Was watching Cupcake Wars last night with the family and mentioned to my husband (before the guy from MILK did it) that you could even make cupcakes inside of cake cones.
Well, once he saw them, he decided that he had to have Ice Cream Cone CupCakes for Father's Day this upcoming weekend.
Now, I'm an Engineer, not a chef but with three daughters (ages 13, 7, & 5) I figured the 4 of us should be able to figure something out.
But I was hoping some of the gang here at SE could at least point us in the right direction: good flavor/recipe for batter, frosting ideas or how to get a ganache that replicates hot fudge. i'm pretty sure I can handle the cherry on top though!
Thanks in Advance!
Well, it's apparent that many people here have nothing but disdain for Sandra and her Semi-Homemade show. My question is rather, what Food Network shows do folks on SE actually watch and enjoy?
My three girls and I are Food Network Junkies and we always can fall back on episodes of Big Daddy's House, Good Eats and Ace of Cakes on the DVR when there's nothing on. I think my 5 year old recognized Paula Deen before she even knew what a ktichen was!
So what's your guilty Food Network pleasure? Have you ever tried any recipes you saw on a show and how did it go? Personally, I've made Halushki that I saw on an episode of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives; red beans and rice from Big Daddy's House and Collard Greens featured on Good Eats.
Hi, I have a bit of a dilemma. I have never been exposed to a lot of sushi but at the new job I have, my boss is CRAZY about the stuff and often invites the team out for sushi with him.
The past few times I've had other engagements but I won't be able to hide out forever.
That being said, I need to some tips on how to start appreciating sushi especially since I've never been really exposed to it. I grew up in Georgia and rural upstate New York so sushi was not someting that was easily available or popular.
Any suggestions/recommendations would be great. I do love seafood (salmon, catfish, shrimp, fried clams, etc) but I would be completely lost as to what to order at a sushi bar. I'm not really big on heat in my spices so I know to stay away from Wasabi.
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