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Garlic Poeler Chicken 1 whole roaster chicken, cleaned EVOO sea salt pepper 2 cloved of garlic. chopped 1/2 cup butter, unsalted, melted lemon juice potatoes 1/2'd, celery chopped, carrots, chopped chicken stock 1 bundt pan lightly grease bundt pan with a wee bit of EVOO. place small slits all over the whole roaster chicken, insert chopped garlic pieces into the slits. Sit chicken, cvaity down, onto post in bundt pan. Rub chicken down with EVOO. season to your...
Ah, you are now talking my language...lol. I have a wonderful muffin top pan (you can pick them uo at any specialty kitchen store or online) and my own TNT recipe. I have been doing these for sometime (even before the big fad of Seinfeld) and I use a wonderful filling to place inside as a suprise. Here are some notes that I have copied about acheiving a wonderful muffin: When muffins aren’t perfect, the first reaction is to change the ingredients in the recipe....
Ah, Sacramento. The Delta, the Railroad Museam and the many fine (but underated and unheard of ) restaurants. I for one LOVE the Buggy Whip and The Golden T. Soprattutto, yum. I have only had the chance to dine their once, but loved it all the same. I grew up in Orangevale/Folsom and miss it dearly. If you have the chance to drive up to the Grass Valley area...try Petersons Corner just outside of Nevada City. Its out of this world for its Ribeye.
The Roadhouse up in Eugene OR is pretty darn tootin tasty, if you can get past the absolute mess of peanut shells all over the **** floor...LOL.
Years and years ago when I was a teenager, we used to drive down the intestate to the little college town of Davis Ca to a fabulous dirty joint called Murder Burger. I used to get the double CB with the works. Of course this is no more as the dirty joint was closed down by the green weenies of the area, spouting that the name was to PI. So then now when I am in the area of Reno, i stop into the king of all dirty joints, the home of the Awful Awful in the Nugget casino....
Beautiful cakes. I would love to learn the art of cake decorating. I can bake them up to perfection. Decorating...hahahahhaa...have to send those out to my deariest friend to get them done. Maybe she and I should do a side cake business...lol. On top of my business I have now, where would I find the time.
A couple of my good cake recipes: Vanilla Buttermilk Cake 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, at room temperature 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 2/3 cup buttermilk 1. In a bowl, with a mixer on medium speed, beat butter and all the sugar until well blended. Add eggs and vanilla and beat on high speed until well blended. 2. Sift flour, baking powder, and salt into...
Could you be trying for a Caramel Sauce? What is your final use for it? I have a few different methods I use, but want to narrow down what your are using it for so I can send you the best method.
New to the forum here that is. I fell upon this wonderful community while searching for a pastry method and WOW! So much information all in one great place. Who could ask for more, you know? I am the owner/operator/baker/chef/janitor/bookkeeper/customer service rep for The Sweet Stuffed Company (soon to be online...I hope). Specializing in all desserts "stuffed'. Hope to learn and teach a few things while I'm around. Thanks for letting me in...lol.
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