Soup is so unique, in that two homemade ones never taste identical. Get ready for some really thick, yummy, hot or cold soups.
It’s also a time to think about some interesting “soup pools,” like sour cream to support tasty garnish floaters like popcorn, shaved chocolate, crushed chips, creamy cheeses — use your imagination! Remember, these soups don’t depend upon fat, flour or heavy cream to be thick.
In a morning rush, needing a worthwhile breakfast and on the go?
Keeping a loaf of fruit/nut bread around most of the time serves as a quick breakfast, great to carry for lunch or as an after-school snack. And, it’s plenty okay to serve friends. Keep in be mind no kid is neglected if found running out the door with a nice hunk homemade fruit/nut bread in his hand.
A great baking timesaver is putting all your dry ingredients in a good-sized bowl and arrange all other ingredients, including sugar, around your blender. Then, many hours later, whirl up your blender add it to the bowl of dry, mix well and place in a heated oven.
Don’t think you can successfully make any “loaf” item by taking one recipe and packing in what you have on hand. Simply pick a shape you want, then select some nuts, a dried fruit and maybe a texture. _Now. Take the time to SEARCH for this combination and shape you desire. i.e. “Walnut, Cherry, Bran Bread.” _
with several recipes. Feel free to choose interesting combinations. You’ll need a recipe, though, to be sure the liquid, eggs and leavening are in line with your “drop-ins.” Online recipes abound! Continue reading →
Do you secretly admire those who make bread? For them, understanding yeast and kneading dough is no problem. It’s not complicated to turn yourself into a bread baker. BE SEEN WITH YEAST IN YOUR OWN CART. You are becoming a … Continue reading →
We already know it’s important to coddle chickens after we buy them. Keep them refrigerated, use very soon and do not wash in your sink or on your counter. If you do, and the chicken is with disease, it’s then … Continue reading →