The truly transformative pantry staple beats the pants off your dry beans.
‘I’m still at war with this decision,’ David Chang says on his podcast Momofuku, the celebrated international restaurant group has permanently closed its D.C. restaurant, the brand announced today.
Need another reason to find an international grocery store to shop? Each of these bags of Thyme and Rosemary were $1.99. They also had large packs of Basil and Thai Basil for the same price. Bunches of Basil can be hard to find in traditional grocery stores and you’re certainly not going to get it for less than 2 bucks.
If you haven’t found an international grocer near you yet don’t wait, you’re missing out on great ingredients and deals.
This creamy, decadent peanut butter pie recipe has a no-bake filling nested in a buttery graham cracker crust. It comes together in no time, making it an easy, satisfying dessert. I love using peanut butter in both sweet and savory recipes.
Source: Savory Simple Peanut Butter Pie
Is a rice cooker worth it? Can they do more than cook rice? Do you need one to make perfect rice? How do they work? We’re on the answers! Continue reading “” »
Source: A Guide to Rice Cookers
How to knead dough, how to know when you’ve kneaded enough, whether to use a floured or un-floured surface and why it matters.
Raid your pantry for the ultimate that takes 8 minutes to prepare! No skillet? No problem! Check out these pan alternatives…
Source: Quick and Easy Skillet Brownie
Every once in a while we get a glimpse of very special people among us, and sometimes they are chefs.
The chef and humanitarian says small independent restaurants could help feed America if the coronavirus gets worse.
A basic stainless-steel skillet is what you want when you pan-roast meats, sauté vegetables and whip up quick pan sauces. We put 25 to the test to find the best. Read More at Serious EATS.
Something magical happens when a crispy piece of bacon gets a warm hug from a pillowy soft pancake…
Source: Bacon Pancake Dippers