Sites. BBQ Shredded Beef. Now that my blog has hit the one year mark, I have been thinking about going back and re-doing a few of my older recipes.
I love creating new recipes, but sometimes it’s nice to make something familiar. So, in the coming months, you may see a few re-makes of some of my favorite recipes. I rarely follow recipes exactly (that goes for my own recipes, too)… So, I won’t be posting the exact same recipes over again. Instead, I’ll be going back through some of my favorites and adding a new twist. The first recipe I chose to re-visit was my Shredded Beef Tacos. This week, I decided to make shredded beef again, but I wasn’t in a spicy taco mood. BBQ Shredded Beef Heat the olive oil in a large, heavy skillet over medium-high heat. Sear the beef in the preheated skillet, cooking for a few minutes on each side, so that each surface caramelizes for extra flavor and texture. Reduce the heat on the pan to medium, and add the garlic and onions. Perfect Pot Roast.
Note: Today, since I’m making pot roast on my Food Network show, I’m bringing this, one of my very early cooking posts on The Pioneer Woman Cooks, up to the front.
Pot roast is one of my absolute favorite meals, and once you figure out the secret to making a good roast, there’s no going back! Original post: January 2008 I want you to embrace the pot roast, my friends! I had to kiss a lot of frogs before I found my prince, Marlboro Man. And I had to make a lot of really bad pot roasts to finally figure the whole dadgum thing out…and figure it out I did, thank the Lord above.
The meat you use is important. Applesauce: How to make homemade applesauce, easily! (with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step) Pdf print version You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive?
Not at all! Garlic Dill Pickles. How to make dill pickles, naturally - made easy, using natural ingredients, and illustrated! How to make dill pickles, naturally - made easy, using natural ingredients, and illustrated!
This month's notes: April 2014: Spring is just around the corner. Strawberries are here in Florida, Texas and California, next in late March and April for much of the South, then in May for most of the country and June in cooler northern areas. See how easy it is to make strawberry jam or strawberry-rhubarb jam! Organic farms are identified in green! See our guide to local fruit and vegetable festivals!.
Subscribe to our: Email alerts; Follow us on Twitter Add this page to your favorites! Yield: 7 to 9 pint jars Click here for a PDF print version Making and canning your own dill pickles the old-fashioned way, with all natural ingredients has never been easier!! Note: in Step 4 the cucumbers need to sit in brine for 12 hours, so plan ahead (I do that overnight) Click here for the page of frequently asked questions (with answers) about making pickles. How to Make Pickles: Organic Gardening. There's nothing more satisfying than hearing the seal "pop" on a new jar of ice-cold pickles.
Typically, that's when friends and family have gathered on a summer day, burgers are sizzling on the grill, and lemonade is chilling. A jar of supermarket gherkins might do, but don't deny yourself the pleasure—and the superfresh, homespun flavor—of making your own. Refrigerator pickles are easier than other pickling methods. To get going, gather up a few ingredients, starting with the star of the show: cucumbers. If homegrown cucumbers are not an option, buy organic ones at a local farmers' market or food co-op; many chain grocery stores also carry them. If using homegrown cucumbers, pick them first thing in the morning to get the best flavor. Thoroughly wash the cucumbers and assemble the spices. Another nice thing about refrigerator pickles is that they don't require a special technique or container. 1. 2. Makes 2 quarts (about 18 servings)
Creamy Tomato Soup Recipe. Craftsteak Onion Rings. Perfect Lemonade Recipe. Pumpkin Seed Brittle Recipe. Pumpkin Seed Brittle: Generously butter a large baking sheet.
Set aside. In a large skillet, over medium heat, toast the raw pumpkin seeds until lightly brown. Remove from heat and set aside. Have ready the baking soda, vanilla extract, and butter. In a medium sized saucepan over medium high heat, bring the water, corn syrup, and sugar to a boil, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon. Remove from heat and carefully stir in the baking soda, vanilla extract, and butter (the brittle will puff up) stirring until the foaming almost stops.
Makes about 1 1/2 pounds. Video: Uglies. Vegetarian Spring Rolls Recipe - Food.com - 130918. Pecan Pie V Recipe. Friday Football Foodie – Pizza Loaf, Watermelon-Vodka Slushlees, and Garlic Bits. The pre-season.
Supposedly “meaningless” games are spent trying to impress the coaches, shaking the rust off of the joints, and players doing their goddamn best not to get hurt. Well do you think you, the football fan, are any different? Are you ready for at least one – if not two – days spent entirely on your sofa? After a summer’s harvest of nothing but the freshest fruits and vegetables are you ready to settle in and allow yourself the unhealthy snack foods that are best enjoyed with copious amounts of booze and yelling? Can you whip-up something besides the number for Domino’s, (GOD HELP ME DO NOT TELL ME YOU ORDER DOMINO’S), that will feed you and your crew? I doubt it. If you go into September without at least one or two practice runs, you’re going to find yourself sad and lonely with just your box of Bugles and six-pack of Natty Light come kick-off. You will need: Dust your clean counter top with flour. Cover the dough with a layer of pepperoni.
Bake for 35 to 45 minutes. Blend.