Food Tips That You Need To Know
19 Food Tips That You Need To Know
Top Food Center: Salami and Cream Cheese Roll-ups
Salami and Cream Cheese Roll-ups
KoolAid ices cubes in sprite. The drink changes flavor as the ice melts!
Magic Potion - Mrs Happy Homemaker
Meat Braids | Cookertino
Edible Christmas Tree Appetizer ~ made from triangular pieces of cheese and olives that are thread onto a wooden skewer. A star on top is made from red pepper.
Cranberry Dacquoise: Fluffy white chocolate mousse layered between light-as-air homemade meringues give this gorgeous dessert a dreamy texture. www.hgtv.com/...
Greek yogurt, peanut butter, honey and cinnamon...it's like crack
Great for Fall Kids Parties!! Dreamsicle Orange Punch: 1 Quart Orange Sherbet; 1 Quart Vanilla Ice Cream; 1 Liter Of Sprite or 7-Up. 1 Can Of Cream Soda. Pour 1 Liter Sprite or 7-Up Into A Large Punch Bowl. Scoop Softened Sherbet and Vanilla Ice Cream Into The Bowl. Add 1 Can Of Cream Soda And Stir.
Spiral Hotdogs... This is a regular for us now. I give the kids the option of spiral or octopus. They LOVE this. And everyone thinks I am the coolest for knowing how to do it.
pancakes from a ketchup bottle...super cool!
A Pinner said: one of the most useful things I learned in culinary school was how to cut melon...repinning for those people who still don't know how! I started cutting my watermelon this way and no longer dread it!
Use a cookie cutter to make cucumber flowers...then you don't have to peel them. Fun!
The secret to awesome oven fries is presoaking them in salted water, which makes the potatoes release a bunch of their moisture before cooking. This ensures they will crisp up without having to risk burning them. >> Must try this!
four leaf clovers punched out of spinach for topping dishes on St. Patrick's Day
Why can't I think up these things? What a simple way to keep bugs out of drinks.
Apple slices with the cores removed using mini cookie cutters. Serve with carmel dip for Halloween party
Tutorial: Make Your Own Vanilla Extract
Orange Bunny Rolls. Pinner says: We made the lime option with cardamom for Easter breakfast. They were. awesome, but untwisted a bit in the oven as they rose (looked like they were trying to run off the pan) Next time I think I'll make the ropes thinner and the twists more losely to compensate for the dough thickening as it rises.