This recipe for homemade Cherry-Coconut Bread makes a large, dense loaf from yeast-risen dough. Man up, because it requires a lot of kneading. Cheer up, because it’s delicious, makes great toast, and freezes well.
Here’s a cute bit of everyday cooking: instant cookies! By simply keeping your dough in the fridge, you can bake up fresh, homemade (chocolate chip, for instance) cookies in any quantity, on a whim. Just ask Jacques Torres. (Cookie dough freezes well, too.)
This homemade (from scratch) three-layer (two-layer) Blueberry Eclipse Cake is made from butter, eggs, fresh berries, and sour cream, and it has an extraordinary color. It’s whipped cream and lemon curd frosting is celestial.
Tuna Two-Way: From-Scratch Tuna Casserole with egg noodles (of course) and mushrooms in a chicken-broth béchamel, topped with fresh bread crumbs. Homemade comfort food.
Pop! Pop! Pop! How to Make Perfect Popcorn on the Stovetop. This is a bit of everyday, homemade cooking that everyone should know.
These homemade Hard Salami Pull-Apart Rolls are made from an easy-ish, yeast-risen bread dough. They’re full of Parmesan cheese and garlic. Pair them up with a bowl of chili, or use them to make some killer sliders.
Crème Fraîche can be made at home with buttermilk and heavy cream. It’s simple and easy. In this post, we’ll explain the biology behind it and show you how to do it.
Homemade Polish Dumplings go wonderfully with any kind of chicken soup. Polish Dumplings are made very simply and easily from potatoes and flour. They freeze well and are easy to reheat. They’re a comfort-foodie accompaniment to the stock you made from your leftover holiday turkey.
Margaritas Congeladas de Danilo, (Dan’s Frozen Margaritas) uses a homemade sour mix made from freshly squeezed lemon and lime juice. A really good tequila is important, but I think it’s the Cointreau that kicks this recipe into “world’s best” league. A great blender will whip this into a fabulous frozen cocktail with minimal effort.