recipes for: Breakfast
Duck fat potatoes are the crispiest, most delicious potatoes you will EVER make! When cooked with duck fat, the potatoes take on a seriously rich flavor. Parboiling the potatoes first with a touch of baking soda helps ensure a creamy center and super crispy exterior. You will serve these with everything!
Whatever your plans for the holiday season this year entail, this compilation of Thanksgiving recipes is sure to help you build a well rounded menu the whole family will enjoy! Mix and match as you like, or stick with the classics -- there's a little something for everyone!
If you've never made your own hazelnut butter, that stops today! This quick, simple treat can be made with 3 simple ingredients, and takes about 5 minutes. Instructions included for turning this into an easy homemade nutella. You're going to add this to everything!
In less than 5 minutes, you can learn how to roast hazelnuts like a pro! Simply cook on a parchment lined baking sheet for 10-15 minutes, then use a kitchen towel to help rub away the skins. The roasted hazelnuts can be stored and kept in a pantry or freezer. Even better? Use them to make hazelnut butter!
Spicy, creamy Cajun shrimp and grits is an easy savory meal, great for Sunday brunch or a quick weeknight dinner! Use andouille sausage or tasso ham for the traditional Cajun flavor, then add shredded white cheddar to make the grits extra cheesy. Southern comfort food ready in a flash!
Small batch homemade strawberry preserves are sweet, intensely flavored, and require just 3 simple ingredients. Made without pectin or other preservatives, these homemade preserves have more fruit-forward flavor than store bought and are a great way to stretch fresh summer strawberries to enjoy all season long. Serve on biscuits, toast with butter, or drizzled lovingly on your favorite desserts!
Made with Japanese mayo and Sriracha, this homemade spicy mayo recipe is sure to be the most used condiment in your kitchen. It's both spicy and tangy with a touch of sweetness. Serve this cool, creamy sauce with everything from sushi to sandwiches!
There are many ways to successfully cut and slice an avocado, but some are more efficient than others! In this step-by-step guide, I'll show you the way I was taught to peel and slice avocados working in a Michelin starred restaurant kitchen in NYC. It eliminates waste and will give you beautiful, smooth slices every single time.
Rich, chocolatey, tender scones with dark chocolate chunks and a vanilla bean glaze. The key to their amazing texture? Frozen grated butter! This double chocolate scone recipe is great for breakfast or brunch!