One-pan meals including Duck cassolet From My Father’s Daughter: "I first had duck confit with my dad on a trip to Paris at a place called Josephine Chez Dumonet. I never realized how delicious, tender, and yet crispy duck could be. When I discovered cassoulet (in which duck confit is the star) I was transported. When I stopped eating pork and red meat, I couldn’t indulge in it anymore, so I set out to make my own. This pork-free version is rich and deeply flavored—a great one-pot weekend supper. ingredientsmakes 4 preparation 1.Combine the beans, leek leaf, 1 crushed clove garlic, a large pinch of salt, and the bouquet garni in a large saucepan. 2.In a large heavy pot, cook the duck bacon over medium-high heat for 3 minutes, or until beginning to render and brown. 3.Meanwhile, put the duck legs in a large frying pan and set it over medium heat. The recipe is excerpted from My Father's Daughter by Gwyneth Paltrow.
How To Make Croissants [Chocolate Croissants, Pumpkin Spice Croissants, and Cinnamon Sugar Croissants] I hope you’re ready to see a billion underexposed photos of the same exact dough over and over and over again. Please say yes, because you will be rewarded with this. This was a… project. I have been dying to try homemade croissants for ages, but after mention of them when I made almond joy scones, I could hardly wait. I have a very nostalgic reason for loving croissants: since I was young, each summer my grandma would always pick up a croissant from the Bread Box Bakery in Boyne City. But I also have a superficial reason for loving croissants: It’s Complicated. Too bad they don’t mention that it takes like 14 hours to really make croissants. I’m not about to tell you “oh! Oh… and I made four flavors of croissants: traditional, chocolate, cinnamon sugar and pumpkin spice. Easy enough… it all starts with some yeast and flour. I know you have all of the ingredients in your kitchen, which means you should probably start right now. No. All of this butter goes into the croissants. Croissants 1.
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Homemade Oreos Lately, my husband has been getting me into a bit of trouble. You see, he’s my taste tester. He’s not afraid to tell me when something I make is awful (it has happened before… believe me!), so I know he’ll give me an honest opinion. A few times lately (including yesterday when I was working on this particular recipe), he has raved on Facebook about what I made for him. In this case, the homemade oreos that my hubby was taunting his friends with on Facebook were already spoken for… Most of the cookies were destined for the cafe at our church. These homemade oreos are easy to make. Homemade Oreos(Makes approximately 3 dozen) For the cookies: 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened1 cup granulated sugar1 egg1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract2 cups all purpose flour3/4 cup dutch process cocoa powder1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder1 teaspoon salt For the filling: Begin by preparing the cookies. Meanwhile, whisk together the flour, cocoa, baking powder, and salt.
Lemon Ice Cream and Raspberry Granita Sundaes Recipe at Epicurious photo by Craig Cutler yield 2 servings active time 35 minutes total time 8 hours 35 minutes (including freezing time) Preparation Puree raspberries in processor until almost smooth. Bring 3/4 cup water and 1/2 cup sugar to boil in pan, stirring until sugar dissolves. Using fork, scrape surface of granita to form crystals. Kitchen 101: Cooking Methods Kitchen 101: Cooking Methods Buy the Cooking Methods Posters at The Sweet Tooth Paper Goods Company! Enter “LIFEHACKER” into the promo code box and get 10% off the Mixing Methods Poster! Slow and gentle, rough and fast, hot and wet. Some methods refer to where the heat is applied and others refer to the tool used to create heat. As for baking, you may be wondering just how many cooking methods are actually used in making pastries. Dry-Heat Cooking Methods The first of the two major categories in cooking methods is the Dry-Heat collection of methods. Baking Ninety percent of the recipes in this blog will call you to bake it at some point. Did you know? Baking refers to the cooking method that requires cooking in an enclosed space with dry heat. Tip: When using a convection oven, you can adjust the recipe by reducing the baking time by 25% or reducing the temperature by 25 degrees. Roasting Tip: When cooking large or tough cuts of meat, use a low temperature for a long cooking time. Barbecue
» One Pot Wonder Tomato Basil Pasta Recipe One Pot Wonder Pasta – BEFORE Once in awhile a dish comes along and stuns you and makes you rethink the way you cook. This miracle throw-everything-in-a-pot pasta dish has done that for me. You literally throw in all the ingredients for this dish – including the uncooked pasta – and then Flame On! You cook it all together and DO NOT DRAIN the pasta. You just cook it up and starch leaches out of the pasta and makes a rich, warm sauce for the noodles. I started with the idea from a photo I saw in this months’s Martha Stewart Living magazine, but I added some things to make this recipe my own and that I think make the dish even better: some crumbled oregano leaves and a little olive oil for richness. I was so nervous about cooking the linguine right with the other ingredients, but I took a leap of faith. NOTE: This recipe and new technique just scream out for experimentation by passionate cooks, so please feel free to tweak as desired, and come back and let us know your favorite version(s)!