How to cook perfect cheese soufflé | Life and style Soufflés are God's gift to the dinner party cook. Somehow, this classic egg dish has acquired a fiendish reputation for failure that quite belies its simplicity, which means that anyone who manages to serve anything more voluminous than a water biscuit will be feted as the greatest chef since – well, that one who won the latest series of MasterChef. Even the name is in on the joke: far from the whispered breath of the word, soufflé is actually both tough and dependable. Hardly romantic, but a useful recipe to have in one's armoury nevertheless. To master the soufflé, you must first understand it.
Happy 4th of July!! I know its kinda late in the day over here on the East Coast, as the 4th of July is coming to an end. I will be posting more 4th of July Recipes later to keep a record of for next year, but I really wanted to share this one now. It is pretty much the coolest punch ever haha. (Either in a Glass or a drink dispenser) Big Bears Wife: Independence Punch
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Wedding Season has Begun!!! | My Sweet and Saucy Boy have we been busy, busy, busy at the shop! Two weeks ago I had 8 weddings in one weekend, this weekend we have 6, and next weekend we have 8 again! With that being said, I have LOTS of fun photos to share with you and I hope you enjoy them!
So if you’re familiar with Cafe Rio, a Utah-based fresh Mex chain that’s kind of starting to spread throughout the rest of the United States, you may have seen this chicken recipe floating around the Internet. I’ve done some poking and prodding and I’m not exactly sure WHERE it originated, but if you google Cafe Rio chicken, invariably a WHOLE BUNCH of blogs will pop up with a recipe for Crock Pot chicken and Italian salad dressing and a packet of Ranch. Which is cool, because it’s super delicious. But I’ve eaten a lot of Cafe Rio chicken in my days and I’m pretty sure this isn’t actually Cafe Rio chicken (I think it’s the cumin…shhhh.). Which is cool because even if it’s not really Cafe Rio chicken (who am I to say that?
Admin Note: Since this post, I’ve remade these using a better technique. Be sure to check out my Breakfast Sandwiches Revisited. After I made baked chicken nuggets a few weeks ago and explained my deal with Betsy (if she wants something from McD’s, I try to make it for her), I got a few emails saying that the only meal some people will eat at McDonald’s is breakfast. This struck me as kind of odd because most of the stuff on their breakfast menu is even easier to reproduce at home than the stuff on their other menus. Take their classic Egg McMuffin for example. I was able to make some breakfast sandwiches in no time that I would put up against their version any day of the week.
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“Scalloped” is an attractive word, isn’t it? When I hear it I think of several things: first, there’s scallops, as in the seafood—totally delicious. Then there’s the scalloped shape that can live on the edge of a pair of shorts or on the collar of a woman’s blouse—always pretty and dainty.
Homemade Air-popped Microwaveable Popcorn June 17th, 2009 by katie Don’t you just love popcorn? I think popcorn is one of those few perfect snacks. It is high in fiber and protein, it counts as a whole grain serving, it is fun to eat and quick to make, and you get a lot of it for not too many calories.
I owe a debt of gratitude to Moroccan cooking expert Kitty Morse. After all, she’s the one who taught me just how easy it is to make my own preserved lemons. How easy? So easy that you don’t even need a real recipe for it. I took a cooking class at Draeger’s years ago that Morse taught.
Healthy Halloween Treats & Snacks For kids, Halloween is all about dressing up in silly costumes, getting candy and having fun with friends. However, Halloween can also be dangerous and unnerving if you are a parent. Strangers give out candy, pranksters throw eggs at houses and young kids can get hurt among a throng of bigger kids. You can alleviate much of your Halloween fears by taking matters into your own hands with safe, but still entertaining alternative activities to traditional Halloween events. Traditional trick or treating takes place after dark, going door to door in the neighborhood. However, these days it's possible you don't know many of your neighbors, which makes parents uncomfortable about knocking on the doors of strangers, especially in the dark of night.