Freshly made marshmallows are soft, pillowy, and subtly fragrant, while most store-bought marshmallows are more like chewy cardboard. Best of all, you can customize your marshmallows in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and flavors. These marshmallow recipes will make you a believer--and if you are more interested in quick-and-easy candy, there are recipes using purchased marshmallows as well. 1. Basic Marshmallows Marshmallow Candy Recipes - Recipes for Homemade Marshmallows - How to Make Marshmallows
Winter does give us a few perks. I believe that we don’t need to stress out quite as much, when it comes to our wardrobe. 1. Get Off Your Butt and BAKE! » Impressive recipes made simple.
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PolitiCook biscuit on January 5th, 2013 Yesterday at the grocery, I found 3 pounds of oxtails on sale for a little more than $3. I nabbed all of them and am busy simmering them with lots of bay. I’ll keep simmering them for a day or so; every evening, I’ll cool them down and put them in the fridge so I can easily defat the broth, then simmer them some more. To hold me until they’re done, I have some faux baba ganoush (faux because I’m using an Egyptian hummus as a base instead of making my own), and I’m cooking up a head of cauliflower and 10 garlic cloves in some chicken stock for smashed cauliflower.
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I’m going a little crazy with feta… and tzatziki… and Greek stuff in general. Have you noticed? Didn’t think so. I know I tend to fly under the radar like that. Maybe I was Greek in my previous life? Seven Layer Crazy Greek Dip
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