Well I must be honest… I tried to make an angel food cake from scratch last week and I failed… like not even failed a little bit… failed miserably. The whole thing didn’t even rise – but I blame the recipe since it said to combine the flour right to the eggs – and I shouldn’t have known better but hey…. learn from your mistakes right? So if you don’t find success, try, try, try again…and then made this beautiful recipe for angel food cake from the liner from the Wilton Angel Food Cake Pan.
Posted in cake, Dessert
Tagged angel, berry, cake, citrus, food, frosting, Lemon, scratch, strawberry, topping, Whipped Cream
As many dedicated BS’ers know, I work with a lot of passionate foodies. This recipe came from one of those foodies and I promise it doesn’t disappoint. It’s also relatively easy to make and can be used to brine almost any type of poultry from duck, chicken, turkey, etc. Brining slowly cooks the meat, allowing the enzymes in the meat to be broken down by the salt; resulting in a vary savoury, moist dish. I matched this dish with an excellent blue cheese gravy. The gravy itself it to die for – packed full of goodness! But let’s get crackin’ to the recipe:
Posted in Duck, Healthy, International Food, Just for Fun
Tagged berry, brine, Chicken, duck, mallard, moist, poultry, saskatoon, savoury, tasty, turkey, yum
If anyone makes their own dressing, they know they’ll never go back to buying it bottled! And the best thing about homemade dressing or vinaigrettes? It’s INCREDIBLY easy.
Posted in Easy, Healthy, Salad
Tagged berry, blueberry, dressing, easy, fresh, healthy, home, homemade, made, quick, Salad, saskatoon, Vinaigrette