Yesterday I invited my nephew over for dinner and I recommended an apple pie and custard for pudding, he made the pie at home and brought it down with him.
We both wanted custard with the pie and he suggested he make it from scratch, I said "I prefer tinned custard, I have never eaten homemade" and he...
I have guests for dinner tomorrow night and they have a 9 month old baby. I am making a cottage pie and I usually put red wine in it. I know the alcohol mostly cooks off. Is it ok to serve it to the baby or should I leave it out
anytime. and itts quick...I eat cereal whenever I don't feel like having anything meaty like or dinner like, and I end up feeling great once I wake up! All that grain and nutriants...anyway, YES! you can have whatever you want to have in the afternoon, especially cereal!
It's baked/poached salmon on epicurious. I don't have any wine and I don't want to put pants on. I have vinegar though.
I followed the recipe on the packet of pudding rice and it failed miserably.
The whole thing came out black, stiff, dry and stuck to the dish.
This is the recipe I use.
Tuna and noodle casserole. Beef and noodles. Chicken and noodles. Oh so many good things.
I just want something thats not too pricey that cuts/slices quick sharp and easy
I am making a display and I will be using tomato sauce. Is there a way to solidify it with some kind of a spay so it is stationary and stay where it is, Thanks
Answering questions on here.
If your fridge is very cold and the door isn't opened a whole lot, plain pasta in an airtight container should be good for up to two weeks. No more than that, though.