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November 10, 2017

How To Start Your Online Food Business #GoDaddyLove

How To Start Your Online Food Business #GoDaddyLove
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How To Start Your Online Food Business What I Wish I Knew When I Started My Food Blog Thank you GoDaddy for sponsoring this post. Get started building your own website with GoCentral today! It seems like everyone is starting an online business of some sort these days. I started my own online business adventure…

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October 1, 2017

25 Fall Muffin Recipes to Start the Morning Right

25 Fall Muffin Recipes to Start the Morning Right
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25 Fall Muffin Recipes Fall is in the air? Well, for many of you that may be true. Here are 25 Fall Muffin recipes I can make and enjoy as I dream about the cool fall weather that will eventually make its way down here to Florida.   Until then I will still be sweating…

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October 11, 2016

25 Fall Muffin Recipes to Start the Morning Right

25 Fall Muffin Recipes to Start the Morning Right
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25 Fall Muffin Recipes, Fall recipes, muffin recipe

25 Fall Muffin Recipes Fall is in the air? Well, for many of you that may be true. Here are 25 Fall Muffin recipes I can make and enjoy as I dream about the cool fall weather that will eventually make its way down here to Florida.   Until then I will still be sweating…

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November 24, 2015

The Homemade Pantry: 101 Foods You Can Stop Buying and Start Making

The Homemade Pantry: 101 Foods You Can Stop Buying and Start Making

The Homemade Pantry: 101 Foods You Can Stop Buying and Start Making

“This is my kitchen. Come on in, but be prepared—it might not be quite what you expect. There is flour on the counter, oats that overflowed onto the floor, chocolate-encrusted spoons in the sink. There is Joey, the husband, exhausted by the thirty-five preschoolers who were hanging on him all day, and he is stuffing granola into his mouth to ease his five o’clock starvation. There are two little girls trying to show me cartwheels in that miniscule space between the refrigerator and the counter where I really need to be.”
 
In her debut cookbook, Alana Chernila inspires you to step inside your kitchen, take a look around, and change the way you relate to food. The Homemade Pantry was born of a tight budget, Alana’s love for sharing recipes with her farmers’ market customers, and a desire to enjoy a happy cooking and eating life with her young family. On a mission to kick their packaged-food habit, she learned that with a little determination, anything she could buy at the store could be made in her kitchen, and her homemade versions were more satisfying, easier to make than she expected, and tastier. 
           
Here are her very approachable recipes for 101 everyday staples, organized by supermarket aisle—from crackers to cheese, pesto to sauerkraut, and mayonnaise to toaster pastries. The Homemade Pantry is a celebration of food made by hand—warm mozzarella that is stretched, thick lasagna noodles rolled from flour and egg, fresh tomato sauce that bubbles on the stove. Whether you are trying a recipe for butter, potato chips, spice mixes, or ketchup, you will discover the magic and thrill that comes with the homemade pantry.
           
Alana captures the humor and messiness of everyday family life, too. A true friend to the home cook, she shares her “tense moments” to help you get through your own. With stories offering patient, humble advice, tips for storing the homemade foods, and rich four-color photography throughout, The Homemade Pantry will quickly become the go-to source for how to make delicious staples in your home kitchen.

Featured Recipe: Chai

Chai

Makes 6 cups

  • 5 cups water
  • 1/4 cup roughly chopped unpeeled fresh ginger
  • Three 4-inch cinnamon sticks
  • 3 whole cloves
  • 4 cardamom pods
  • 3 black peppercorns
  • One 1-inch circular slice unpeeled orange
  • 4 black tea bags, regular or decaffeinated
  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup honey, to taste
  • 1-1/2 to 2 cups milk (low-fat or whole), to taste

Combine the water, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, peppercorns, and orange slice in a medium pot. Partially cover the pot, bring the mixture to a boil, reduce the heat, and simmer for 15 minutes.

Take the pot off the heat, add the tea bags, cover, and steep for 5 minutes. Put a strainer over the bowl and strain the liquid. Add the honey to taste. To store the chai in the refrigerator or freezer without milk, do so now. Otherwise, return the tea to the pot, add the milk, and reheat.

Chai will keep in a covered container for five days with milk and for two weeks without milk. To freeze, omit milk and freeze in a freezer-safe container for up to six months. Thaw in refrigerator and heat with milk on the stove.


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