I'm in the process of cutting veg to make beef stew, and when I cut into one of the potatoes, it has a rotten spot in the middle of it. No other signs of rot at all, except for this purplish-black space in the center. Is it OK to trim around and still use or just pitch the whole thing? Found nothing on Google, so thought someone here could help me before I give us all botulism. Thanks!
If you love Drake's Funny Bones, you'll go peanuts over this super rich layer cake.
This recipe is my attempt to re-create the original version of this pie from the Brooklyn pie shop, Four and Twenty Blackbirds. It comes pretty darn close to replicating the original, which features a flaky all-butter crust, a layer of rich ganache, and a layer of gooey oatmeal that gets all caramelized and crisp on top.
Rich, chocolatey, salty, sweet, and easier to make than you might think.
The best endorsement I can give these caramels: I turned them into Christmas presents. Malty, sweet, and just a little crunchy, cut them as large or as small as you'd like, wrap them in wax paper, and get ready to be everyone's favorite this year.
With the summer officially over and winter creeping in, it's time to build up your repertoire of go-to soups, stews, and chilis like this one. Though it doesn't have the tomatoes found in many chili recipes, it highlights creamy cannellini beans, fresh poblano peppers, and green chilies.
Tiny and chubby apple cider doughnuts herald the fall season at the farmers' markets. This cake version is the 2.0 version.
In this famous Thai dish, tangy tamarind, crunchy peanuts, chewy rice noodles, palm sugar, and briny fish sauce combine into a hearty and flavorful way to serve up chicken. The key is a good balance between the tart tamarind, salty fish sauce, and sweet palm sugar.
Mustard-slathered beef rolls stuffed with veg, briny pickles and smoky bacon don't skimp on flavor. Meanwhile, comforting, lightly crisped spaetzle is a vehicle for sopping up savory pan sauce.
This healthy dish of ground chicken, shallots, mint, and cilantro is full of fresh and hot Southeast Asian flavors. Serve it as a crispy lettuce wrap or over rice. It can be on the table in under 30 minutes.
Simple and to the point, this pasta gets tossed with swiss chard and lemon ricotta. The hardest part of this might be finding the right balance of lemon and ricotta, but that's what this recipe is for! Swirl the ricotta into the long strands of spaghetti and you're left with a creamy, yet light spaghetti dinner. Need I mention that bacon also plays a role in this?
These lentil cakes are spiced up with some grated ginger, garam masala, and a spicy tomato-based sauce. You can make the sauce as spicy or as mild as you want by adding cayenne or chili flakes. Serve alongside rice for a delicious dish.
Long, hot days. Late nights. The smell of smoke in the air. It's summer in America, and we're grilling. Take cookout standards like ribs and chicken to the next level with these 12 recipes for barbecue sauce. Dr. Pepper sauce, Kansas City style sauce, and more.
Palm sugar lends a soft caramel flavor with a tinge of butterscotch that makes this ice cream special. Add coconut milk, eggs, and pandan to the team and we've got a combination of flavors that South East Asians have enjoyed for ages.
This easy sugar and cream pie has an inviting sweetness and custard-like consistency.
A light, green version of the classic French gratin, this baked zucchini crumble is inspired by Avignon and full of the flavors of wine, herbs, and lots of cheese.
Warm grilled salmon topped with a punchy Thai cucumber salad makes a refreshing and light main course. The dressing, made from fresh lime juice, garlic, fish sauce, and sugar, has that classic sweet-sour-salty Thai flavor; use it as a sauce to spoon liberally around the fish.
Philadelphia Butter Cake is almost indescribably rich: if you can imagine Gooey Butter cake but minus the cream cheese, and with a base that is somewhat like a crushed, compressed danish, you're getting the right idea.
On a Friday at just around beer o'clock, you want your fried chicken to have just a bit more... something. Flavor. Oomph. Whatever you want to call it. Here are seven recipes for seven different dipping sauces, each one with seven ingredients or fewer, designed to come together in seven minutes or less with absolutely no cooking.
A great way to serve oatmeal at brunch, this baked version is full of cinnamon, maple syrup, and Granny Smith apples.
[Photograph: Robyn Lee] Swapped at the 2011 Cookie Swap by Dulces / Let Them Eat Cake columnist Maria del Mar Sacasa...
Tow types of chocolate and hazelnuts in a buttery, crisp, and moist cookie.
I'd recommend cooking it in two batches to serve four (two servings are the most that can fit in a wok without overcrowding)....
We think these chocolate stout cupcakes topped with pretzels would fit right in at your local bar. Not exactly standard pub fare, but pretty close.