Month: June 2006

Strawberry Shortcakes with Vanilla Whipped Cream

admin June 30, 2006 No Comments Adventures in the Kitchen, Desserts, Favorites, Summer Fare

From the July 2003 issue of Martha Stewart Living; this is my favorite strawberry shortcake recipe, and it makes for a beautiful presentation. Strawberry Shortcakes Makes nine 2.5″ or twenty-five 1.5″ shortcakes (IME it makes more than this) For a deeper flavor, try substituting 1/3 cup firmly packed dark-brown sugar for the 1/3 cup granulated […]

BBQ Chicken Pizza

admin June 22, 2006 No Comments Adventures in the Kitchen, Main dishes, Summer Fare

Grilled Barbecued Chicken Pizza Source: Cooking Light magazine 6 servings (serving size: 1/3 pizza) RECIPE INGREDIENTS 2/3 cup barbecue sauce, divided 1 cup (about 6 ounces) roasted skinned, boned chicken breast (such as Tyson), chopped 2 (10-inch) Quick-and-Easy Pizza Crusts Cooking spray 1/2 cup (2 ounces) shredded smoked Gouda cheese 1/2 cup (2 ounces) shredded […]

Pizza Crust

admin June 22, 2006 No Comments Adventures in the Kitchen, Breads, Main dishes

Quick-and-Easy Pizza Crust Source: Cooking Light magazine 2 (10-inch) pizza crusts (serving size: 1 crust) We call for bread flour because it’s higher in protein than all-purpose flour and makes a firmer, denser crust. You can, however, substitute all-purpose flour. RECIPE INGREDIENTS 2 cups bread flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1 package quick-rise […]

Gingerbread Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

admin June 22, 2006 No Comments Adventures in the Kitchen, Desserts, Summer Fare

Gingerbread Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches Source: Great Gingerbread Serves 16 Crisp and creamy – there is something positively paradoxical, but absolutely right about an ice-cream sandwich. In this recipe, the fresh ginger ice cream has a peppery zing that guests find ravishing. This dessert is a favorite at our house when friends come over for […]

Maple Walnut Pie

admin June 20, 2006 No Comments Adventures in the Kitchen, Desserts

From Baker’s Catalogue; it’s supposed to be similar to a pecan pie, which I can’t make because we STILL can’t get organic corn syrup. Maple Walnut Pie Along with molasses, maple syrup (or sugar) is the sweetener of choice in old-time New England recipes. Native Americans taught the early settlers to tap maple trees in […]

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