Im a BIG lover of crisps so I said id try and re-create the salt and vinegar crisps without using a microwave (for anyone who made them with the microwave will know) 🙂 What you need A Spud Slicer Kosher
No Thanksgiving dinner is complete without a heaping helping of piping hot and buttery mashed potatoes. There are several ways to make delicious mashed potatoes. Here are a few variations on “mashed potato recipes”. Old-Fashioned Mashed Potatoes Mashed potatoes made
What a week it’s been! The weather is changing and I get all nostalgic and stuff. I’ve got lots of pumpkin on my mind with a side of life. You’ve got to ask yourself–will this all matter in five years?
Ingredients 2 cups of Cauliflower 2 cups of Broccoli 6 cloves of garlic 5 sprigs of lemon thyme 3 dried chillies’ 5-6 anchovies Salt and pepper to taste ¼ cup of red wine vinegar 1 bottle passata (tomato concentrate) ½
A few weeks ago you may remember seeing an interesting chicken recipe that utilized bricks on top of the chicken while BBQing. In that post I used chicken breasts, not my favorite but it worked at the time. Over the
This recipe originated in Cambridge, England and has become associated with France and is widely made and eaten there. This dessert is becoming one of my favorites, because I love custard, love caramelized sugar, and I add a little orange
2 tablespoons butter or margarine 6 eggs 6 tablespoons water 1/2 teaspoon salt Few grains black pepper Melt butter or margarine in a 10-inch skillet. Beat eggs slightly; add water, salt and pepper. Pour into skillet. Cook over low heat