Is there really any difference between chicken strips and chicken fingers? Yes. One has 14 letters and the other only 13. Our suggestion is to serve them over baked potatoes, but this is just a suggestion. You can have them with beer if you like.
People started eating silver dollar pancakes in the 19th century. It’s no problem if you make yours slightly larger than the original silver dollar. We did and we’ve decided to upgrade them with apple, raisins, and oat flakes. You can serve them with maple syrup or any other syrup of your choosing.
A little decadence never hurt anyone! Or did it? At least not in the kitchen and not this time, no. Come with us and let’s bake a butternut squash, then fill it’s scooped-out lower half with grated potatoes fried in butter. Not to mention the gooey parmesan and the prosciutto crudo topping. Told you, decadence never hurt anyone…
This is not just another banana bread. This time we’d like to introduce you to the melted chocolate, too. Not just bananas, rum, eggs, flour, and sugar. We’ll fill and top the bread at the same time, by making a rectangular cut 1 or 2-inch deep where the melted chocolate will go.
Lo’ and behold, ye pumpkin lovers! The mildly sweet mighty pumpkin is here with us again! This time not as a pie but in the form of a scrumptious cake. One flavored with vanilla, glazed with sugar, and topped with egg white foam, more sugar glaze, and chocolate syrup. Proceed!
Although this cake has some cocoa in it, it is not about chocolate. The red velvet cake is a fluffy and creamy American dessert where cream cheese and buttermilk have the upper hand. We’ve used just a tad of harmless red food coloring and flavored the whole thing with lemon juice and vanilla extract.
This is not Tschirky’s original Waldorf salad. Instead, we played a little with the ‘classical’ recipe. We kept the walnuts, apples, and celery, but we substituted grapes with pineapple and tossed cognac-soaked dried fruits into the mix. No mayonnaise! And no bed of lettuce or other leafy greens, this time. Try it. It’s good!