Posts Tagged “homemade”

Crispy crunchy onion rings {recipe review}

By | October 26, 2013

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This is the second of two recipes that I tested and shared from Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek’s new cookbook, Starters & Sides Made Easy. Next up: the giveaway! Okay. Wow. This recipe was definitely named correctly. These onion rings are beyond crispy, beyond crunchy. They’re like…super fantastically crispy crunchy. They’re the real deal, but […]

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{Failure} Homemade Golden Grahams

By | July 25, 2013

There are the DIY recipes that require minimal-to-reasonable effort, produce better-tasting food, and are cheaper to make. And then there are the DIY recipes that require an inordinate amount of time and effort and do not taste better than the store brand, and by the time you’re done making them, you don’t even care which […]

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Easy homemade ketchup

By | October 30, 2012

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Quick, name ten things you can do with ketchup. I’ll go first: French fries, potato wedges, hash browns. Pasta, omelets, grilled cheese. My husband would probably add a deli sandwich at this point. And you can always squiggle it on top of a hot dog, though that’s clearly not my forte. Then you’ve got the […]

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Kitchen Tips: Stove top popcorn

By | May 29, 2012

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How do you take your popcorn? With butter? Seasoning? A hefty dose of chemicals? You know what I mean about the chemicals. Microwave popcorn always leaves me feeling like I just ate something that can’t quite be classified as food. And that’s really not the reaction you want from a snack. But stove top popcorn? […]

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