- The Wednesday Chef Recipes in bold are my favorites. Breakfast********BagelsPeter Reinhart's BagelsBanana Chocolate Walnut BreadBanana Coconut BreadBanana Bread with Chocolate and Crystallized GingerBlueberry Bannock Scone Buttermilk-Brown Sugar WafflesBrown Bread MuffinsCardamom Lemon Soda BreadCherry Cornmeal SconesChocolate-Almond Whirligig BunsCocoa Banana BreadCoconut BreadCornmeal-Cranberry PancakesFrench Chocolate GranolaHazelnut-Lemon-Ricotta PancakesLemon-Poppyseed SconesMalted Corn PancakesMaple SconesMaple-Pecan MuffinsMaple Pecan Muffins, low-fatNew England Spider CakeOatmeal PancakesPancakes with Lemon and SugarPerfect Fried EggsPoached Scrambled EggsPorridgePrune and Caraway SconesPumpkin BreadRaised Buckwheat Belgian WafflesRevueltos con ChorizoTweety ScrambleSour Milk Griddle-CakesWhole-Wheat Sweet Potato MuffinsYeast-Raised Waffles
Online, on your plate: summer recipes from hit website Pinterest Fruit Salad Ice Pops 1 peach, cut into 1cm slices2 kiwis, peeled and sliced into 5mm rounds75g blueberries110g strawberries, hulled and halved 350-500ml white grape juice Snugly arrange some of each fruit in eight 75g ice lolly moulds. Pour enough juice into each mould to just cover the fruit. From marthastewart.com Annie's Fruit Salsa and Cinnamon Chips Serves 10 2 kiwis, peeled and diced2 apples, peeled, cored and diced225g raspberries450g strawberries, diced2 tbsp white sugar1 tbsp brown sugar3 tbsp jam For the cinnamon chips10 flour tortillasButter-flavoured cooking spray2 tbsp cinnamon sugar In a medium-sized bowl, mix together all the chopped and whole fruit, the sugar and jam. Heat the oven to 180C/350F/gas mark 4. From morganmoore.typepad.com. Cheesecake-stuffed strawberries Makes approx 12 450g large strawberries230g cream cheese, softened3-4 tbsp icing sugar1 tsp vanilla extractDigestive biscuit crumbs Beat the cream cheese, sugar and vanilla until creamy. Watermelon-Berry Sorbet
Kibbeh (Beef and Bulgur Wheat Meatballs) Enlarge Credit: Todd Coleman MAKES 16 FOR THE FILLING:1 tbsp. olive oil, plus more to garnish1 medium yellow onion, roughly chopped8 oz. ground beef sirloin1 tsp. kosher salt¼ tsp. ground allspice¼ tsp. ground cinnamon¼ cup pine nuts, toasted1 tbsp. ground sumac, plus more to garnish FOR THE SHELL:1½ cups fine bulgur1 tbsp. kosher salt½ tsp. ground allspice½ tsp. ground cinnamon¼ tsp. ground black pepper1 small yellow onion, finely chopped1½ lb. lamb shoulder, trimmed of all fat and sinewCanola oil, for fryingPlain yogurt, for servingMint leaves, to garnish 1. 2. 3. 4. See all 150 classic recipes featured in our 150th issue »
Recipe Index Sides and Starters Salads Chopped SaladsBlood Orange and Avocado SaladClassic Potato and Egg (pictured, right)Arugula with Butternut Squash, Lentils, Candied Pecans, and FetaArugula Salad with Bacon and Jerusalem ArtichokesBeets and Goat CheeseCabbage and Peanut-Corn SlawWhite Bean and Kale Salad (pictured, center)All-Purpose VinaigretteSummer Chicken and Arugula SaladMatt and Ted Lee’s Cherry Tomato and Soybeans with Buttermilk Dressing (pictured, left)Cobb SaladThree Fruit-Nut-Cheese SaladsAsian Shredded Chicken Salad with Cabbage and PeanutsAsian Style Slaw with PeanutsSorrel Salad with Mint, Peas, ParmesanClassic Egg and Potato SaladWheatberry Salad with Feta, Dried Cherries, and WalnutsArugula with Radishes and Mint Shredded Kale with AvocadoBeets with Oranges and Feta Soups Tomato and White Bean SoupAvgolemeno (Greek Chicken Soup)The Best Minestrone (pictured)Butternut Squash SoupAvocado and Cucumber SoupTortilla SoupSplit Pea with HamChicken and Barley Soup Sandwiches Snacks
If You've Ever Eaten Pizza Before, This Will Blow Your Mind (Maybe Literally) I love pizza! It’s one of my top favorite foods next to kale and cake. And I know I’m not the only one that loves it, either. Recently, the USDA conducted a study which revealed the enormous amount of pizza we consume in the United States. When I started researching pizza ingredients, one thing became abundantly clear. The only way to find out what may be lurking in your pizza is to review its complete ingredient list, which is often concealed from the public. Little Caesars, California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) and Mellow Mushroom have all refused to answer my questions about their ingredients. After sending me their dough ingredients, CPK suddenly claimed that due to “proprietary restrictions” they can’t disclose their full ingredient lists. I called many local pizza restaurants and was informed that it’s their policy to NOT disclose ingredients to their customers. Why are the ingredients so hard to find? Well, I’ll tell you what they’re hiding: Lots and lots of hidden MSG!
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