Black sanding sugar isn't the easiest item to find, but if you can track it down (I located some at a nearby Williams-Sonoma), it'll add a truly memorable touch. When the sugar melts, it turns a greenish hue for an even eerier effect! For the spooktacular recipe, keep reading.
Posts for October 27th 2010
The refrigerated creme will come in four flavors: original, savory garlic, Santa Fe, and Italian herb and is designed to be used as a sauce for sautéing and pan-frying. A similar version is already available in Australian markets, where's it's being touted as having 60 percent less fat than regular cream.
Sounds like an interesting concept, but what's the point? Don't we already use cream cheese in everything from pasta to dips to cheesecake? Between cream cheese, neufchâtel, whipped cream, and sour cream, it seems to me the bases are all covered. What do you think of the concept? Would you buy it?
The Japanese have been behind some of the most fabulous revolutions, whether it's sushi, acupuncture, or yoga. Now Sokenbicha is coming to America; get ready for the Teavolution of your life.
Sokenbicha Tea (water + tea + botanicals) comes in five authentically brewed (zero calorie!) unsweetened teas, blended with the goodness of natural botanicals. The best part? Each tea contains the refreshment of water with the flavor and goodness of authentically brewed tea and natural botanicals. Green tea, chamomile, ginger, peach flowers, rose hips, and black tea (that's enough botanicals to make you a life-long Teavangelist).
- Paula Deen makes a dirty appearance on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. — Eater
- Candy sales are projected to be up from last year. — Eatocracy
- Zagat releases its 2011 Top Restaurants Guide. — Feast
- How to throw a Halloween bash, according to Amy Sedaris. — Epicurious
- Chez Panisse responds to its Michelin demotion. — Grub Street SF
- Just in time for the World Series, chefs share game-time bites. — Huffington Post Food
- A Fall-perfect baked pumpkin with brown sugar egg custard recipe. — Serious Eats
- Which fanciful Willy Wonka treats have actually been invented? — Chow
- Study finds corn syrup and table sugar are not the same. — The Atlantic
- An introduction to lardcore: Southern food goes hardcore. — Time
Fine black sanding sugar
1 lady apple, chopped
1/2 lime, cut into wedges
1 ounce maple syrup
1 ounce apple cider
2 ounces vodka
1 thin crosswise slice lady apple, for garnish
- Moisten the rim of a martini glass with water. Place sanding sugar in a saucer and dip rim of glass in sanding sugar to coat; set aside.
- In a cocktail shaker, muddle together apple cubes and lime wedges. Add syrup, cider, and vodka; fill with ice. Cover and shake until well combined. Strain into prepared martini glass; top with club soda. Garnish with apple slice and serve.
Makes 1 cocktail.
- Drinks, Cocktails
- North American
Get in the spirit of Fall with this super-simple recipe for pumpkin whoopie pies. No fancy standing mixer is required, and the quick-bake time (10 minutes) means you can put a finger-licking-good dessert together at the last minute. The filling is a classic cream cheese frosting that pairs perfectly with the moist fluffy pumpkin cakes. Check out the uncomplicated recipe after the break.
Atole de Arroz is one of my all time favorite breakfasts, it's perfect to warm you up on a chilly morning!
Follow this quick, easy, and foolproof recipe and none of your guests will know you didn't make the brownies from scratch. Throw in your favorite Halloween candy and you'll have a complete dessert spread in a matter of minutes. Check out the recipe here.