When I made my Pork Au Jus, I was looking for something to eat with it. It just so happened that I had a bag of potatoes, so I thought fries would be great. Getting nice crispy fries from the oven can be difficult, but these fries come out great every time.
In an effort to wedge in a post this week that is relevant to Thanksgiving, I thought it would be cool to make some dinner rolls. I recently purchased a bunch of awesome bread books, so I took the opportunity to use a dinner roll recipe from one of them.
I sure hope that you like garlic, because this recipe is going to give it to you. Everyone has had or heard of roasted garlic, but not everyone has actually made it. Well, I’m going to show you how to do it and then we’re going to attack some bread with it. Warning: Gratuitous use… Read More Roasted Garlic Bread
Ok, I missed it. But to make up for it, here’s a recipe for a basic white bread. This recipe is a great everyday bread recipe. The recipe is not mine, it’s the recipe of S. John Ross, someone who really knows what they’re doing and bakes bread regularly. If you’re interested in a very… Read More A Belated Happy Homemade Bread Day!
I’ve covered making fresh pasta and marinara sauce, and lasagna is a great example of pairing them together. Pasta for lasagna is probably the easiest to make since you just slice the dough into long sheets or squares. Marinara sauce marries with cheese to make the glue that holds lasagna together. There are many different… Read More Whip Up Some Lasagna
You may not like this recipe. What did he say? Is he crazy? Well, maybe a bit. Let me explain.
Like many foods, a lot of people think that making pasta is beyond their capabilities. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Certainly there is some effort involved, but it’s nothing that you can’t handle!
How can you eat quesadillas all week and not have guacamole? This recipe is super simple and quick to make.