A few links I’ve had stashed away. I found a draft post with some links from late November and early December that are too good not to share.
- Milk jam! Not something you can preserve in a boiling water bath canner, but certainly delicious (and keeps in the fridge for a very long time).
- I’ve long had homemade coconut butter on my list of things to make, but this toasted version looks better than anything I’ve contemplated.
- Caramel sauce made with fish sauce in place of the cream. I imagine it’s an amazing combination of sweet and salty.
- Gluten-free sesame crackers, made with advice from cracker master Ivy Manning.
- Savory coconut curry granola. These are great for adding crunch to creamy soups or salads.
- This galette filled with sauteed winter vegetables has totally captured my attention.
- As a ginger love, a dessert called ginger crunch sounds like something I must add to my repertory immediately.
- Talk about preserves in action! Brownies with a swirl of raspberry jam and buckwheat scones with marmalade rolled up inside them.
Here’s what I’ve written elsewhere recently…
- I tried my hand at homemade pretzels. I did both hard and soft and found that the soft pretzel is where it’s at. Absolutely worth making at least once in life.
- I’ve started a year-long project over on Table Matters that has me finding 12 delicious takes on the whole chicken. In January, I wrote about my favorite slow-cooked method.
- Over on the FN Dish, I’ve written about Paula Deen’s Irish Lamb Stew (seriously delicious), Giada’s farfalle with chicken and Swiss chard (good, but know that making it with red chard makes for a muddy looking dish), and Rachael Ray’s Pork Goulash (Scott at it three times over, so it must have been good).
- I also rewrote my grapefruit jam for the Etsy blog. It’s the perfect preserve for this time of year and it so bright tasting.