Since it is pumpkin spice season, Allan decided to unravel the mess around the pumpkin spice frenzy. Today, he has chosen to highlight cinnamon. Using a semi-sweet apple cider muffin as his base, he elevated cinnamon to the strongest flavor and added a pinch of cinnamon sugar to the caps just for effect. The gatheredContinue reading “The Food Dude: 9.14.2023: Apple Cider Cinnamon Muffins”
Scott is back in his time kitchen again. This time he takes on a cold oven pound cake, tomato soup cake, and a Turkish coffee inspired by Vincent Price.
Scott decided to save some serious money this episode by making pizza at home from scratch. Yes, that includes making his own crust. Pizza Dough3 1/2 cups flour1 teaspoon salt2 1/4 teaspoons instant yeast1 tablespoon sugar2 tablespoons olive oil1 1/3 cups warm water (100-110F) Mix the sugar and water together. Once the sugar is dissolved,Continue reading “Cooking in a Tiny Kitchen: Season 1 Episode 7: Homemade Pizza”
Allan is on a run with seasonal foods. Today’s ingredient is fresh figs. Dan and Ditch are lucky enough to try portable fig bread pudding also known as fig loaf.
Do you have a moment to discuss the humble fig? To be honest, it is not even really a fruit. It is more of the flower gone off the deep end. However, they are so tasty. They get ripe right about the first of August, so we are blessed with lots of sweet wonderful figsContinue reading “Fig Loaf”
I was telling the truth on my radio show, The Food Dude, when I said I was trying to think of something to cook the night before the show. I had just picked nearly a pint of fresh strawberries from my plants, so a simple bread leapt to my mind. (2) Cup of all purposeContinue reading “Strawberry Bread”
Allan , the Food Dude, feeds Ditch and Dan fresh strawberry bread made from fresh picked berries. Then Dan asks about grilling for Memorial Day. Allan hands out a lot of great tips and tricks. https://omny.fm/shows/memphis-morning-news/allan-the-food-dude-memorial-day-recipes
I started looking at Victorian foods and specifically Victorian holiday foods and found there is no shortage of recipes. After the successful sugar plums, I wanted to look at the infamous fruitcake. As expected, there are as many variations out there as there are families that baked the holiday treat. One thing about all theContinue reading “Old Fashioned Fruitcake”
Yes, Halloween is my favorite holiday, however, November delivers so many wonderful cooking opportunities and ingredients. One of my favorite ones to carry over is the majestic pumpkin. I am afraid that is it a bit of lost food in our busy modern world. They are a remarkable squash. If you have whole undamaged pumpkinsContinue reading “Pumpkin Bread”