A couple weeks ago, maybe the week after Thanksgiving, I saw a recipe for goat cheese and cranberry tartlets, made with either phyllo dough or puff pastry. I don't read a lot of food blogs, and I was sure that I saw the recipe here - I even remember a very pretty picture of a finished product. I wanted to make them for our Christmas spread, but after looking (and looking) and looking at other websites that I sometimes frequent, I am not coming up with anything. Does anyone else remember this? Or have a similar recipe that they could point me towards? I seriously feel like I am losing my mind! Did I just make them up?!
I bought frozen dough (at the grocery store, but really from a local-ish pizzeria) a couple of days ago (Saturday), thinking that I would be making pizza yesterday. I left it in the fridge to cold ferment, which I usually do with this dough for at least a couple of days. Well, between this and that, I can't make pizza until at least tomorrow or Friday. How can I tell if its still okay? This may sound like a silly question, but I really don't want to poison my daughter. And I don't have time to make my own (and I'm not very good at it anyway).
My husband asked me to find him a good cookbook for classic French cooking techniques and recipes. He's kitchen-taught and never went to culinary school. He recently took a new sous position and the owner would like him to rework the menu to be very basic/classic. He knows how to make a lot of things creatively, but would like to brush up on how you are actually supposed to make things, not the "Creative American Cuisine" way to do things. I am not opposed to buying second-hand, either! I appreciate any suggestions!
My husband (who is a chef) and I just moved into a smaller apartment. Our kitchen FLOOR has more space, but our kitchen CABINETS have been reduced by more than half. The cabinets we do have are shorter (read, half my wine glasses are now too tall to fit in them), and we have no pantry. And to top it all off, we have to go to two towns over to grocery shop now - so no running to the store for that day's meals.
Otherwise, its a great place to live. ;)
Can you guys make any recommendations for what the heck to do with all of the stuff (food and equipment) that now no longer fits in my kitchen!?!?
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