A different kind of protein between a couple burger buns will satisfy the taste buds of even the most selective eaters.
Dough: Pour warm water into small bowl, sprinkle dry yeast (use lukewarm water with cake yeast); stir until dissolved. In a large bowl mix scaled milk, 1/4 cup sugar, 1/4 cup butter and 1 teaspoon salt. Cool to lukewarm. Add…
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Cream together brown sugar, molasses and butter. Blend in egg and pumpkin. Mix dry ingredients into pumpkin mixture; fold in chopped pecans. Fill well-greased muffin tins two-thirds to three-fourths full. Bake 15 to 20 minutes….
Create culinary delights with Lake Erie Walleye Small bites with big crunch, Lake Erie walleye filets are the perfect choice for this recipe. Use regular breadcrumbs if you want, but panko crumbs deliver a light, flaky texture and capture the…
This recipe requires patience – and not much more. It’s easy to make, requires no kneading and the reward for waiting lies between the tender layers in the lightest of dinner rolls. The method involves a long, slow, cold ferment of the dough. In bread making, this wait allows the gluten forming to calm down, relax and helps develop flavor.
A quick pasta dish seasoned with butter, garlic, onion and parsley.
These are made in a skillet on top of the stove.
If you’d like more ‘heat’ in the ribs, don’t remove the chili pepper seeds.
This recipe by Amy Forrest of In Good Taste Catering took top prize in the 2011 Lamb Jam Contest at the Ohio State Fair.
Yellow split peas have a more delicate flavor and prettier color than their green cousin but either one creates a hearty soup that draws a lot of flavor and meat from smoked ham hocks. Letting the finished soup sit or “cure” in the refrigerator for a couple of days will continue to improve the flavor.