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Category: Snacks

How To Make a Snack Gift Basket

Published October 29, 2013        by Sarah

snack gift basket 150x150 How To Make a Snack Gift BasketThe next time you have a party to go to or are visiting a friend for an overnight stay, bring along a snack gift basket. You will be bringing some good cheer as well as a treat that no one can resist. What are some things you could include in a snack basket? The question really is what can't you include! Snacks of every shape and kind can be incorporated into a basket for a good friend or family member. Choose a Snack Theme Start off by picking a theme. Do you want to go savory or sweet? Do you want a movie themed basket with treats you'd eat while watching a flick? Or do you want a basket that the kids can easily grab from to help themselves at snack time? Containers Start by choosing a container. This can be anything from a galvanized metal tub to a handsome wicker basket. Plastic Read more

Milk and Cookies: The Old Age Combination

Published April 01, 2013        by Sarah

Jellaluna1 150x150 Milk and Cookies: The Old Age CombinationThere are few things quite as delicious as a glass of ice-cold milk with an oven-fresh cookie. Have you ever taken the time to wonder, though, why this amazing combination works so well together? The American Tradition First, it’s important to note that milk with cookies is a uniquely American tradition. While other countries around the world may well have made themselves famous for this type of cookie or that one, very few of them actually enjoy milk and cookies together. In fact, most other countries look upon milk as a drink for children. Few countries outside the US even use milk in their coffee except in the morning, so a tall glass of milk with those cookies would be out of the question in many different areas of the world. That fact, though, does little to answer the question of why Read more

Toledo Hot Fudge Sundae

Published June 19, 2008        by Nicole

5278605875 67854e45a0 z 150x150 Toledo Hot Fudge Sundae Who doesn't love a delicious fudge sundae for dessert or even just for a snack? These chocolate treats are so tasty and simply tradition that they should be found at every restaurant in America. But since they're not, or in case you want to give some in your dessert gift basket, then you may just have to make them yourself. Here's a great recipe to get you started. Ingredients: 2 ounces unsweetened dark chocolate 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter 1/8 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1 cup sugar 1/4 cup milk 1/4 cup heavy cream Directions: Melt the chocolate and butter in the top pot of a double broiler. Add the cocoa powder and stir until dissolved. Gradually stir in the sugar, and cook for 10 minutes, stirring. Add the milk and cream. Cook, stirring occasionally for 10 minutes. Read more

Bread Dough

Published March 24, 2008        by Nicole

shutterstock 102857627 150x150 Bread DoughIf you've ever had the urge to make your own fresh bread, then you've stumbled on the right recipe. One of the best things to make from scratch, homemade bread dough is really a special treat. Ingredients: 3 lb. plain flour 1 oz. yeast (1 ½ cakes) 1 tbsp. sugar 3 cups warm water 1 tbsp. salt 2 tbsp. butter or lard Directions: If using dry yeast, follow the directions on the package. If fresh yeast, cream the yeast and sugar together and add the liquid. Mix the flour and salt together. Add the yeast with its liquid and mix to firm dough. Soften the butter and add it to the mixture. Knead, adding more flour if required until the dough is smooth and elastic. Put the dough into a warm bowl, cover with a cloth and leave about 1 hour or until it has Read more

Zabaglione - Marsala Custard

Published February 13, 2008        by Nicole

Most people stick to the preferred cookies and pies. But if you want to try something new and venture from the norm, this marsala custard is the perfect recipe to try out. 6 egg yolks 6 half eggshells full of Marsala (heavy sweet sherry) 6 level tsp. sugar Break egg yolks into top part of large double broiler. Add sugar. Beat with egg beater until light lemon color and thoroughly blended. Add marsala. Beat thoroughly again. Place boiling water in lower part of double broiler. Cook egg yolk mixture (over boiling water) about 5 minutes or until it begins to thicken. While cooking be sure to beat consistently. Do not allow to boil. Remove from fire immediately upon first sign of bubble. Cool. Place in refrigerator. Serve cold in sherbet or parfait glasses. [ Serves 6 ] Read more