Tag: bread

Homewood Companion – cast iron cooking stove

Hi, I’m Zak! – and I’m Janie and we’d like to show you the Homewood Companion Looking good, son (laughter) Now, that is a good fire, son! Hello! I’m David, this is my son Zak and Zak’s going to run you though a demonstration of the Homewood Companion (more laughing) OKAAAAY, let’s do that again… […]

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Keto Mexican Chile Colorado!! The perfect Stew!

hey what’s up guys welcome to Keira bambam today we can be making a delicious north of Mexico food called Chile Colorado with no palates this is a Mason recipe and it’s kid friendly so let’s go ahead and get me first we’re going to need six large garlic cloves one and a half tablespoons […]

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LASAGNE BREAD BOWL

Hello folks welcome to my virgin kitchen hope you are well lets not get sad, well we can if you want today is the last video recipe of the year and this is a lasagne bread bowl, check out the cheese pull on this, so good, lasagne bread bowl but it does not actually have […]

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Fast Proof (209): Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way

>>Pépin: ONE OF THE GREAT WAY OF USING DAY-OLD BREAD, LIKE BAGUETTE OR COUNTRY BREAD, IS TO CUT THEM INTO SLICE AND INTO BIG STICK LIKE THIS, PUT THAT ONTO A TRAY, LITTLE BIT OF OLIVE OIL OR OTHER OIL ON TOP. YOU MIX CHEESE–GRATED CHEESE, PAPRIKA, CUMIN. IT CAN BE PARMESAN OR OTHER CHEESE. […]

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Bread Flip: Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | KQED

>>Pépin: I LOVE SAUSAGE, AND I LOVE KIELBASA SAUSAGE. GET THEM RIGHT OUT OF THE MARKET. I TAKE A SKILLET. I PUT POMEGRANATE JUICE. I PUT SOME KETCHUP IN IT. I PUT A LITTLE BIT OF TABASCO. I COOK THAT TO REDUCE IT. I ADD MY SAUSAGE TO IT UNTIL IT GLAZE, AND I GLAZE […]

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Binging with Babish: Breakfast from Howl’s Moving Castle

Hey, what’s up guys welcome back to Binging with Babish where this week we’re finally taking a look at food from a Miyazaki movie. Something like bacon and eggs might seem like a very simple place to start, but it’s the perfect excuse to learn how to make our own bacon from scratch. First thing […]

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