Celebrate the start of Spring with this Lemon Pound Cake--bright and just slightly tart from the addition of fresh lemon juice and zest. Delicious!
This bright and refreshing lemon pound cake is perfect for your Easter table, or for a Spring wedding or baby shower. Simply delicious!
My husband has been having a not-so-secret love affair with this granola....And I am perfectly okay with it. Peanut butter, flaxseed, oats, and chocolate chips make this one tasty breakfast treat!
Peanut Butter. Chocolate Chips. Granola. 'Nuf said.
My entry for the Instructables/Serious Eats Pi Day contest, inspired by the equation for the area of a circle, Pi(r)^2.
So here's the deal. I just got a Waring Pro brand homemade yogurt maker. I followed the directions (or so I thought) but my finished product is NOT what I was expecting. The yogurt was overly tart and not what I'm used to for a plain yogurt. For any of you yogurt makers out there, whats the deal?!
1. I used skim milk and 0% Fage for my starter. Skim milk is supposed to work fine, and the Fage says that it has active cultures in it.
2. The directions say to either heat the milk (to pasteurize it) or to bring it to room temp before adding the yogurt starter. I brought mine to room temp, because when I bring the yogurt maker back to my dorm next week, I will not be able to access a stove to heat the milk to high temps.
3. Because I didn't heat the milk, I took the direction's suggestion to add powdered milk to the milk and yogurt mixture to thicken the final product.
4. I left the yogurt in the machine for the correct timing.
Long story short, the yogurt turned out more gelatinous than creamy, and more tart than I feel comfortable eating.
I am involved in a kids cooking program (6th graders) and we are looking for different kid-friendly (both in making and in eating) recipes from different categories of food. I am in charge of the vegetarian category, and I'm looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack menus. Because the program consists of numerous groups each making food, the recipes do not have to be full meals (i.e, for lunch some type of sandwich would suffice, versus a sandwich, side, and drink).
I would appreciate any suggestions, either from personal vegetarian recipe collections or links to good websites!
Hi Everyone-I'm headed to Myrtle Beach this weekend with my family, and was wondering if anyone knew any good places to eat out. There are so many restaurants to choose from, so I would love some suggestions!
I'm headed off to NYC in a few weeks and am hoping to find a few bakeries to stop at. Do you have any favorites in the city? Do you know of any (ahem) healthy bakeries? Ones that specifically focus on making lower fat or lower sugar treats?
I'm really pretty clueless and I'd love any suggestions!!
Just a fun question.
My birthday is coming up, and I've been thinking about the type of birthday cake I want. How do you celebrate and what are your favorites? With ice cream or without (or perhaps the best of both worlds, an ice cream cake)? What kind of frosting?
Top of my list of foodie things to do in 2008 (hopefully January, 2008) is to try Greek yogurt. I've been seeing the name pop up in different places and was wondering just what is so good (or bad) about it. What brand should I go for? Is it good to eat with other foods, like regular yogurt or cottage cheese is with fruits and granolas?
I'd appreciate any words of wisdom!
With all this talk about Emeril leaving, people have been complaining that so many FN hosts are not actually great chefs. While I believe this is true, there are still a few that I like. Who is or was your favorite?
I have always liked Giada. She is talented in my opinion (unlike Sandra Lee), and her personality is not too much (like Emeril or Rachael). Plus, I love Italian cooking. She's best on her original "Everyday Italian" series versus her "Weekend Getaways".
I saw the first snow falling this morning when I woke up and it made me crave some hot cocoa to sip in front of the fireplace. It's so cheesy and unoriginal, I know, but true nonetheless! What is your favorite cozy, hot, winter food that makes you warm inside?
Oatmeal raisin, Double Chocolate Chip, Snickerdoodles...There are countless varieties, but most people have their very favorite. What is yours? Who makes it the best? Are you known for a particular cookie that you make yourself?
I found a recipe for Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies (It's got it all!) that I love and make often. I also love a cakey Pumpkin Spice cookie, especially at this time of year!
Tis the season for homemade, spice-filled foods. What are your favorite spices, and in what dishes do you use them?
I love cinnamon and add it to basically anything: hot cocoa, cereal, sticky buns, and my aunt's pumpkin pie. My mouth is watering just thinking about them!
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