Hey there don't let being bitter an alone on Valentines Day, keep you from having a good time!! Actually I just love, love , love conversation hearts, I think they are so cute and so tasty ( I do like the original flavors better). Then I saw this video by SweetAmbsCookies, who is just amazing by the way, I could watch her videos for hours. So I decided to make my own ( decidedly less talented, but more negative ) version .
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Saturday, February 1, 2014
I totally found this recipe here at southern plate. I had a friend who really was just crazy about cornbread, so I thought I would give it a try. This is nice because it is quick and you can basically just put anything you like in it, which is what I like in a recipe! while I wish I had done something amazing to this to make it my own, I thought it was still worth sharing with you all!! Enjoy!
Posted by Cheesy at 11:20 AM
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Thursday, January 2, 2014
There are 3 main reasons I like making my own stock, rather then, buying canned broth.
I use a lot of chicken broth, my motto is if water is good chicken broth would probably be better. Since every thing in my stock are things that would be thrown out it saves a significant amount of money
Saving money on chicken meat. Many of my friends don't like to buy meat on the bone cuz, a) they don't like to eat it off the bone and b) they feel like they are paying for wast, that they just have to throw out. This is understandable but whole chicken ( at least around here) is like the price of boneless breast peaces ( i will talk about braking down a chicken later)
Then there is the quality, the quality is much better when you make it from scratch. There is just this rick gelatin like thickness you get from home made that just isn't there in watery canned broth. And most importantly you have control over what goes in it; avoiding salt you can ad as much or as little as you like, by only organic, then your broth will be organic, (I think, I am not 100% about the rule), point is knowledge is power.
WARNING! this tutorial gets a Touch Graphic, making chicken stock is not very pretty, but if your brave its quite rewarding.
Posted by Cheesy at 3:44 PM