I really love to cook (southern style), and I bake all the time (co-workers love my misadventures). I like to garden and be outside grilling whenever I can.
Cauliflower Gratin. Awesome!
ummm-let's see. No, can't say that. ummmm nope not that either. golly gee----no, never that. Gosh I don't know.
I love love white american. It just seems creamier and the flavor has a bit of a stronger taste to me.
Dang, now I need to get some and make a grilled cheese sammie!
They have actual "pasty" meat that you can purchase in the UP of Michigan. The miners wives would all get together once a week and make batches of these for their husbands to take down to work. They would stay warm in their pockets until they were ready to eat. I am informed that they are mighty tasty with ketchup. I actually order mine for my hubby at Pasty Central.
Arnold hit the nail on the head with his suggestion of a Chuck eye steak, I buy them all the time for myself. I freeze them and pull one out when I feel like a steak. It has almost the same consistancy of a ribeye, and can be very tender either med or well done. Saute up some canned shrooms with a little butter and onion. Throw a little salad together and you are good to go.
I have done my steaks either in a screaming hot pan on the stove, or under the broiler in my toaster oven. I just season with salt and pepper.
Huntsville, Tx on a laptop, 13 miles north on same laptop and my iphone.
Hmmmm, glass under a broiler? Someone whould have to prove that to me.
I on the other hand have experienced "rancid" butter. While Lemonfair said really no ill effects, it made me sicker than a dog. I left my butter out for WAY too long without using it. There is a limit to leaving it out. I prob left mine out for a week and a half, I do not recall the weather conditions. Just don't leave alot out at a time, and if you construct a butter bell situation change your water!
Merry Christmas to all of you at SE! May the 6th year be better than the first 5. I don't know how but........
Wait until you send it down the conveyer belt and the bag boy goes "hey its the lady that has a bag for her bag!" He does it everytime and just laughs.
I agree with Jerzee--it sounds like the chocolate. I also would like to know what you used.
I was gifted a bacon candle last year, and hope to receive another this year---YUM!
These do look amazing. I wish my family did breakfast sweets!
Oh Happy Happy Day to you SE!!
I absolutly love chedder cheese and pineapple!
I have my computer at work, so off and on during the day and I will normally look at it again in the evening after dinner and chores are finished.
Very similar to my Pasty recipe. We add potatos, onion, and use a lot of seasoning.
When I was stationed overseas I decided that I wanted to drink Gin. And I did--ALOT, in one night. The smell was coming out of my pores for a week. I cannot even stand to smell it anymore.
Then there was the time I got baby back ribs at Outback Steak House. I knew the bbq sauce seemed a little off. We live 45 miles from the restaurant, I made it approx 30 miles before I told Bill to pull the **** over NOW!
Fried potatos, onion, and kielbasa. Dinner of champions.
And thank you all very much, the B_I_N_G_O_ song is flowing freely around my head!
My first trip to Hawaii, and a whole roast pig. That thing was gigantic, crispy, moist, and I felt I had died and gone to Heaven.
Yes, I use Bakers and love it. I remember the dusting of pans while helping my mom bake.
I have heard these little buggers can be dangerous, but that is the coolest animal sound I have ever heard!
What is the Bak-Klene ZT? Is it a coating of some sort? Glad your cakes are all going to be great!
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