Your recipes are all on point, easy and simple to make, as well as being delicious. Thankx Randy December 7, 2014 at 10:34 am Hi Jenny—so I started making your xmas cookies last night made the dough, wrapped it in foil, put it in the fridge, and took it out this morning, about twelve hours later , and when I took the dough out to begin rolling and cutting, it was pretty much just as wet and soft as the night before, and therefore difficult to lift shapes out without breaking up into little pieces. I am mentioning this because I bet a lot of people will find out about your blog through her post and will not be able to subscribe. Punching down the dough twice will improve flavor as well as texture. You are definitely helping me through my college years with all of these delicious and simple recipes! April 13, 2016 at 4:14 pm Other half made your rye bread and we have pitched all other recipes.
I am sure you have mentioned in your videos sometimes that very thing, but later on I forget what works or even if it works to freeze the recipe. Too-crunchy cookies are usually the result of over-baking. Just getting interested in sauerkraut and think it would be great to have an authentic recipe for making it as well as some recipes for incorporating it in cooking. I was excited to see that you were able to reduce the time. If you are a veteran professional chef, you could find advice on how to deal with a cranky boss or find out about new opportunities in exotic locations. I left a comment somewhere else but did not get a reply from you.
Apparently, there was a misinterpretation on one of our parts, and when I put those in his lunch, he came home and told me he meant crunchy sesame breadsticks, which, despite the plethora of Italian meal accompaniaments available in stores, I had a hard time finding in the retail community, so I went to the web and found your recipe for them and made him some. July 26, 2014 at 1:07 pm Dear Jenny, Shortly after my fiance and I met, I asked him if he liked sesame sticks, meaning the little snacks you can buy either packaged or now by weight from bins in some grocery stores, so I bought some to put in his work lunches. I enjoy the healthy aspect of you cooking because 5 years ago my husband had heart surgery and we had to change our way of eating. But you can always check half way through and add tomato juice. Thank you for giving me so much. Is there a secret to your success? April 11, 2016 at 1:23 pm A great big bouquet of roses to you and your cooking shows….
Have just received an invite to a kitchen tea and already spoke the mother of the groom about your site. Also, how many ounces of flour do you use? But I never use only juice for the meal. August 14, 2016 at 3:57 am Your blog looks great. The greatest thing one can do for themselves is to eat healthy. July 17, 2016 at 7:49 pm My Polish grandmother use to make a round ball shaped dumpling and on the inside was a plum cut in half, pit removed and stuffed with sugar and cinnamon.
I hope to watch them all before the wedding!! Potato pancakes prepared in the food processor will produce a smooth batter. I suggest you try again making one batch so your focus is only on one, be sure to aerate the flour before measuring , and see how it turns out. All I can say is that I would set small goals rather than addressing the bigger picture. Thank you for making my day and may God Bless you abundantly! Very nice and no greasy or oily cakes. Oh, and I always season with parsley and basil. Thank you for the best site I have accidentally found.
I always cook with onions and garlic and things like parsley to increase flavor and lessen the need for salt. This is a totally different method for baking bread and does not require kneading. I learned about it through Joy the Baker. Your enthusiasm and positive energy are like a double-dose of happy and I usually feel a little bouncier myself after a viewing. September 19, 2014 at 10:00 pm Hi Jenny, I have heard you mention several times a cookbook.
Would it do the trick if I kept the heat on a low temperature? I like your hippie designs on your tea towels. I am supposed to be completing my thesis this week, and of course today I am blocked and cannot write. I made your angel wings for Christmas. That is the fan that circulates the air inside allowing for more even cooking, browning, and faster cooking time. February 2, 2015 at 9:52 am I brought my first stand-up mixer around Christmas and made my first homemade cinnamon buns.
An elegant first course for summer. I want to cook them the same I have in the YouTube video where you cook it in the oven. January 4, 2016 at 8:42 am I made the lemon meringue pie. I remember you on your show and was sorry when it went off the air. I think your kitchen is so neat looking, with your multi-colored gadgets, and I laugh when I see each of your cute timers. Do you, perhaps, have a recipe — if so, which brand pickle I have tried many. I will follow you from now on.