It’s Prime Day which means Deals, Deals, Deals Check out some of our favorite here…. Baking and Cooking Deals If you don’t have a projector now is the time to get one! It’ll take your decorating up a notch! This Smart Sketcher is great for beginners! B
No matter if you’re planning a wedding, shower, engagement party or bridesmaid proposal there’s lots of little details to think about. Rather than gifting MRS & MRS trinkets to your guests and bridal party, why not give them something they’ll love … something edible! Adorable wedding cookies are the perfect favor (and dessert) that everyone …
The Bistecca is one of the most known and appreciated dishes of Italian cuisine especially for meat lovers, either cooked, as per tradition, on hot embers or cast iron skillet. It is a high cut that sometimes includes the bone, to be cooked with a degree of “blood” cooking. Let’s discover the characteristics of the most loved steak in the world and the technique to cook it to perfection.
Bruschette ai Funghi Trifolati (Mushroom Bruschette) is a rustic dish, part of the culinary tradition of the Piemonte region in Italy. Considered today an appetizer, It’s an effortless dish to prepare, tasty and delicate for all the lovers of mountain flavors like myself, but originated from the need to preserve bread by the farmers.
Cookie Stamps are trending big right now and with good reason. For such a seemingly simple and inexpensive tool, cookies go from boring and mundane to edible works of art. Nordic Ware Geo Cast Cookie Stamps has recently launched several cookie stamp designs, sold in sets of three, that are engineered to create perfect imprints. Alternatively, if you are interested in standing out from the crowd, Etsy offers some old-school, one-of-a-kind finds, including springerle boards, textured rolling pins, and stamps made of wood, glass, or clay.
Using just one bowl, this bright and spicy cookie recipe comes together in minutes and fills your house with the aroma of magic. The dough holds up beautifully to cookie stamps, which make these confections go from “wow” to “wowwwww” in a snap. If you don’t have a cookie stamp, press down the dough with the bottom of a glass and drizzle the lemon glaze over the cookies… but, honestly, we really recommend you consider a stamp of your own.
Baking a cake can inevitably lead to extras—cake “domes” that were removed to level out layers, excess icing, and orphaned toppings. Oftentimes, these leftovers get packaged up and sent to their cold, lonely existence in the back of a freezer until that one fateful day… spring cleaning. But wait! It doesn’t have to end that way. Of course, there are always cake pops, but they’ve been done. Here we unleashed our animal instinct and reinvented the cake leftovers into decadent homemade cake bars. Not only does every bite bring an adorable surprise, but they can be assembled with almost any amount of leftover cake. You know what they say, “Waste not, want not.” Or is it “Waste not, want more?” We want more already.
Gnocchi al pomodoro—handmade with love
By Larissa Groff / August 27, 2020
Gnocchi rolled on countertop
Let’s just be clear from the beginning: In this recipe we’re talking about real gnocchi. Not those crude chewy pieces of yellowy rubber that you can buy in some supermarkets. Those shouldn’t even be allowed to be called gnocchi. No, I’m talking about those fluffy little pieces of heaven–light and airy just like they’re supposed to be.