I'm looking for a pistachio cupcake (or cake) recipe that does not use white cake mix. Do you know of one? I have a vague idea of what I can do if not, but thought I'd check here first.
My fiance opened a bottle of vanilla honey mead this weekend. It was entirely too sweet for us to drink so instead of drain pouring it he asked if I'd be able to make anything with it. What immediately came to my mind was incorporating it in some sort of sweet bread or coffee cake, but I need some other suggestions too please. It's a big bottle! Thanks!
Every time I make banana nut muffins they come out of the oven nice and crisp on top. 24 hours later the top is soft and gooey. What gives?
I'm stumped for an idea for a cold dip for my NYE party that does not involve crab or spinach. Please help! Any recipe suggestions would be wonderful, thanks!
My mom gave me a bunch of bananas this past weekend, but I had already gone to the store and bought my own. What can I make with these ripening bananas besides banana muffins, bread and cake?
Visiting Hawaii in 2012 and would like to know what some of the best places to eat in Kauai are. Cheap eats as well as splurge suggestions are welcome!
Apologies in advance if this is a naive question, but after 3 tries I'm just not getting it. My fiance's boss gave us a pizza stone as an engagement gift. I was thrilled thinking this would solve my not-so crispy crust qualms from using a regular pizza pan, but I just can't seem to get it right. What's the secret? I dust the pan w/ corn meal before placing the pizza on it. One thing I might be doing wrong is I heat up the stone, put the pizza on and then put the toppings on. Could it be my dough? I usually use the following recipe and bake at 400 degrees F.
1/4 c. wheat flour
2 1/2 c. bread flour
2 tsp. kosher salt
1 tbsp. sugar
1 1/2 tsp. yeast dissolved in 1/2c. luke warm water
2 tbsp olive oil
Combine flour, sugar, salt, olive oil. Add yeast and water mixture. Continue to add water until the dough pulls away from the sides of the mixer. Roll out and let rise for 20 minutes.
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