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I didn't have much time (or internet connection) lately to post this awesome recipe but it would be such a shame not to share it, even if it's Easter related, as it's so incredibly yum. So here it is, better late than never, right? Always, with no exception present on our Easter table, this recipe originally comes with lamb meat but as we are not lamb people (and no, it's not because we've seen "The silence of the lambs"), my beloved mom, that loves to follow traditions especially on the culinarydepar... read more »
Its Dinner Time! Though my favourite seafood, crabs, was not ordered, this IS THE MOST ENJOYABLE SEAFOOD dinner I had ever had.yet! A place perfect for the short legged. So my kids felt EXTREMELY COMFORTABLE, as it reminded them of their days in Kindergarten as it was stools that we sat on in the Seafood [...] read more »
Last weekend, me and my boyfriend, made this scrumptious Vegetarian dinner and I wanted to share the recipe with you. We got a few ideas off the internet and then cobbled this together ourselves to make our own yummy dinner.
For the flat bread, we used the bread maker to make it from scratch.
1 1/2 C. warm water1 tsp. salt1 Tbs. sugar4 C. flour1 1/2 Tbs olive oil2 tsp. yeast
This recipe makes kind of a lot of dough, we only really needed half the amount for this dinner, and the bread make... read more »
There is something to be said for the uprising of making and purchasing artisan products. Generally you will find these products are better for you, and if you are making them yourself – much more frugal than the counterparts that are made in a lab. In the past year I have developed a curiosity in making more things myself. Mostly out of necessity (we are earning half of what we were earning 2 years ago), but also out of logic. If items are relatively easy to learn, why don’t we make more of them ourselv... read more »
This recipe sounds so yummy that I just had to share I havent had the opportunity to try this one yet, but I will be trying it as soon as I get over this broken foot so I can get around the kitchen and back to cooking! read more »
INGREDIENTS300 g stale Tuscan bread400g dried white beansA cabbageA cabbage3 bunches of beets2 potatoes2 stalks of celery2 onionsA few tablespoons of tomato pasteOlive oilSalt and pepperPREPARATIONBoil the beans into two liters of cold water. Meanwhile in another pan fry, with 8 tablespoons of olive oil, chopped onions. When the onion wilts,dice the carrots, potatoes, trimm cabbage,beets and add them to the pot with the broth.Adjust seasoning to tasteand cook for a few minutes. Meanwhile, bl... read more »
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Its a great day to be Irish! Green everywhere, Corn beef and cabbage, Guinness, Irish Soda Bread, bagpipes and irish music is making me one happy girl. Unfortunately the weather here in St. Louis isnt the best for parade watching ( in the 30s, rainy/snowy) and Im feeling under the weather, but cheers to St. read more »
My family goes through a crazy amount of bread. I have a small family, and still they can get through three to four loaves of bread in a week. I am talking about the long sandwich loaves. I found it frustrating because we are living off of a single income in our house, so I like to save as much money as possible – but the bread kept disappearing. So I began hunting for a cheap way to make my own bread.
I was not real sure how I would do, as I had never made bread before. I also do not own a fancy bread ... read more »