Here's a recipe that I cannot take credit for, but "kneads" to be part of your baking repertoire. Making bread is usually a painstaking and messy process, but thanks to Jim Lahey at the Sullivan Street Bakery it is now something that any (and I mean any) home cook can easily pull off. This bread is unbelievably…
If you are looking for a quick, easy and delicious appetizer for your St. Patty's Day dinner, look no further. This is my go-to recipe for a great cheese spread that works perfectly with soda bread, crackers, thick pretzel sticks, or even apple slices.
If you love steak and you love sushi, this a recipe I highly urge you to try. It's simple, fast and incredibly delicious. The best part is you can substitute the filet with any type of steak, even ahi tuna. Enjoy!
Soupe l'oignon au gratin flambé (Baked and flamed French Onion Soup)
There is the gender distinction of the feminine Soupe from the common accents found upon the 'a' (à) and 'e' (gratiné), and the abbreviated determiner (l'). And then, my favorite, the word oignon itself, which gave a new use for my polyglot tongue of exaggerated French accents. Impressive, yes; delicious, you have no idea. I had fun with this robust plat principal.… Continue
Here's the latest recipe from chef Jill Fisher! Jill, a licensed Personal Chef, teaches cooking classes at Conejo Valley Adult School and Williams Sonoma in Thousand Oaks and has written articles for local food magazines such as 805 Living. In December,… Continue
Added by Conejo Joe on July 2, 2010 at 10:07am —
I am from the south part of Turkey where the RED PEPPER PASTE ıs the number one actor of the meals. Now here is the recipe, easy and YUMMY
* 1/2 kgs of minced meat ( beef and lamb meat mixed )
* 2 onions ( grated )
* 7-9 cloves of garlic ( crushed )
* Salt / Black Pepper / Thyme
* 7-8 slices of bread
* 1 tblsp of red pepper paste
* Some parcley
Put it together the night before.....my wife serves it whenever we have overnight guests. Thank you, Chris!
4 cups frozen shredded Southwestern-style hash brown potatoes....thawed
1 cup cubed fully cooked ham
1 can (4 ounces) chopped green chiles
1/2 cup shredded Monterey Jack Cheese
1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 can (12 ounces) evaporated milk
1/4 teaspoon… Continue
I love these corn cakes, they are sooooo good, well at least I think so. These are usually served with cheese or cream cheese, but I like them plain right out of the grill ...well ok, a little butter and syrup! The original Cachapas are basically made with just fresh grated corn kernels, a little salt, lard and sugar, but this version recipe is just as good!
NOTE: Please keep in mind the batter for this recipe must be creamy and thick, if it's to… Continue
In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make Grilled Chicken Breasts with Country Ham and Swiss Cheese. These chicken breasts are grilled on an outdoor grill, and when done they are topped with a thin slice of country ham and a sprinkling of Swiss cheese. They are very tasty!
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
4 slices of country ham, trimmed of fat (You may use prosciutto or another type of cured ham.)
1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
Added by Tony Pinto on June 5, 2010 at 11:08am —
Chef Kirk Leins and Tony Pinto from www.NoTimetoCook.com offered me the opportunity to work with them and I was magically able to "inspire" them to go plant-based with me for a few recipes. This is the first part of a two-part series and an additional series to come (in the…Continue
Although I am vegetarian, I don't usually go all-vegan, but I found an egg- and dairy-free pancake recipe on about.com while I was looking for a simple alternative to a box of Bisquick. I tweaked it a little, as suggested by some of the comments. We usually add chocolate chips to pancakes in our apartment, but we were out of those, and most of them include milk anyway. Then I remembered reading that most chocolate syrup is "accidentally" vegan… Continue
I have a confession to make. I love Hamburger Helper. Especially the Cheeseburger Macaroni kind. It's so easy to put together, and so, so cheesy. Inspired by my favorite boxed pasta meal, I decided to try to put together a version of my own. The cheese sauce is modified from a Parmesan cream sauce recipe, and everything else just came together. This cheesy hamburger macaroni boasts fewer preservatives and a more authentic cheese flavor than… Continue
The good folks over at Santa Barbara Spice Company were kind enough to send us some of their "El Capitan" spices to try out. We've been enjoying it in different recipes (pictures to come!), and will be giving some away in an upcoming contest, so stay tuned.
Here's a recent Fish Taco recipe from their web site:
I’m in my kitchen a lot and I love it. Kitchens really are the heart… Continue
Added by Tony Pinto on June 4, 2010 at 12:30pm —
Who doesn’t like baked beans? Preparing them may not be a difficult process, but it is time consuming. The following is a recipe for some great tasting baked beans that can be thrown together in a pinch. Let it be known that it’s a total cheat and is not meant to take the place of an authentic version made from scratch. But don’t be surprised if your fellow partygoers start hounding you for the recipe.
There are upsides and downsides to grilling steaks outdoors, whether it’s over charcoal, wood, or an open flame. Let’s start with the positives.
The primary reason to grill outdoors is flavor, especially when using either charcoal or wood as your fuel of choice. The smoke they create permeates anything sitting atop the grill, giving your food a quality that cannot be described with words.
But steaks also taste great when they’re cooked on a gas… Continue
Added by Kirk Leins on December 1, 2008 at 9:30pm —
I'll bet that when you think of "comfort foods," many of the dishes that come to mind are ones associated with the down-home style of southern cooking. Meals such as chicken-fried steak, biscuits and gravy, macaroni and cheese, and meatloaf are perfect examples.
But in my opinion, there is one southern comfort food that's at the head of the class. I'm talking about fried chicken. And if you're as big a fan as I am, you'll definitely want to read… Continue