I would love to have a simple recipe for painting Christmas cookies, something the grandkids can do. I saw a recipe using powered sugar, milk, flavoring (vanilla or whatever) and Kayro syrup. No measurements were given. We used to paint cookies growng up using egg yolks. Any easy recommendations are welcome. Thanks.
Recommendations for "hole in the wall" places, or other "dives" to eat near Beach Avenue, Cape May, NJ for this weekend.
Today on the Washington Post website are the finalists of the peep diorma contest. Very creative. www.washingtonpost.com
After buying one bunch of cilantro to use in chicken enchiladas, I am left with quite a lot even after using it in salads. Can the leaves of this be frozen?
I put lemons in the refrigerator and noticed after a few days they started to get white patches on them, and get soft. I guess I should keep them out on the counter like tomatoes, or use them quicker!
I will be making a bar type cookie and using seedless raspberry jam to fill one pan and wanted to use lemon curd as a filling for the second one. Is there any reason lemon curd would not work. There is a bottom layer of dough and a top layer over the filling. Many thanks,
Instead of baking cookies for the cookie exchange I want to make a bar type cookie. I will be making a raspberry filling one and would like one for lemon. Any recipes?
Looking into purchasing a giant cupcake cake pan such as nordic ware or wilton, any preferences?
First, let's define pork roll: a ham-like product made from spiced ground pork emulsified into a log about four inches across, wrapped in cloth, and cooked. Because of its preparation, pork roll doesn't technically fall under the government's umbrella of "ham," which is why ever since 1906, it's been referred to by its current name, pork roll. It's Spam for people who don't want to admit they like Spam, if you know what I mean.