Herb Cheese

How To : Make a savory herb and cheese biscotti

When you think of biscotti, you probably picture sweet, hard slices of bread dipped in chocolate and covered in almonds. While it's true that most forms of biscotti are of the sweet variety, you can also whip up salty, savory biscotti. Take a gander at this episode of The Min ...more

How To : Prepare herbed cream cheese with basil and oregano

Cream cheese is delicious on its own, but it tastes simply divine if you spice it up a little with some herbs. While this recipe for herbed cream cheese calls for using fresh herbs, if you don't have an herb garden you can use store bought herbs instead. Check out the video t ...more

How To : Make a homemade quiche casserole dish

Quiche is a great breakfast, but doesn't need to be just a breakfast meal. It's great for lunch and brunches, too, and even dinner if you so desire. So check out this video recipe to learn how to make a homemade quiche casserole dish. Straight from the kitchen of the Harding ...more

How To : Make classy new fillings for your potato skins

This video brings you fresh ideas on frozen processed Idaho potato skins that are ideal for appetizers or your bar menu. It is suggested in this video many creative ways to serve Idaho potato skins. The classic way presented is Nacho Style. The chef suggests using mango, papay ...more

How To : Prepare an impeccable Italian meal

Even though he has chicken, cheese and pasta at his disposal, Chef Paul refuses to make Tom’s favorite Italian dish: chicken parmesan. Instead, the esteemed chef does everyone a favor by creating herb-seared chicken breast, warm zucchini stew with angel-hair pasta and broccoli ...more

How To : Make Garlic Parmesan Croutons

This video from FoodWishes.com demonstrates how to make garlic Parmesan croutons. This is a great recipe for homemade croutons which will be much better than the ones you can buy at a store. He first mixes olive oil and finely mixed garlic and lets it infuse for a few hours a ...more

How To : Cook with cannabis

This video is about cooking with cannabis. Look through the marijuana and pick out any parts that you would not want to eat. Add your choice of cooking oil to the marijuana. If you want to use butter, melt the butter at a low temperature, then add the herb. Any kind of oil wil ...more

How To : Make Sure Your Dinner Party Is a Success

Holiday dinners can be the same every year, but many are starting to switch it up, making new traditions and getting a new dining experience for everyone at the table. It’s not unusual to see sweet potatoes on an Easter dinner menu or lamb at Thanksgiving dinner. Some people ...more

How To : Make healthy pasta

Thinking pasta is too heavy for your new diet? Think again. Pasta can provide a healthy meal rich in fiber and vitamins. Follow these steps to make healthier choices for your next pasta dinner. You Will Need: • Whole grain or blend pasta • Light pasta sauce • Extra virgin ...more

How To : Make goat cheese omelets for two

Breakfast doesn't have to be boring old cereal and milk. Make some eggs. But again, don't take the boring route. Try out this video recipe on how to make goat cheese omelets for two. Goat cheese brings that extra special flavor to the omelets that regular cheese can't match. ...more

How To : Make the perfect sandwich

Yearning to know the secret behind a great homemade sandwich? This video claims they know how. If your growling stomach sounds like a caged animal, you can satiate that ravenous beast without having to scrub a bunch of pots and pans afterwards. What you will need: • A crusty ...more

How To : Make Mediterranean stuffed cheese rolls

Mediterranean cheese rolls are a snack or appetizer that is served in the beginning of a meal and can be served with hummus or baba ghanoush. They usually consist of a salted cheese mixed with herbs and rolled in a thin dough then toasted or fried. You will need thin egg roll ...more

How To : Make Homemade Black Pasta Dough with Squid Ink

When you think squid ink, you don't normally think of pasta, but that's just because you're not thinking of black pasta! Yes, squid ink is indeed edible, despite its thick, gooey texture, and it's used most commonly as food coloring for pasta dough. And adding color to fresh p ...more

How To : Use cheesecloth to season food

In this how to video Chef Paul demonstrates how to use cheesecloth in the kitchen. Cheesecloth is not just for cheese making, it can also be used to season food. Watch and learn how to wrap spices and herbs to add flavor to any stew, soup, or broth.

How To : Cook Low Sodium Minestrone Soup

This is an amazing minestrone soup that is both extremely healthy and tastes delicious. It's high in fiber and is full of vitamins and minerals. Even though it's low in salt and so healthy it still leaves you feeling full and satisfied. You can make this soup anytime of the ye ...more

How To : Make a watermelon and feta cheese summer salad

Want to know what the perfect summer salad is? Let's just say it involved mouthwatering watermelon. And feta cheese! Check out this video recipe for a watermelon and feta salad. Nothing beats the heat like watermelon. Light and refreshing, it has a texture that goes perfectly ...more

How To : Make an herbal liniment

John Gallagher here explains the process of making herbal liniments. We use Comfrey root (1 ounce) 3/4th ounce of valerian root and ½ ounce calendula flower along with 1/4th teaspoon cayenne pepper and 3/4th ounce of ground cinnamon. Pint of rubbing alcohol or grain alcohol al ...more

How To : Roast meat and vegetables

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to roast meat and vegetables. This video reveals 2 very simple recipes that only involve meat and vegetables. The first recipe requires flank steak, garlicky herb crumbs mixed with pecorino cheese and pints of grapes or cherry tomato. ...more

How To : Make a (baked) mini frittata

Giada De Laurentiis shows you how to make delicious baked mini frittatas. This recipe yields 40 mini frittatas. Beat eight eggs, and add a half cup milk. Add some diced ham, or any other meat of your choice to the egg and milk mixture. Chop up some fresh parsley and add to the ...more

How To : Make homemade meatballs

Homemade meatballs are a delicious dish that can be served as a side, or act as a main course. This video tutorial demonstrates how to make basic meatballs and even offers tips on how to turn this recipe into a Meatball Bake casserole. For fluffier meatballs, mix in breadcrumb ...more

How To : Make a wasabi viniagrette salad

To make a wasabi vinaigrette salad start with some lettuce. You can use a variety of different salads such as romaine, black eyed Simpson, bib lettuce, and four season lettuce. You can also add arugula and other herbs, freshly grated Parmesan, fresh sausage, avocado, goat chee ...more

How To : Make infused oils

Infused oils are oils that have the taste of either herbs or spices combined with their own flavor. They are simple to make but add another dimension of flavor to many dishes. For parsley oil you will need parsley leaves picked from stems and vegetable oil. For curry oil you w ...more

How To : Cook macaroni and bechamel sauce

Macaroni and Bechamel Sauce Bechamel Sauce: Ingredients: - 1/3 Cup Flour - 4 Tablespoons Butter - 3 Cup Milk - Salt to taste - Sprinkle of Nutmeg Directions: 1. Cook flour until it becomes a golden color. This step gives the flour a nice nutty flavor 2. Add butter, melt over l ...more

News : Meet the World's Most Eco-Friendly Kitchen

Well suited for loft living, Studio Gorm's Flow Kitchen offers an extremely eco-friendly and efficient solution to all your daily actions in the kitchen. The Netherlands based design studio focuses on three major areas: Waste, Water and Energy. My favorite element? A cutting b ...more

How to Act Like a Food Snob : Molecular Gastronomy Edition

I first heard the term molecular gastronomy while watching an episode of Bravo's Top Chef a few seasons back. Intrigued by the concept, I sought to find out more about this modern, deconstructed type of cookery. If you happen to be around foodies and the topic of molecular gas ...more

Your Freezer : You're Using That Wrong, Too

Last week, I showed you why your refrigerator is one of the best tools in the kitchen when it comes to saving money and preserving food at its tastiest. But did you know your freezer is another underutilized ally in the cooking game? Chances are, you've been using your freeze ...more

How To : Never F' Up a Frittata Again with These 5 Tips

A carefully constructed frittata is one of the culinary world's perfect wonders. It's inexpensive to create, can be made with all sorts of leftovers, and is outstanding to eat for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. However, frittatas can go downhill fast and come out spongy, tastele ...more

Monkey Bread : Savory or Sweet, Always a Treat

Regardless of your culture or your age, eating with your hands is fun. Flouting social convention and just digging in with your fingers provides a whole other level of epicurean enjoyment. And one of the most entertaining hands-on foods is monkey bread. Food historian Tori Ave ...more

Eat to Win : Sudoku Pizza

"Sudoku art that's good enough to eat", says Colordoku, the creator of this both yummy & clever Sudoku pizza. "Stewed garden tomatoes with Italian herbs for the sauce, olives, freshbasil leaves, potato, onion, garlic, Italian Salami, zucchini, sausage,spinach for the 9 toppin ...more

How To : Make Your Own Pesto Plus

Among the many gifts that Italy has bestowed upon the world, culinary and otherwise, pesto stands alone. The exact birthplace of pesto, that herby sauce made of pine nuts and olive oil, is an area of Italy called Liguria, whose microclimate is particularly kind to basil, one o ...more

Your Fridge : You're Using It Wrong

When you come home from the grocery store, you probably put away every single fruit and vegetable in the bins and drawers in your refrigerator. Any fifth grader knows that fridges work to preserve food, thus everything should go in there, right? Nope! Chances are, you've been ...more

News : Why Cold, Leftover Pizza Always Tastes So Damn Good

Cold pizza is the holy grail of leftovers. That's a statement that elicits a slew of impassioned feelings. Either you love the idea of biting into soft crust and cold, fatty cheese, or scowl at the idea of pizza that isn't hot, crisp, and melty. Yet if we were to stand by the ...more

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