August 22, 2010
August 19, 2010
Here's what you need:
ChickenHere's how you make them:
Hot Wing Sauce
Cook the chicken, then add a generous amount of hot wing sauce. Make sure the chicken is thoroughly covered in sauce and set aside.
Next, add the sliced onion to the same pan. I add a little bit of sugar, then cover and cook at a low heat until the onions are translucent.
The final step...
Slightly heat the flat bread then top with chicken, onions, and blue cheese. If you wish to add an extra kick, drizzle some more hot wing sauce on top of everything.
And there you have it! A Buffalo Chicken Taco. Yum!
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August 17, 2010
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August 12, 2010
Help!!!! I'm completely addicted to homemade ice cream! My sister suggested checking myself into ice cream rehab. For the sake of my waistline, I may look into that. I found this little ice cream maker at Target a few weeks ago on clearance for $12. It's the kind that doesn't require the use of rock salt. You just keep the canister in the freezer and use it when you have a craving for ice cream (which for me is like every night).
I've been using this recipe I found online. It's incredibly easy and unbelievably delicious! I cut the serving size way down since our ice cream machine is small and it provides just enough for the two of us.
Here's the recipe:
1 cup Half & Half
2 T Whipping Cream
3 T White Sugar
1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
Pinch of Salt
Since we are big Shatto Milk fans, I decided to swap out the half and half and use Shatto's flavored whole milk instead and boy did we hit the jack pot!! AMAZING! My favorite so far is the strawberry, but the banana was wonderful too. If you live around the Kansas City area you HAVE to try Shatto Milk. Everything I've tried of theirs has been superb and their dairy farm is just a short drive away.
We like our ice cream topped with toasted walnuts. Yum! This is the perfect treat to end a hot summer day.
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August 11, 2010
August 9, 2010
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August 2, 2010
I used Wolfgang Puck's pizza dough recipe. It was simple to make and the dough was very easy to handle.
I baked the crust for about 8 minutes before adding these toppings:
And here they are fresh out of the oven. Both pizzas were delicious! I love the combination of pesto and tomatoes on a pizza, and something wonderful happens when artichoke hearts and bacon are combined - scrumptious!
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