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Blini with Dill crème fraiche & Cooking Blog

Blini with Dill crème fraiche & Cooking Blog
19th July 2012By EmmaPhotography by Emma My first encounter with these bite-sized pillow-y morsels dates back prior to the turn of this brand new century. To an afternoon in early autumn in a suburb on the outskirts of Paris named Fontenay Sous Bois. It was a Friday or Saturday, the afternoon light long and low as it stretched across an autumn sky streaked red and gold. I’m standing in the kitchen, its window faced out over the narrow street. The kitchen tiles are cool under my bare feet and the laughter of the children playing in the backyard drifts in through the open French doors. We warm the blini and pile them high with toppings; salmon, caviar, soft French cheese. I will never cease to be surprised by the power of food to stir memories and to create them anew. Makes approx 50 blini Blini 1. Related:  Recipe Index

Favorite Recipes from 2011 Can you believe 2011 is almost over? Where did the year go? 2011 was a pretty great year, especially for this little blog of mine. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.No Bake Nutter Butter Nutella Pie–this pie is amazing. Hope you all had a great year! Trackbacks/Pingbacks Pingback: Favorite Recipes from 2011 « Capppo Leave a Comment Creamy Caprese Pasta Sigh. It’s Monday. I know. You probably don’t have a smile on your face. That only means one thing. Mondays are for grown ups. But I have some good news! Monday just got a whole lot more tolerable. Shucks… I sort of like Monday now. So – the pasta! Am I gonna give it up or what? Creamy Caprese Pasta serves 4-6 1 pound whole wheat pasta (noodles such as penne work best) 1 cup of your favorite pasta/tomato sauce 1/3 cup heavy cream or half and half 1/3 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese + more for garnish 4 ounces fresh mozzarella, cut into cubes 1 pint of grape tomatoes (I cut some in half and left some whole) 1 bunch of fresh basil leaves Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. While pasta is cooking, heat tomato sauce over low heat in a large saucepan. Top with additional fresh basil and grated cheese. Take that Monday.

85+ Recipes For Home Canning: {Fruits & Vegetables} Today’s Recipe Hit List is a handy reference sheet listing dozens of different tutorials and recipes for canning assorted fruits and vegetables. I’ve handpicked these from around the net and focused on featuring those that are for long term storage (though there are a small number that go straight to the refrigerator, these are noted). It's Satisfying To Stock Up The Pantry With Canned Goods This collection highlights garden fresh produce that is pickled, packed in syrups or just in water and I’ve sorted them alphabetically (by vegetable or fruit item) so it will be easy to find what you’re looking for. If you’re more interested in jams, jellies and spreads, many have been already organized on other pages here (with some fruit butters and sauces referenced in the main alphabetical list below): Note: As with all the tips and lists here on Tipnut, this page will be updated as I come across new goodies so you may want to bookmark this page for reference. Apples: Asparagus: Beets: Cabbage: Carrots:

How to Cook With Coca Cola: 8 Methods Steps 1 Purchase your favorite cola. Make sure you have enough for the meal and some left over to have an enjoyable drink too. Ad 2 Select a recipe from the many suggested below. Method 1 of 8: Meat dishes with cola There are several great ways to prepare meat with cola. 1Barbecue with cola. 5 Brine a ham using cola. Sausage links 1Mix 12oz. of coke with your favorite BBQ sauce in a pot to cover your links. Method 2 of 8: Marinades and sauces with cola 1 Improve the barbecue sauce with cola. 2 Make a marinade with cola. Method 3 of 8: Spaghetti/pasta with cola 1Add around 50 ml (1.69 fl oz) of cola to the pasta and any tomato-based sauce. 2 Let this simmer for 10 minutes. Method 4 of 8: Baked potatoes/beans with cola 1In a baking dish, place potatoes or beans. 2 Bake this for 40 minutes to 1 hour at 243ºF/200ºC. Method 5 of 8: Onion soup with cola 1Melt butter in a pan, then add finely chopped onions.2Saute the onions until they become transparent. 5 Serve with Parmesan cheese. Video Tips Ad Warnings

Over 100 Quick and Easy Recipes We Have Preparation and Cooking Times of 30 Minutes or Less The majority of recipes we offer can be both prepared and cooked in 30 minutes or less, from start to finish. A number of them can also be prepared ahead of time and enjoyed later. Our Recipes Allow Flexibility and Adjustments We realize that if our recipes are going to fit your individual tastes, schedule and lifestyle, they can't just dictate exactly which ingredients you need and the exact amount of each one to use. The Recipe Assistant Are you interested in customizing your search for WHFoods recipes? How to Make Multiple Selections To make multiple selections on the "Foods to Include" or "Foods to Exclude" list, hold down the control key (on a PC) or Apple key (on a Mac) and click on the different foods that you would like to choose. Over 100 Quick and Easy Recipes Breakfast Salad Entrees Soups Fish Chicken and Turkey Lean Meat Vegetarian Entrees Side Salad/Dressings Side Vegetables Desserts Meatless Recipes

100 Delicious, Dirt-Cheap Recipes for the Starving Student - Online College Most students don’t have a lot of cash to spend on food, but that doesn’t mean you have to go hungry. With the right recipes and some kitchen savvy, you can eat great even on a student’s budget. Here we’ll share 100 tasty recipes that you can make on the cheap. Along with saving money on meals, budget-savvy students can also save big on a college education by attending inexpensive online colleges. Breakfast Get a good start to your day with these cheap-o breakfasts. Ramen A college staple gets dressed up in these recipes. Sandwiches Use these recipes to step up your sandwiches. One Pot These simple recipes can be pulled off in one pot. Salads Use these healthy recipes to make cheap, delicious salads. Casserole You’ll find delicious casseroles in these recipes. Pizza & Pasta Get your grains with these recipes. Entrees These recipes offer affordable main dishes. Sides Use these recipes to complement your entrees on the cheap. Desserts Satisfy your sweet tooth with these affordable dessert recipes.

Recipe Index You know those days when you wake up and your heart just feels full? Yep, right here. Full. And inspired. And humbled. And thankful. Wishing you all a great and meaningful weekend. Read more So, I did a juice cleanse earlier this week. That’s how it’s supposed to work, right? Well, since these cookies have peanut butter and banana in them, maybe that can at least partially count as health food. ;) Read more I probably should have poured a nice stiff drink recipe for you all on this loveliest of lovely tax days. Instead though, I thought I’d offer my idea of a more comforting alternative. Read more This past Friday night was meant for celebrating. The weather was sit-out-on-the-deck-in-the-cool-evening-breeze perfection. Read more TGIF, friends. Hope that you all have had a lovely week, and that a relaxing weekend lies ahead. Read more Ever since my friends and I met for a tapas happy hour at our neighborhood Spanish restaurant a few weeks ago, I’ve had sangria on my mind. Read more Read more

The Victory Garden . Eat From The Victory Garden to your kitchen, creative recipes you've seen on the show! Episode 3: Ohio Tandoori-Inspired Chicken Wings by Chef Jose Salazar Episode 6: Palm Beach Lionfish "Escabeche" by Chef Clay Conley Episode 7: Madison Chicken Larp by Chef Christine & Bounyoung Episode 10: Omaha Pumpkin Cornbread & Lentil Eggplant Chili by Chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz Episode 11: New Orleans Chicken and Shrimp Curry & Black Beans by Chef Donald Link Past Recipes Apple Sorbet Apple Sorbet with French Sorrel by Chef Ed Tuson Asian Beef Salad Served with garden greens, radishes and sugar snap peas by Chef Michel Nischan Asparagus Tempura with Dipping Sauce Crispy asparagus tempura served with a light dipping sauce by Chef Hiroko Shimbo Autumn Eggplant in Spicy-Sweet Vinegar Marinade Known in Japan as namban-nasu, this delicious dish can be prepared up to a day in advance by Chef Hiroko Shimbo Baked Plaice Served with herb butter by Chef Darina Allen

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