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4.08 / 5 Stars | 60 Reviews
“This recipe is from my great grandmother and is super easy. It is made using bread crumbs, eggs, and hamburger patties. Best served with fried potatoes.”
It’s national doughnut day, so obviously, I have waffles. The thing about doughnuts is that I like them best when other people make them. Waffles – I like at home, piping hot right off of the waffle maker. (or the … Go to the recipe…
It’s National Donut Day! Last year I waffled up some donuts for a delicious hybrid wonut (waffle-donut) and this year I decide to go with a donut that you’ve probably never seen before: banh tieu, a deliciously deep-fried Vietnamese donut….
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4.62 / 5 Stars | 19 Reviews
“This is the Italian answer to fruitcake. A lovely textured, citrus infused fruitcake or bread that will satiate an appetite for something sweet and delicate to accompany tea or coffee. For this recipe you will need 3 (3 1/4×7 inch baking-safe paper bags. Be sure to use paper bags that are intended for baking. The lunch bags sold in most grocery stores are unsafe to use!”
After I posted my list of favorite spring cookbooks, I could tell that this is the book you’ve all been waiting for – and I’m here to tell you that Sara & Hugh Forte’s new book, Sprouted Kitchen Bowl + Spoon, doesn’t disappoint. The photos … Go to the recipe…
So, you’re planning on going to Tokyo? First off, congrats! I’m so jealous. Tokyo is one of my all favorite cities. There is so much to do, so much to see, and most importantly, so much to eat. Tokyo has…
2 / 5 Stars | 5 Reviews
“Here’s a simple version of an old spicy Texas favorite made with black-eyed peas and salsa. Serve with tortilla chips.”
Nothing makes me happier than a GIANT plate of fried chicken. Especially if there are fries on the side. I indulge in fried chicken probably way more than I should, but I cannot get over how delicious it is. I…
4.33 / 5 Stars | 21 Reviews
by Jeannette Gartner
“This is the cake my family always traditionally took on picnics and any other family get-together. Cream may be substituted for the milk for a richer cake.”