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  • Some Like It Hot...vichyssoise...some Like It Cold!
    butter and
    8 More
    butter, leeks, chopped (white and light green part only and clean well!), onion, chopped, potatoes, peeled and chopped, vegetable broth, pepper, half-and-half, green onions, chopped, for garnish (optional), cheese, grated, for garnish (optional)
    40 min, 9 ingredients
  • As You Like It Chicken Breasts
    sour cream, lemon juice, worcestershire sauce and
    7 More
    sour cream, lemon juice, worcestershire sauce, butter, melted, celery salt, garlic salt, salt, pepper, boneless skinless chicken breasts (i usually only use 4 very good sized ones), herb seasoned stuffing mix, rolled fine (and put in a bowl big enough to roll the chicken in)
    40 min, 10 ingredients
  • Omelet With Gruyère And Tarragon Roasted Veggies
    dozen eggs, milk or half and half or cream and
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    dozen eggs, milk or half and half or cream, asparagus, tips only (just save the rest for stock or a dinner side dish or soup, shallots, sliced into rings, fresh mushrooms, chopped, tarragon pepper blend (i buy mine from myspicesage.com and love it!) or sub fresh or dried tarragon, a lil sage, dill, and fresh ground black pepper, or fresh of the above ingredients, olive oil, gruyere, shredded, kosher or sea salt, butter
    10 ingredients
  • Homemade Baguettes
    you will need : makes 2 large baguettes or 4-5 smaller lo... and
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    you will need : makes 2 large baguettes or 4-5 smaller loaves(12 inches), sponge, bread flour, warm water(110 degrees ), instant or rapid rise yeast, dough, bread flour, instant or rapid rise yeast, warm water (110degrees), salt, glaze, egg beaten with 2 tbsp water, directions: this recipe requires 2 days... so plan ahead ., day 1, make the sponge. in a medium bowl, stir all of the ingredients until combined. you will need to cover the bowl with plastic wrap. let it sit at room temp until the sponge has risen and fallen at least 6 hours and up to 24 hours. i made mine in the late afternoon and started on it in the morning., day 2, in a mixer bowl, fitted with the dough hook, combine 3 cups of the flour and yeast. on low speed, add water and mix until the dough comes together. it will be about 2 minutes. stop the mixer and cover the bowl with a plastic wrap. let it sit at room temp for 20 minutes. after the 20 minutes. remove the plastic wrap and add the sponge from the previous day. add the salt and knead the dough on medium-low for about 8 minutes. after about 4 minutes, if the dough is still sticking to the sides if the bowl, add the remaining 1/2 cup flour, 2 tbsp at a time. the dough should not stick to sides only to the bottom of the bowl. complete kneading the dough for the additional 4 minutes. you should have kneaded the dough for a total of 8 minutes., turn the dough on a lightly floured counter top. form into a nice ball ., place the dough into a large , lightly oiled bowl. cover tightly with greased plastic wrap. let rise in a warm place. like with all my breads i let it rise in a cozy oven. (i turn on the oven for about a minute and then turn it off. ...it should feel just cozy, not hot or too warm.)let rise 1 hour., after the initial 1 hour rise time , you will need to turn the dough 2 times slide a bench scraper under 1 side of the dough. gently lift and fold 1/3 of the dough toward the center., repeat with the other side. finally, fold the dough in half perpendicular to the first folds. this should be a rough square. let it rise for 30 minutes . the process of turning and folding. cover the bowl with plastic wrap. let rise for an additional 30 minutes. this process stretches the dough gently and ensures that the sheets of gluten in the bread provide the proper structure and strength. top a large rimless(or inverted) baking sheet with parchment paper. turn the dough onto a lightly floured counter top. divide it into 2 loaves(i divided mine in 4-5 pieces as my baking stone is too small)., shape each piece into a baguette and lay each piece seam side down. space them about 4-5 inches apart., shaping the baguettes, work with 1 piece at a time. gently pat the dough into a rectangle., gently fold the bottom third of the dough up to the center. press to seal. bring the bottom of the dough up to the top and seal., flour your hand and create a large crease down the middle., top and the bottom of the dough together making sure it is secure ., gently roll the baguette back and forth to make a long log. lay each piece seam side down unto a parchment lined baking sheet., remember to space them. mist the baguettes with vegetable oil and cover loosely with plastic wrap.( i didn tsp cover them with plastic wrap). let rise in a warm place till doubled about 1 hr to 1 1/2 hr., after about 40 minutes of rising time prepare your oven. adjust your oven rack to the lower-middle position. place a baking stone on the rack and heat the oven to 500 degrees. let the baking stone heat for 30 minutes but no longer than 1 hour. after the baguettes have doubled in size, score them with 1/2 inch slashes. use a very sharp knife or a sharp blade. brush the breads with egg-water mixture. carefully slide the breads and parchment paper unto the baking stone. immediately reduce the oven to 425 degrees. don tsp forget this step. bake until golden and center of bread registers at 210 or about 25 minutes. rotate loaves halfway to ensure even browning. i don tsp think i bothered with turning them. let cool for about 30 minutes. this bread is amazing for steak sandwiches. delicious, recipe was adapted from america s test kitchen baking cookbook .
    30 min, 31 ingredients
  • Basil Butter Cream Sauce
    sweet unsalted butter (make sure it's unsalted) and
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    sweet unsalted butter (make sure it s unsalted), carton sour cream (i use full fat because i think fat free tastes funny, but that s my own personal opinion), carton half-and-half (you can use whipping cream if you would like the sauce to be richer), instant chicken bouillon granules (depending on the desired saltiness), chopped garlic (i used the jarred kind because its eaiser than chopping my own), dried basil, only crushed (i ve tried it with fresh basil and it doesn tsp even come close to taste!)
    20 min, 6 ingredients
  • Traditional Cheese Fondue
    here are the basics of making an excellent cheese fondue ... and
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    here are the basics of making an excellent cheese fondue , the proper way (or at least the lindysez way)., use good cheese , i use half emmental swiss and gruyere, grate them up and toss them with some salt and a good amount of pepper. let them sit out at room temp so they melt better . cut your bread (good french bread, but not sourdough) into bite sized pieces making sure to have crust on each piece. let those sit out for a while too so they aren tsp too soft., cheese that you use , you are going to use 1 3/4 cups of a dry white wine, such as a fume blanc, a california sauv blanc (don tsp use a new zealand 1 as most are too grassy) or a pouilly-fume. when you are ready to make the fondue, rub the pot with a clove of garlic (we like garlic, so we leave the clove in, but you don tsp need to); then place over a medium heat and add the wine. when the wine comes to a simmer, start slowly adding the cheese, sprinkling in a handful at a time, allowing each addition to melt (my dad said you always have to stir in the same direction, in a figure 8 motion, it works. if you stir in a circle you will end up with a big glop of cheese in the middle of a pot of wine, the figure 8 is key); keep adding until you have a nice thick sauce, then add a splash of kirsch and a pinch of nutmeg. put over a burner to keep it bubbling, and stir often when you dip your bread., a lb of cheese is enough for 4 people; or more if you are serving other things. and the amounts are guesstimates. i almost always grate too much cheese, so only add as much as you need to get the right consistency ; when you dip a piece of bread into the fondue, you want a nice coating of cheese and for the bread to absorb the wine. that s what it s all about, cheese, wine and bread. so use the best you can of each ingredient. and any left over cheese makes for a mighty good ham and cheese omelet.
    15 min, 5 ingredients
  • Eatzi's Gemelli, Chicken and Cranberry Salad
    gemelli pasta (i only used 12 oz which worked great) and
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    gemelli pasta (i only used 12 oz which worked great), pine nuts, frozen corn (i used fresh corn, cut off the cobb), chicken (i used precooked instead of poaching it), asparagus, minced fresh rosemary (i only used 1 tsp and it was very strong in this recipe), apple cider vinegar, salt and pepper, honey (i only used 3 tsp and it was very sweet, i caution you if you choose to use more), dijon mustard, orange , juice and zest of (i used the juice of half the ), olive oil, dried cranberries
    45 min, 13 ingredients
  • Go-To Rice Pilaf
    smart balance butter spread and
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    smart balance butter spread, broccoli, chopped (make it tiny), frozen peas, frozen corn (you can also use frozen mixed veggies for peas and corn), red bell pepper, chopped fine, mushroom, chopped, green onions, white parts only, cooked brown rice, soy sauce (i use bragg s liquid aminos here, make it to taste), water, salt, garlic powder , to taste (optional)
    10 min, 12 ingredients
  • Cheez-It Chicken Cheez-It Chicken
    chicken breasts, sour cream, crackers , cheez-it brand and
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    chicken breasts, sour cream, crackers , cheez-it brand, butter, melted (i use only 1/2 cup)
    1 hour , 4 ingredients
  • Stuffed Chicken, No Bones About It: Braciola di Pollo (Mario Batali) Stuffed Chicken, No Bones About It: Braciola di Pollo (Mario Batali)
    fryer chicken , backbone and bones removed by your butcher and
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    fryer chicken , backbone and bones removed by your butcher, salt and pepper, prosciutto , sliced thin then cut into 1/4-inch batons, parsley, finely chopped to yield 1/4 cup, fresh bread crumbs, freshly grated parmigiano-reggiano, eggs, grated provolone, basil, leaves only, chopped fresh rosemary leaves
    1 hour 15 min, 10 ingredients
  • Fresh Refrigerator Pickles: Cauliflower, Carrots, Cukes, You Name It (Ted Allen) Fresh Refrigerator Pickles: Cauliflower, Carrots, Cukes, You Name It (Ted Allen)
    garlic, peeled, celery seed, coriander seed, mustard seed and
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    garlic, peeled, celery seed, coriander seed, mustard seed, black peppercorns, pink peppercorns (if you have em), several sprigs fresh dill, white vinegar, salt, carrots , halved lengthwise, kirby cucumbers , cut lengthwise into quarters, hot red chiles or 2 jalapenos, whole or (for more heat) halved, scallions, white parts only
    20 min, 13 ingredients
  • Wisconsin Jerky Ala Putercop Wisconsin Jerky Ala Putercop
    i use 3 lbs. of flank steak/sandwich steak cause that s w... and
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    i use 3 lbs. of flank steak/sandwich steak cause that s what, fits my dehydrator and i also double this recipe for that amount., soy sauce, worcestershire sauce (lea & perrins), a-1 sauce (and only a-1 brand ), liquid smoke, garlic powder, onion powder, fresh ground black pepper corns, fresh ground sea salt
    10 ingredients
  • Tempura 101 Tempura 101
    seasonal fish and vegetables are used in tempura. the ing... and
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    seasonal fish and vegetables are used in tempura. the ingredients for tempura in the recipe below are only a few of the many, many common ingredients that lend themselves to this treatment. shrimp; squid; small whole fish like perch, smelt, and goby; white-fleshed saltwater fish; eggplant; green beans; onion rings; sweet potato slices; bell pepper strips; mushrooms - the list could go on for several pages. chicken, beef and pork, however, are not usually prepared as tempura because of their relatively heavier, identifiable taste. chicken and pork are deep-fried in other ways, and beef is often given a more highlighted preparation, say, in sukiyaki., http://japanesefood.about.com/od/tempura/a/cookingtempura.htm, basic steps for cooking tempura, prepare the ingredients ., make tempura batter ., heat vegetable oil in a deep pan to 340-350f degree., lightly dip ingredients in the batter and immediately fry them until crisp. it takes longer to fry vegetables than to fry seafood., drain tempura on a rack ., serve right away with tentsuyu (tempura dipping sauce) or salt. tempura is best served hot. *grated daikon radish is a common condiment., tempura batter recipe - japanese recipe, http://japanesefood.about.com/od/tempura/r/tempurabatter.htm, egg, ice water, all purpose flour, preparation, beat an egg in a bowl. add ice water in the bowl. be sure to use very cold water., add sifted flour in the bowl and mix lightly. be careful not to overmix the batter., tempura dipping sauce recipe, tempura dipping sauce is called tentsuyu in japanese. serve this sauce with tempura., dashi soup stock, mirin, soy sauce, sugar, preparation, put mirin in a pan and heat. add soy sauce and dashi soup stock in the pan. bring the sauce to a boil., tips for making crispy tempura, by setsuko yoshizuka, tip 1: ice, use ice water for the batter. this is really important to prevent the batter from absorbing too much oil., tip 2: batter (tempura batter recipe), do not make the batter ahead of time. try not to over mix the batter and not to coat ingredients with the batter too much., if you are frying both seafood and vegetables, fry vegetables first. then, fry seafood. fry vegetables at 340f degree and fry seafood at 350f degree., tip 4: oil temperature, check the temperature of frying oil , drop a little batter into the oil. if the batter comes up right away instead of sinking to the bottom of the pan, it s about 360 f degree. if the batter goes halfway to the bottom and comes up, it s about 340f degree. this is said to be the right temperature to fry tempura.
    5 min, 36 ingredients
  • Cookies Polish Bows - Chruscik Cookies Polish Bows - Chruscik
    cookies (polish bows) - chruscik, egg yolks, tb sour cream and
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    cookies (polish bows) - chruscik, egg yolks, tb sour cream, tb rum, ts vanilla, confectioners sugar, flour (sifted), ts baking powder, ts salt, tb sugar, oil for deep frying, beat the egg yolks with the sugar until well combined. add sour cream, rum and vanilla and mix until smooth. sift the flour, baking powder and salt and add it to egg yolk mixture, a little at a time. on a heavily floured surface knead the dough vigorously, punching and squeezing as much flour into it as it will take until the dough is no longer sticky (1/2 hour). separate dough into several portions and roll very thin. turn the dough and loosen often when rolling. the dough should look like parchment paper that you can see through. cut dough into strips approx. 1 1/2 inches wide, 4 inches long. make slit closer to 1 end and bring the longer end through the slit. heat oil to 375 degrees and fry quickly (only a few seconds) until golden not brown. turn only once. drain on paper towels. dust with confectioners sugar. makes 8 dozen.
    2 min, 12 ingredients
  • Bacon Twists Aka Bacon Wrapped Breadsticks Bacon Twists Aka Bacon Wrapped Breadsticks
    all-purpose flour and
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    all-purpose flour, easy-blend active dry yeast (i use just active dry yeast), salt, hand-hot water (aka nuke it in the microwave for a minute), lean bacon , strips (turkey bacon is best imo), egg, beaten (this is for the glaze only, i have yet to use it)
    1 hour , 6 ingredients
  • Homemade Cheesy Potato Pie Homemade Cheesy Potato Pie
    pie crust , ingredients, flour, baking powder and
    10 More
    pie crust , ingredients, flour, baking powder, vegetable shortening (if you have no shortening you can substitute it with 1 egg yolk and vegetable oil), cold water, salt (optional), pie filling , ingredients, potatoes, butter, cream cheese (depends on how much cheese you want), basil, cream (when i did it i only had coconut and it worked well!), bean sprouts (optional)
    1 hour 45 min, 13 ingredients
  • Fresh And Cool Feeling Provider Orange Mint Toner Fresh And Cool Feeling Provider Orange Mint Toner
    dried mint or 3 tbsp fresh mint leaves, boiling water and
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    dried mint or 3 tbsp fresh mint leaves, boiling water, orange (only the peel , i.e., orange part only of it), vodka or 1 tbsp witch hazel
    2 hour 15 min, 4 ingredients
  • Quesadillas Quesadillas
    quesadillas and
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    quesadillas, i have cooked plenty of quesadillas on the grill ., i usually used american and cheddar cheese grated together and i would do a chicken , a beef and a veggie 1 on the grill., i had several large cast iron flat griddles ( brushed with butter) i put on the grill, because i always had to cook a bunch of these and the griddle would hold about 4 if you are only cooking a small amount, using just the grill after oiling would be fine., meat and chicken were spicy and the cheese only was plain and you could put pico de gallo on any of them. we made them like a taco in flour tortillas (tortilla folded over in half). the veggie ones had thin sliced tomatoes, jalapenos or red jalapenos, scallions, cilantro and cheese. brush with butter and grill them or just lay them on the griddle if you have 1. these cook fairly fast., keep it simple keep it good, later, tom
    8 ingredients

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