I'm making this for dinner tonight. I was going to finish it on the grill but when it came out of the sous vide, it was already falling apart, so I'm finishing it in the oven. Smells good and my cat was going nuts trying to get some.
So very sick of stupid April 1st jokes.
My husband like veggie pizzas.
I tried one and had the opposite problem in regards to the "crust". It was so crisp, I was afraid I'd break a tooth. I had the veggie one and it was fine for pizza from a sandwich place. If you want real pizza, why are you at Subway?
I don't drink at all. Can I just replace the tequila with more broth?
I'm going to ask my son if I can borrow his sous-vide so I can try this recipe.
I'd like to see a recipe for berry or cherry butter. Apple butter is so common.
I loved it when I was a kid, but I doubt I'd like it now.
Can I use sour cream instead of crème fraîche?
I bought a pair of these at Costco several months ago. They are great for making cold brewed iced tea.
Why use bottled lime juice? Can I use real lime juice instead?
Frosted brown sugar cinnamon with butter. Sure, it killed the basselopes, but I'll take my chances.
Could I make this in a square baking pan instead of ramekins?
I made this today. It was excellent and easy to put together. I didn't have whipped cream so I served it with ice cream instead.
I make something very similar, except mine also has sweet bell peppers along with the hot peppers and onions. Is this water bath cannable?
When my oldest son still lived at home, if he was going to be out late with his friends he'd bring home a box of Donuttery's donuts as a "peace offering". It's one of the things I miss, now that he's moved out.
I used to do the thing with the cream packets as well. It was fun and not terribly "gross".
I used to love saladitos, which now the mere thought of makes me feel faint. Oh, the salt!
We do this, but I have a Keurig so it involves carefully cutting open each kcup and scraping out the coffee. It does require some extra effort but makes me feel better about the one-use system.
I've read through this recipe a couple times. You cook the onions and thyme. Then mix cheese, breadcrumbs, egg, milk and mustard and form into sausages. What do you do with the onion mixture? I assume it goes in with the cheese etc.
Some states, like California, require posting nutritional information on the board. It may be that Starbucks just makes one information board to meet the requirements of California (and New York I think).
I like Green Mountain Dark Magic. I may try the Barista Prime Italian though.
I get a ginormous tin of Starbucks hot cocoa from Costco. I think it must be the Classic stuff as it's mixed with milk. I think it's quite tasty. I use vanilla coconut milk to make it, so I get an extra hit of vanilla flavor.
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