Method1 Cook the corn: Cook the corn ears, in their husks, either on the grill for a smoky flavor, or by steaming in a large covered stock pot with an inch of boiling water at the bottom of the pot, for 12-15 minutes, or by cooking in a microwave.Let the corn cool (can run under cold water to speed up the cooling), remove the husks and silk.
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It’s difficult to think of a more indulgent and yet comforting brunch dish than eggs benedict. And it’s difficult to order anything else once you spot them on the menu!No need to go out to eat when eggs benedict is easy to make at home! If you’re looking to treat yourself and your family or friends to a stylish start to a Saturday or Sunday morning, you definitely need to give them a go.
When you are pondering an appetizer for a party, you can never go wrong with hummus. It’s popular with kids and adults, it’s easy to make in quantities large or small, and it’s highly adaptable.Earthy, savory, creamy, protein-packed: hummus is a great base for all kinds of add-ins.Sure there are a bunch of pre-made flavor variations available at the store, but it’s so easy to make your own “house” version.
Looking for delicious, nutritious ways to start your morning? Look no further with tips on shaking up how you serve your yogurt, and why we& 39;re reaching for this nutrient-packed favorite every day.This post is written in partnership with Dannon.You know you’ve been there: staring into the fridge wondering what to grab for breakfast.
Delicious apple recipes from Our Site and other food blogs. Apple cakes, apple tarts, applesauce, baked apples and more.Photography Credit:Elise Bauer“If you would only eat an apple a day, we would use these up,” my mother exclaimed today, as she has every day for the last month.Yeah, right. What about the other thousand apples still on the trees, mom?
All TipsElise BauerGrilled Corn on the Cob20 minGluten-Free, VegetarianNo need to soak your corn on the cob, or give it any special treatment before grilling. The secret to the easiest grilled corn? Grill it as is, husks on. Read more on why this works.Summer MillerHow to Save a Soggy CheesecakeDid you find water in your cheesecake?
During the summer months, I find myself with two problems:1. When my sweet tooth strikes suddenly, but it’s a zillion degrees outside, turning on the oven is honestly the last thing I want to do. So my desire to munch on all the sweets in the world continues on, and I get a little…cranky.2. When I’ve been invited to a party or I decide to host a party and I need a scrumptious dessert, but it’s a zillion degrees outside.
I recently had the pleasure of attending a small class on Chinese tea and tea ceremony. Chinese tea ceremony is quite a different way to drink tea than either traditional English style or Japanese tea ceremony.What follows are some of my notes from the class and the basic steps involved in Chinese tea ceremony.
Blueberries! Strawberries! Raspberries! Just give me ALL the berries!The love for sweet, ripe, juicy berries and other fruits has always been strong in my family — my mom often says that the one thing she could be sure my brother and I would eat when we were kids was the fruit salad.For me, the farmers’ market this time of year is like walking into a candy store.
Father’s Day is just around the corner! Like our Mother’s Day Gift Guide, today we’re sharing gifts we’ve given (or would like to give!) to our dads to mark the occasion.From a collection of hot sauces from around the world, to an heirloom-quality cast iron skillet, we looked for gifts that would enrich his hobbies and habits, spark new ones, or just be something fun to do together!
I know you like potatoes and saving money. I know this because you walked into your local supermarket and couldn’t help yourself. You had to buy a 5-pound sack of potatoes because they were on sale for $1.99.You looked at that sack of potatoes I thought to yourself, “I can buy 5 pounds of potatoes. I love French Fries!
Do you have a friend, sister, or daughter celebrating her first Mother’s Day this year? What a special occasion! While Mother’s Day is always the perfect excuse to pamper the special women in our lives, it’s an especially good time to shower a new mother with a little extra love and attention.Here are a few thoughtful gift ideas for the new mom in your life!
We’ve been talkin’ mushrooms here at Our Site lately: how to select and store them, plus how to prep them. Now it’s time to get cooking! If you have a full or partial carton of mushrooms you’d like to tackle, these recipes won’t disappoint.RecipesWant groceries delivered to your door?Shop the ingredients for these recipes right here!
If there’s anything that will make your life 25x easier, it’s rotisserie chicken. It’s inexpensive, jam-packed with flavor, and can be used in about a thousand ways.I love buying a few at a time and freezing what I don’t immediately need, so that I can just pull out a bag of chicken whenever I need to get dinner on the table FAST.
For the longest time, my Instant Pot scared me. I have heard far too many horror stories of pressure cooking gone wrong, so I stayed far away for as long as I could.But like many of you out there, I was soon bit by the pressure cooking bug, and it bit me hard. I finally caved and bought one and haven’t looked back.
For me, the bottom line of life is that dinner needs to be on the table every night whether it’s hot or cold, winter or summer, Bachelorette season or not. This said, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve looked at the clock at 4:00 pm and thought, “What’s for dinner?!”If you find yourself asking this same question, I’m here to tell you to embrace the sizzling goodness of skillets!
Yellow is my favorite color, hands down. There’s just something so bright and cheery about it that always brings a giant smile to my face (and I mean ALWAYS), even in the midst of the winter gloom.I think the same can be said about citrus of all kinds. Not only does it smell delightfully fresh and come in vibrant colors, it has a well-earned reputation for instantly brightening up the flavor of any sweet or savory dish.
It feels right to eat asparagus in springtime. While it’s much easier now to find good asparagus year-round than it was five years ago (thanks to an increase in imported asparagus), the vegetable is still best in spring – particularly if you can find domestically grown (or locally grown) spears.Now that you know how to buy and store asparagus and how to prep asparagus, it’s time to start cooking!
Food gifts are beloved by all, especially during the holidays. Whether it’s a plate of cookies or something more involved, like a loaf of bread, the act of giving food can mean the world to your neighbors, colleagues, and especially family and friends who live far away!So, what should you make for your loved ones?
Easter baskets are so fun to put together. I honestly cherish thinking of my loved ones as I assemble their baskets. If you’re like me and are trying to stay away from all the candy, why not make your own sweet treats? It adds a personalized touch and it’s such a great way to show my family how much I love them.
Ever made Corned Beef and Cabbage before? It may seem like a slightly intimidating dish, but have no fear! We have a variety of ways to bake this classic St. Patrick’s Day dish — from fast and furious in the Instant Pot to low and slow in the crockpot.Whichever way you choose to make it, we’re sure you’ll love it so much you’ll be on board for eating it more than once a year.