There are two basics I think every kitchen needs: a cookie sheet or baking sheet and a baking dish or casserole.
Making your own bread just seems to taste better. Also, you know exactly what’s in it. No dough conditioners or other stuff used to make commercial breads. And once you get the hang of it, you open up a whole new world of possibilities.
This open pie is made with bacon, onion and cheese. Real men do eat quiche. It can be as fancy or as hearty as you like.
Baking powder uses baking soda with other compounds to create the same reaction, but once the food is exposed to heat.
Most people just think that it’s any style of deep dish pizza. But real Chicago pizza can be so much more.
There are times when using a sugar substitute is a great idea, even if there may be health risks.
This is a very easy dish that can be adapted in all sorts of ways to fit your personal tastes.
Essentially, it’s a lemon flavored cake, all made from scratch, of course, topped with a lemon syrup that soaks into the cake. It makes this cake moist and full of lemon flavor.
Cornbread goes well with this holiday feast. Not only does it make great dressing, but it’s darn tasty all by itself with a little butter.
They are a great fish to learn how to cook seafood.