Right@Home™ > Food & Cooking > Recipes > Pumpkin Pizza A tangy-sweet pumpkin sauce is the surprising base of this pizza topped with shallots, grapes and, naturally, mozzarella. Serve this creative and flavorful pizza for your next girls' night—the simple recipe even makes enough pumpkin sauce to freeze for your next get-together. step 1Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. step 2In a large, nonstick skillet over low heat add the olive oil and 3 Tablespoons water. step 3Meanwhile, in a medium-size pot over medium heat combine the pumpkin puree, 1 cup water, cider vinegar, rosemary, salt and maple syrup. step 4Place the pizza crust in the oven directly on the middle rack, top side down. step 5Using a large spatula and oven mitts, carefully remove the pizza. chef's notes This recipe makes a double batch of the delicious pumpkin sauce. If your family makes pizza a lot, investing in a pizza peel and a pizza stone will help you get pizzeria-quality results. Variation Seedless green grapes can be used instead of red.
baked eggs The Domestic Mama & The Village Cook Years ago, my first husband gave me these darling little egg coddle-rs, and I learned that coddled eggs are eggs baked with cream and butter. Mmm, sounds good, huh? Add cheese and you have breakfast bliss. And buttered toast, coffee and orange juice and you have a commercial. Cereal commercials make me laugh sometimes. When I give my kids cereal, they’re lucky to get a napkin. I’m just sayin’… These are easy. It’s so nice to not stand by a stove sometimes. To make these: Place about a teaspoon of butter into a ramekin. Crack an egg in each, and sprinkle with some herbs, salt, pepper and a bit of shredded cheese. What herbs? Bake at 350 for about 20 minutes. Don’t you just want to dip toast in that? Oh yes!!!! baked eggs Author: michelle keith Recipe type: breakfast 4 eggs4 teaspoons butter4 tablespoons milk or creamsalt, pepper, herbs
5 Ways in Which You Can Improve Your Connection With Your Fans Immediately | official.fm blog: Your music. Your way. March 25th, 2011 | how-to Official.fm’s team includes all kinds of people. Many of the folks involved in building the tools and features are artists, musicians or even scientists. There are people who’ve been around in the start-up business for a while, but also music biz veterans. I myself spent chunks of the last two years on my thesis researching models for successfully marketing music while fully acknowledging the reality of the digital age. Sharing is caring, whether it’s candy or ideas, so here are some quick music marketing tips! Treat your first followers like royalty. Get busy and let us know how this works out for you! The official.fm crew wishes you a great weekend! P.S.
Pasta ai Quattro Formaggi I included this recipe in the Black Heels book because it’s one of the first (disastrous) things I cooked for Marlboro Man when we were dating. It was my favorite pasta dish from my favorite restaurant in all of Los Angeles: Intermezzo in West Hollywood. Intermezzo was where my friends and I would go when we felt as though we’d earned a nice dinner out after studying for a whole hour or so…and it’s where we’d have our parents take us to dinner when they’d come visit us at school. Intermezzo was a dreamy, wonderful place with an outdoor covered patio peppered with trees and tiny white lights. The dish I ordered with the most frequency was angel hair with four cheeses. Through the years, I’ve improved my technique and still make Pasta ai Quattro Formaggi anytime I need a taste of the L.A. days…or whenever I need a good, rich carb dish next to a juicy fillet or rib-eye. Make this for your sweetie on Valentine’s Day. It will light up your life. First, grate up four cheeses. Get it? Ingredients
Spinach-Artichoke Hummus and Cheesy Toast Serves 4-6 servings Originally aired November 7, 2007 1 15-ounce can chickpeas 2 tablespoons tahini 1 garlic clove Juice of 1 lemon Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil (EVOO) 1 10-ounce box chopped frozen spinach, defrosted and drained well 1 15-ounce can artichokes, drained and coarsely chopped 1/2 to 3/4 cup grated Parmigiano-Reggiano or Asiago cheese 1 baguette, cut into slices 1/4-inch thick Preheat broiler to high. In the food processor, combine chickpeas, tahini, garlic, lemon juice, salt, freshly ground black pepper and EVOO, and puree until smooth. Transfer the hummus to a bowl, add the spinach, artichokes, 1/4 cup of the grated cheese and mix to combine. Sprinkle the remaining grated Parmigiano-Reggiano or Asiago cheese on the baguette slices and toast them under the broiler until the cheese is golden and melted.
Penn's Leadership for Social Change Masters Program Pumpkin Dip • Masshole Mommy Do you ever get invited to a halloween party, but you’re unsure of what to bring. Of course you can’t show up empty handed. Here’s a simple recipe for pumpkin dip that’s really easy to make and is sure to impress the host! Here’s what you need: 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened2 cups confectioners’ sugar1 (15 ounce) can solid pack pumpkin1 tablespoon ground cinnamon1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice1 teaspoon frozen orange juice concentrate Here’s what you do: In a medium bowl, blend the cream cheese and confectioners’ sugar until it’s smooth. The first time I ever tried this, it was served in a small hollowed out pumpkin. Awesome Google Products You Probably Haven’t Heard Of As we all know, Google is the most valuable brand in the world and it is now providing us with a lot of great free services such as Gmail or Google Search. However, definitely Google doesn’t want to stop creating new services. In the near future, Google is expected to offer many others to serve our lives better. Here are some of their interesting ideas: Google Body Browser Google Body provides a detailed 3D model of the human body and we can easily observe anatomical layers, zoom in, and navigate to any parts. Google Listen Google Listen is a solution for Android users who don’t have time to follow the news via RSS. Google Mars It seems like the success of Google Earth is not enough for Google. Google Wedding This service could help you simplify wedding planning. Aardvark Aardvark is the place you can ask questions that are difficult to find exact answers elsewhere on the Internet. If you know more interesting Google’s stuffs, share with us below.