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Sangría

i'm with you with the no sugar, BritinCan. It's usually so sweet as it is.
When I make sangria it's usually peach season here in PA and I cut up a peach, lemon, orange, and lime and let them soak in a little peach schnapps for a few hours before adding a large jug of cheap locally made table wine. it's a lot less complicated especially if you're not a big drinker and don't have a huge bar to utilize. was a smash at our fourth of july party last night.

Jul 05, 2009
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Nutella Bread Pudding

this was a really yummy dessert. big hit at a dinner party!

Jul 05, 2009
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Cheesy Artichoke Dip

really enjoyed the recipe. i made a few alterations to make it GLUTEN FREE, which no one could even tell because it was so delicious. I used bob's red mill all purpose GF blend of flour and even the morning after the dip hadn't separated. I added a half bag frozen spinach (thawed with excess moisture squeezed out) and used romano cheese instead of parmesan (all I had in the fridge). also didn't bake the dip (couldn't used bread crumbs), but i served it in a fondue setup so the dip stayed warm and had continuous heat throughout the event. it was absolutely delicious!

Jul 05, 2009
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Eating Expired Eggs

you can always perform the "floating" test to see if the eggs are still good. uncooked eggs that are still edible will at least touch the bottom of a container that has a water level higher that the egg. Eggs that float should be tossed.

Feb 26, 2009
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please help identify this kitchen tool !!

I think you're right this looks exactly like it! thanks for the link

Feb 24, 2009
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please help identify this kitchen tool !!

Thanks for the suggestion. I was thinking something like that but I can't seem to find any pictures online to confirm. I guess I just need to sacrifice a potato and find out.

Feb 24, 2009
mollitachiquita in Cookware

please help identify this kitchen tool !!

I recently inherited a large quantity of my late great Aunt's kitchen tools. I have been trying to figure out what this one is and how it is used. the only writing on it says "made in italy" as well as ACEA on the handle which I know is an Italian cookware company. I can not admit with out embarrassment how many hours I have spent on the internet trying to find a picture or something that would help. Any help would be greatly appreciated

Feb 24, 2009
mollitachiquita in Cookware