Years ago, my brother in law asked me to make Neiman Marcus Cookies. I don’t know where he got the recipe, but even back then, they were an urban legend. I’m not going to repeat the legend, but suffice it to say – the cookies are incredible.
When I was a kid, my mother needed Christmas presents to give to her co-workers. I volunteered to make them, and decided that I would try to marry my favorite cookie with something appropriate for a Christmas. My favorite cookie for all these years has been dubbed “Little White Balls”.
Almond Craisin Granola is filled with healthy ingredients. This delicious granola is a perfect addition to your Mother’s Day brunch.
I love making bread and experimenting with new techniques. In fact, I can’t remember the last time that I bought bread at the grocery store. Recently, I’ve tried my hand at making bread from Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day.
I bought 4 pieces of pork tenderloin. Before I freeze them, I trim all of the silver skin and fat off, and vacuum seal each one individually. Invariably, I end up with 8 to 10 ounces of pieces that I use in stir fry.
Homemade Chocolate Ice Cream is a perfect treat for the hot summer says, and is easy to make. It’s cool, refreshing, and creamy. Who could ask for more?
I recently purchased a WaffleCone Express. I hadn’t really intended to use it for making waffle cones, but rather to try my hand at Stroopwafels.
Want to know the secret to the perfect soft-cooked egg? The answer is steaming the egg as opposed to boiling it in water.
English sausage is different from American sausage in that it generally contains “rusk” or breadcrumbs and water or stock. These two ingredients produce a fine textured sausage that I look forward to when I visit the UK.
I thought I’d make something that would use up the last Granny Smith apple. What I settled on was a variation on carrot cake, omitting the pineapple and coconut, and instead using apples, Craisins and wheat bran! Who would have thought that they would have tasted so good!