sugar cookie crust, lime cream cheese whipped cream filling, strawberry puree, strawberries
My sister got me an ice cream maker for xmas, and I'm going to be making her an ice cream caking for her birthday, which is the week before xmas, haha..but! That December baby requested a chocolate ice cream with white/vanilla cake, so I'm trying to think of what to do. I've already got my (errr..both our!) hearts set on nutella ice cream ( a la Chocolate & Zucchini), but I'm not sure what kind of cake to make..Any suggestions/ideas? Has anyone made a cake w/ frangelico??
thank you :)
I'm going to bake 2 acorn squash using the recipe from Simply Recipes, and I'm not sure what to serve with it..protein and one more side? suggestions please!
For the sake of conserving money, I finally pulled the 4lb package of chicken drumsticks out of the freezer, and now I'm debating what to do with them. I was considering bbq sauce..or baking them with lemon and pepper seasoning..but I'm kind of stuck..and indecisive. They don't all have to be used, but I need healthy inspiration (Dad has high BP and cholesterol). What would you do??
My boyfriend bought me a bottle of Mandarinetto from his trip to Italy, only I don't know what to do with it or how to drink it. Any ideas?
I'm leaving for a short Euro trip next week (Germany, the Netherlands, France, maybe Spain if i can squeeze) and as I haven't been there in almost exactly 20 years, I'm very excited this trip. Personally, I could live off of baguettes and carbs for the entire trip, but I'd really like suggestions.
So far the trip is: 1 day in Frankfurt, 4 days in Munich, 2 days in Amsterdam, 1 day The Hague, 2 days in Normandy & the Loire, 2 days in Paris, 2 days in Nice and then either squeezing 2 more days in Spain or in France.
Soo, suggestions please! :)
I'm not a red meat or pork eater, health reasons and they make me ridiculously sick, but other than that I'm pretty open!
And yes, I know weiner schniztel is Austrian.
I have a package of Knorr's Chicken bouillon, and I'm planning on making chicken pot pie tomorrow.
The problem is, I don't know how much water to add to make broth. The directions are in Arabic (I'm in Korea, I was lucky to find bouillon!) so I'm kind of SOL.
Anyone have an idea??
What's your favorite flavor donut? Favorite place to get them?
Are you a frosting person? A sprinkles person?
Cream-filled? Purist, like myself?
Here in Seoul, there are a lot of Dunkin' Donuts places all over, and while I *rarely* have eaten from there in the States, it's much different here, and I've enjoyed the different flavors. My favorite so far has been a purple sweet potato
My favorite donut is a plain, old-fashioned donut from the Piseco Lake Lodge in New York State's Adirondack park..
Okay, I'm going to need a little help with this.
I'm currently living in Seoul, ROK, and I don't have an oven!
I'm here through April, and frankly, I'm too lazy and cheap to buy a convection oven for 6 months. They're overpriced here and I'd have to find someone to buy it.
My dad is here this week and he has access to the commissary, where I spotted turkey breasts.
Now, here's where you guys can help me out:
I'm freezing them til Thanksgiving and want to make a small meal for me and a few friends, but I need stovetop turkey recipes!! I only have a 2 burner gas stove.
No microwave (overrated), toaster, etc.
I'm putting others in charge of sides, so I just need a way to make them taste as good as the whole baked turkey...or as close to it as possible.
I went to a KFC here today, because I needed some grilled chicken.
While I was successful in it, I also stumbled across that.
It's a fried chicken patty with a hashbrown on top, all stacked into a sandwich. The meal comes with fries (what no fake mashed potatoes?).
Artery clogging? Yes.
Tastey? I have no idea.
Too much potato for one person? You decide.
Does anyone have a soft sugar cookie recipe? I've tried a few, but I've yet to find that perfectly soft one I'm looking for.
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This collection of priceless moments just about sums up our year. Most of the photos fall under one of the following categories: cute dogs, cute babies, ridiculous quantities of a single item for a taste test (i.e. peanut butter, milk, and egg custards), Ed looking very pleased or displeased with a certain food, and many more snapshots of the SE family. Relive the memories with us!
[Photograph: Amazon.com] The more kitchen gadgets you amass, the more organizational support you need to keep them all in order. I've seen tons of spice racks, but this fancy carousel by KitchenArt ($32 at Amazon.com) seems to do it all. Not only is it designed to save space and keep your spices in uniform containers like most other models, but this one has a quirky little dial that lets you automatically dispense by the quarter teaspoon. Brilliant? I think so. I like that KitchenArt makes their spice carousel in two colors (black and white) to match your appliances, but what's better is that you can screw in an extra piece (included in the box) to hang the whole thing...