If you stopped by a soda fountain today, which you can hardly do anymore, you’d find hand-made Cokes, you’d have also seen a stand holding a container of Horlick’s Malt Powder. Now, these are all gone, except powdered malt which is now readily available in supermarkets near the cocoa and hot drink section.
Malt starts as sprouted barley which is dried then ground into powder. It is combined with dried milk to become malted milk which goes on to be malt balls, Ovaltine, milkshakes and an important kitchen cooking ingredient. Malt’s flavor can be described as subtle, roasted and a bit nutty. When malt doesn’t become malted powder it goes on to be important in the making of beer, whiskey and malt vinegar. Continue reading →
Hot Buttered Rum, the drink, like a cake, starts with a batter! Originally a get-well drink for sea-battered sailors, Hot Buttered Rum over the years has become a sociable beverage for skiers, skaters, hikers, ice fishermen, sleigh riders and … Continue reading →
REAL ADVENTURES Learn all about the cooking school opportunities on the island of Jamaica. BRIO ITALIAN TUSCAN GRILL, OHIO Spicy Shrimp and Eggplant Bruleed Parmesan Crème Campanelle Carbonara Expresso-Rubbed Ribeye Chicken Limone Gorgonzola-Crusted Beef Medallions Crab-Crusted Salmon Pesce Piccata … Continue reading →
Eggs are wonderful! Pearly white or light saddle tan in color, hen’s eggs are one of the most valuable foods we can eat, cost-wise and nutritionally. Each is its own unit and very transportable. They’re also an excellent source of … Continue reading →