Make Pork Pies

How To : Make melton mowbray pork pie

A flavorsome pork and bacon meat pie, encased in a buttery pastry casing. Sample this melton mowbray pork pie recipe. Make melton mowbray pork pie. Click through to watch this video on videojug.com

How To : Make savory pork pie

Though this dish doesn't look very pretty, it does pack a lot of flavor in the ground pork and onions. Once you make the dough, the rest of it is as easy as, well, pie. This dish is the perfect comfort food for a cold day or just any day when you need a simple, soothing dish. ...more

How To : Can fruit in syrup or as a pie filling

David and Andrea show you how to can fruit in syrup and how to can homemade pie filling. For this example they are using fresh apricots - yum! They also decide to roast some pork for lunch - how random!

How To : Prepare a versatile lemon sauce

Lemon sauce is very versatile. In this how to video Chef Paul explains how to make a lemon sauce from scratch. Use it for pork roasts, fruit sauces, bread puddings, or even pies. Watch and learn how easy it is to whip up a lemon sauce.

How To : Make a Lebanese knafeh na'ama dessert

When it comes to making food for special occasions, traditional American foods like bbq pork, hot dogs, and apple pies get old fast. While they're super tasty, it's refreshing to switch up your foodstuff line up every now and then. For a dessert that's delicious and very prett ...more

How To : Make miniature shepherd's pies

Is a regular size Shepherd's pie too much? Learn how to make miniature Shepherd's pies. Great for luncheons and parties. This is a fast and easy way to make Shepherd's pies. Ingredients you will need are: 250 g minced meat (beef/pork/chicken) Diced onion 1 tbsp. Bisto sauc ...more

How To : Make a Buster Keaton style hat

In order to make a Pork Pie/Buster Keaton Hat, you will need the following: a felt hat, water, scissors, and a ribbon. There's no sewing needed to make this hat. Submerge the hat in water. Get the hat really saturated. When the hat is fully saturate, place it on a flat surfac ...more

How To : Make the Most of Your Thanksgiving Leftovers

There are those who prefer Thanksgiving leftovers to the actual official meal, much like people who prefer cold pizza. I'm definitely in the latter camp. There's something luxurious about enjoying your perfectly cooked turkey and stuffing while wearing sweatpants and not havin ...more

News : Make a Rubik's Cubewich

From the blog Insanewiches, the cleverly assembled Rubik's Cubewich: "The Rubik’s Cube has confounded us for years. Maybe the sandwich version of this puzzling brain teaser will do the same. The Rubix Cubewich contains cubes of pastrami, kielbasa, pork fat, salami, and two ty ...more

How To : 56 Completely Necessary Booze Hacks

Fight me all you want, but it ain't a party without alcohol—whether it's a Halloween party, Christmas party, dinner party, or even a damn wedding. (If you think that people will stick around after dinner for a dry wedding, then you're sorely mistaken.) And while we'd all love ...more

How To : Why You Should Be Making Your Own Spices at Home

In my opinion, spices are the key to a successful kitchen. With a healthy array of spices and spice mixes, you have the foundation for nearly any dish that you want to make; the culinary world is your oyster. With a depleted cupboard of spices, however, nearly every recipe loo ...more

How To : The Know-It-All's Guide to Caramelization

Look on any bistro or pub menu in America and you'll likely find the term caramelized onions as an option for your burger. The word "caramel" may conjure up images of candy, which is somewhat correct. When high temperatures are applied to certain foods, the sugars within them ...more

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