I always do a quintuple version of this recipe so I can have bread for days and days. You can also use it for pizza dough. For best results, roll it thin straight from the fridge and bake it at 450 degrees directly on top of a preheated pizza stone. Bakes in 4-8 minutes.
Standard practice for time management is to complete like tasks in batches. So if you are writing blogs, social media posts or editing photographs, the idea is you lay the groundwork and tackle a bunch all at once. Same principles can be applied to cooking. If you are making tomato sauce, stock or soup, make lots and then parcel it …
Who loves making lunches? Anyone? Anyone out there? I grew up in a big family. Huge really by today’s standards. Five sisters and three brothers. I remember my mom filling the top of the dishwasher (portable kind) with slices of bread and just filling them with cheese slices. Gross. You bet! Did I eat them? Not a chance.
Cheers. Did you March Break with your kids? If you did, I hope it was great. For the second year we took a mini holiday to beautiful Buffalo. And believe me when I say there is not a titch of sarcasm in that statement. I genuinely love the city and it’s amazing architecture and how down to earth it is. …
Those three little words can fill me with dread. We all know that making your own meals can be significantly cheaper and healthier. We also know that this takes a lot of TIME. Combine a full time job with a commute and those precious hours at the end of the day are tight. Add some kids, a spouse and extra-curriculars …
It’s Monday and if you’re thinking of going meatless, I offer you this fantastic taco recipe. It’s quick and easy and delicious.
The truth is, there is no one, way to cook anything. In fact, if history teaches us anything, it is that at some point we will look back at our best practices and deem them WRONG.
If you’ve ever considered making your own chocolates or candies, but put it off because you assumed it was too hard or complicated, I’m here to tell you it is neither.
Here you have a beautiful, chocolaty cake that could be doubled as a layer cake, cut into squares or cooked in mini muffin or loaf pans. It’s sturdy, no fuss and plain delicious.
In keeping with the theme of more legumes, less meat, I bring you an easy, tasty vegan chili recipe you can knock off in 30 minutes (no fooling).