Gluten Free Opinion… Making & Baking Donuts

Everyone has an opinions, a different idea of what perfect taste is. There are many ways of cooking to getting the job done, maybe you learned at home like me. People say different things to us, trends change and dietary restrictions. Everyone seems to have a problem with gluten but imagine you are a baker … Continue reading Gluten Free Opinion… Making & Baking Donuts

How To Make Crispy Onion Rings

Everyone knows french fries but what about onion rings. A favorite, commonly found in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and some parts of Asia. They are a golden ring deep-fried and crispy. The exact origins of the onion ring are unknown, then in 1933 “dipped in milk then dredged in flour appeared … Continue reading How To Make Crispy Onion Rings

Ham Hock Collards & Ricotta Wontons

In a world where finger foods rule, a smoked ham hock & collard green rangoon changes everything. It’s important to stand out this time of year. The super bowl is this weekend! The parties are going off! You want people to remember your party as the one that set records. It is effortless as well. … Continue reading Ham Hock Collards & Ricotta Wontons

Spätzle With Lamb & Apple Braised Cabbage

Spätzle With Lamb & Apple Braised Cabbage Spatzle is a soft egg noodle found in the cuisines of German, Austria & Hungary dishes. The geographic origin of spätzle is not precisely known; various regions claim to be the originators of this noodle. Spätzle has been found in documents dating from 1725. When I learned to make … Continue reading Spätzle With Lamb & Apple Braised Cabbage

Donut Bread Pudding

Donut Bread Pudding We’re gonna make doughnut bread pudding with a Pabst Blue Ribbon icing glaze. After making doughnuts we had a lot of extra. More than either of us could possibly eat but that’s not a problem. The donuts begin to dry out, lose that crispy exterior that we all love. Anyone without doughnuts, … Continue reading Donut Bread Pudding

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