I was watching my man Rick Steves on PBS last night. He visited Cornwall, England and has some pasties.
Also, some girlfriends and I have loved watching this Brit Masterpiece theater series called Downton Abbey.
We are going to have a final episode party, and I would love to bring some pasties.
Does anyone know a good authentic recipe?
I've searched the interwebs and haven't really seen anything conclusive.
I have a sourdough starter, and would like to use it in a bread that calls for commercial yeast. How can I convert the recipe from yeast to sourdough?
Yes, stuffing, not dressing! I know all the "dangers" associated with stuffing a bird, but I still like it. I've never met anyone who got sick from stuffing either.
And personally, I would cook a turkey just to get the drippings and deliciousness cooked into my stuffing, and not care how dry the bird gets! Everyone else can eat that. Just give me delicious from the bird stuffing!
My boyfriend and I recently made a sourdough starter. I love it (and am admittedly kind of proud of myself that it's going swimmingly), but am kind of struggling to find good recipes in which to use it.
I have made bread a few times, but wasn't super impressed with the results (however, it definitely could be user error, haha).
Do you know of any good books or online resources with sourdough recipes? Or anyone here have a good S-dough bread recipe? Or just any general advice?
hi, long time lurker, first time poster!
This is probably a basic question. I made homemade mac & cheese for the first time, using Martha Stewart's recipe. The cheese sauce turned grainy after I baked it.
Is there anyway to fix that? Did I not let the sauce cook long enough on the stove?
I read so many reviews about how awesome this recipe is, but it was only meh for me because of the sauce.
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