filling!) pumpkin puree with green onions and pepper jack cheese, dip in green salsa with or without some avocado if on sale) --I second corn tortillas in large packages (though still not available in every market in country--just most!), use for chiliquilies (egg, tomato sauce, salsa, shredded corn tortilla), and one of my fave ultra cheap meals: QUICKIE FISH TACOS: Use decent-quality frozen fish sticks (wait for a sale; there's a Dr.
Easy to make savory rustic tart with Granny Smith apples, walnuts, maple syrup, thyme and gorgonzola cheese
Difficulty: Easy | Total Time: 15 minutes | Active Time: | Makes: one serving (multiply for more) A quick, delicious lunch or dinner that can be adapted to whatever you’ve got in the fridge. I made it last night, measuring everything this time, and revised the recipe below. Makes enough for two or three servings.
1 Make six-minute eggs: simmer gently, run under cold water until cool, then peel. Serve over steamed asparagus. 2 Toss a cup of chopped mixed herbs with a few tablespoons of olive oil in a hot pan.
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