Grilled Chicken Sandwich with Pesto Goat Cheese Spread Summer time means basil, and basil means pesto. But this isn’t a recipe for pesto - I make mine different every time – no, this is a recipe that takes pesto and makes it something more, something special. How do you make pesto, already chock full of robust herbiness and garlic, better? Two words: goat cheese. Think of this humble sandwich as a stage.
Whats on the menu? With approximately 45,000 menus dating from the 1840s to the present, The New York Public Library’s restaurant menu collection is one of the largest in the world, used by historians, chefs, novelists and everyday food enthusiasts. Trouble is, the menus are very difficult to search for the greatest treasures they contain: specific information about dishes, prices, the organization of meals, and all the stories these things tell us about the history of food and culture. To solve this, we’re working to improve the collection by transcribing the menus, dish by dish.
How to Make Homemade Candy Bars (Resolution Breaker) If you’re like most people, you probably started off the year with a whole list of resolutions: more sleep! Less coffee! More exercise! Pierogies Recipe at Epicurious.com Make dough: Put flour in a large shallow bowl and make a well in center. Add water, egg, oil, and salt to well and carefully beat together with a fork without incorporating flour. Continue stirring with a wooden spoon, gradually incorporating flour, until a soft dough forms. Transfer dough to a lightly floured surface and knead, dusting with flour as needed to keep dough from sticking, until smooth and elastic, about 8 minutes (dough will be very soft). Invert a bowl over dough and let stand at room temperature 1 hour. Make filling while dough stands: Peel potatoes and cut into 1-inch pieces.
Chicken Parmesan Wonton "Cupcakes" Chicken Parmesan Wonton “Cupcakes” Oh man, what a comeback! As several of you mentioned recently, it’s been a while since I posted a new savory wonton “cupcake” recipe. Chocolate Cupcakes with Flaming Strawberries Call me easily amused, but these little torch-topped cupcakes delight me. Besides being a cute novelty item for a party, I think they would add a little drama to the end of a romantic meal. I've been looking for something different to serve for Valentine's dessert, and this is definitely different. The strawberries are hollowed out and filled with a bit of liquor, then ignited with a match. Free Meal Plan: Lettuce Wraps It never fails-every time I go looking for recipes for meal plans, I end up with a dozen more links to recipes that I need to make, discover amazing sites, and marvel at the ingenuity of fellow food writers. In fact, I find myself using recipes from food blog more than from traditional magazines! This week there’s soup and salad, an interesting butternut squash quiche, to die for twice baked potatoes, and a tasty Chinese lettuce wrap that your kids will love.
Free Delicious Italian Recipes The local market ran Cornish hens on sale so I took advantage of the opportunity and decided on preparing this Baked Cornish Hen with Cumberland Sauce Recipe for supper. Up until this time I was not real familiar on exactly what Cumberland Sauce consisted of so I guess I kind of prepared this recipe out of curiosity; it kind of reminds me of a sweet and sour sauce, except the ingredients are a little different. Because this is a sauce I don’t normally run into I went to “Wikipedia” to get a little bit of a history on it. “Cumberland sauce is a fruit-based sauce, usually used on non-white meats such as venison, ham, and lamb. Created sometime in the late 19th century, the sauce was named for the Duke of Cumberland, who had ties to Hanover, Germany, where the sauce was invented.
No-Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars Oh how I love a treat that can be whipped up in about 15 minutes. My boys and their buddies couldn’t get enough of these Chewy Oreo Bars we had as an after school snack this week. Sometimes my spontaneous recipe creations turn out to be the most fun, lol! Yes you use an entire package of Oreo Cookies, but what you get in return is a marshmallow-y Oreo treat that is worth every bite Rinderrouladen - A Beef Rolls Recipe - German Culture The origin of the word "roulade" might be French but Rinderrouladen served in a red wine sauce, slices of beef rolled up with a special filling which in English are often called Rolled Beef or Beef Rollups, are a classic and favorite German meal that used to appear only on Sundays, or for special occasions. Now they are a traditional dinner choice, served throughout Germany at any time of the week or year but especially during the autumn and winter months. This is a family German Beef Rolls recipe, Hausfrauenart - home cooking, and is great to make a day ahead. Not only as it makes life easier for entertaining or for "meals in a rush", but because the seasonings have a chance to blend making a subtle difference to the flavor.
30 Superfood Recipes You've Never Tried Before You might also like: 50 Creative Ways to Eat More Quinoa Read More What the heck are these superfood things people keep talking about? Homemade Oreos Fact #1: I made Oreos. I didn’t think it was possible, either. Fact #2: They tasted just like the real ones.. on crack. So much better. Chicago Style Italian Beef Sandwich We wanted to make many different things for this party but a lot of the ideas fell through. One of the ideas was cheesesteaks but we didn't want Mandi to be on the grill all night. We were watching Man v. Food on the travel channel (have you seen it? Think Diners Drive-ins and Dives minus awful catchphrases, frosted tips, and backwards sunglasses, and plus a fun eating challenge) and they were in Chicago (another plus to MvF, one city at a time.) On that episode Mandi and I saw a sandwich we had never seen before.
po' man meals - cheesy roasted broccoli patties the love for broccoli in my house is...divided. me and my girls will steam some broccoli, throw a little butter/salt on it them and eat a big o' HUGE bowl of it, content as can be. my boys? not so much. when the broccoli comes out of the fridge, they take off running in the other direction. at best, i can cut it up into little itsy bitsy pieces and stir it into some rice and my eldest son with eat it. but i had a plan. you can't mess with momma. i made these delicious patties with cheese and panko breadcrumbs for some crunch. then i roasted the mess out of them until they were browned and crunchy, yet cheesy in the middle. roasting the broccoli made it taste nutty and extra good. the result? no division now exists in the smith household! united we stand!