excited about the donuts
I am pretty excited about the donuts, but I could also really use an easy bread recipe.
Cadbury mini eggs.
What were the proportions of your ganache? Because a thinner "pouring" ganache might give the result you are looking for with a glaze; with an intense flavor.
Cooked in butter. Crusty on the outside medium/ medium rare on the inside lots of salt and pepper.
aebelskivers with raspberry jam and sour cream
Make arroz con leche (latin rice pudding; most recipes contain no eggs. ) Personally, I don't really use a recipe but, there are a lot of good ones out there. Just, I prefer the medium grain rice. I feel like like it gives a nicer texture to the pudding. If you want to wing it I think about a cup of rice and 1/2 a cup sugar or to taste 1 tsp of vanilla 1/2 tsp of cinnamon. 1/4-/2 cup cream, amd enough milk to make pudding probably around 6 cups. Boil milk with cinnamon and sugar add rice. Drop the heat to medium stir regularly tilll thick and creamy. Taste the rice, If not done enough add more milk. When nice and thick add heavy cream and vanilla. Serve warm or cool for a couple hours. Not exactly traditional but tastes like the cuban restaurant I use to go to so I love it.
SAlt and pepper too of course.
My family's was a little different. First Fry up bacon. Depending on how much mashed potatoes add about 1/4 of four along with two eggs and about 5 scallions chopped. Stir to combine Crumble some bacon if you like. If not just form into patties and fry in bacon fat.
Nothing. But if I win it will be a party :D
he orders to much
cliche i know; but, chocolate
anyone where our three kids aren't with us.
what about peaches
I did some ginger snaps, oatmeal raisin, thumbprints with raspberry and blackberry jelly, pecan sandies, orange shortbread, divinity, and later today I am making cut outs if my kids feel a little better, everybody but the baby has a cold.
turkey mashed potatoes pumpkin cheesecake
Alton Brown has a lasagna made in a slow cooker with no sauce and just a little cheese check it out http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/slow-cooker-lasagna-recipe/index.html. The video is even up on food network for full episodes.
Aebleskivers for Christmas breakfast.
All of them but this time of year I have a special place in my heart for peppermint bark and cherry divinity.