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Perfect coleslaw

Growing up in Southern California I don’t remember coleslaw being a thing.  My mother never made it, and while it was often available at picnics and potlucks, it was always the gloopy, white, mayo-coated variety, probably picked up from a grocery store deli counter or created with dressing made by Kraft.* I actually really like mayonnaise, but somehow glopping it on cabbage never did it for me. 491 more words

Adventures In The Green Kitchen

No work, no kneading, what's not to like?

Flour, salt, yeast, water, and time perseverance

My third attempt at “No Knead Bread” yielded this beautiful, rustic boule.

I’m in my third week of attempting to make good bread.  2,060 more words

Recipes That Worked!

Adventures in hot dog buns?

Hot dog buns on the cooling rack made from The Bread Machine Book by Marjie Lambert

Last night I grilled up some hot dogs for dinner.  329 more words

Adventures In The Green Kitchen

In Pursuit of Perfect Bread

Light wheat bread from The Bread Baker’s Apprentice and featured on Smitten Kitchen

Adventures in Bread

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve developed a new interest: making dough for rolls, pizza crust, and now bread in the West Bend bread machine (circa 1994) that Elizabeth purchased at a second-hand store when she bought the house a couple of years ago. 352 more words

Adventures In The Green Kitchen