The Milk Chocolate Brownies recipe from the same Farm Journal cookbook are very, very easy to throw together, and always a big hit. Not a gooey brownie, and not a blondie. In between.
Looks like I'll be getting some cream of tartarSugar cookies were mentioned. Here's a really good recipe from an old Farm Journal cookbook, which I mentioned in the Comments section..
Recipe is from a book I purchased at a library book sale. Great cookies! Country Fair Cookbook. Every recipe a Blue Ribbon Winner. By the Food Editors of Farm Journal. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1975. Rich, buttery sugar cookies that melt in your mouth. Picture...www.food.com
We did some shopping this morning so the cinnamon buns will be made before the ice hits along with some shrimp marinara.I have to make cinnamon rolls soon. Just one left in the freezer. I make two trays at a time, 24 cinnamon rolls. The trays freeze very well.
I just use the standard recipe a lot of folks post. I found it on a Dutch oven cooking web site from aBoy Scout troop from Texas. Been making them since 2007. Have made them over 150 times.
I posted the recipe I follow on the old recipezaar.com. It's now ...
I chanced upon these while searching Dutch oven web sites and found http://www.ani-lati.org/seabreeze/breakfest_dishes.htm. Very easy to make. Better to make them in a 13- by 9-inch pan. Making a second tray takes only an additional 15 - 20 minutes. Additional pictures are at...www.food.com
That’s how I feel when you post pictures of your garden produce, Begreen.This thread is killing me. I have to wipe the drool off of my keyboard.
Is that some kind of stove top oven? If so maybe a wood stove gets hot enough.Great topic! I love to cook/bake
I found a site for bread bakers if y'all are curious: www.thefreshloaf.com Tons and gobs of information. There's even
an wood fired baking thread.
and a question:
have any of y'all used one of these on their woodburner? I'm wondering if they really work as
they're supposed to....
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Yesterday was the first time, and yes I would do them again. Some weren't as thin and stayed more bread like. I also tried to use both racks and I wish I had done one pan at a time. Every cracker was eaten. The recipe was super simple, for my test I used 1 cup of whole grain flour, 1/3 cup water, a sprinkle of salt. Next time I plan to make twice as many, maybe even tonight.Crackers is something I haven't done. Have you done them before? Would you do them again?
Coleman makes this. $36 on Amazon. Winterwell makes one that folds flat for storage. It's made of stainless and has a window, about $115.Is that some kind of stove top oven? If so maybe a wood stove gets hot enough.
Coleman makes this. $36 on Amazon. Winterwell makes one that folds flat for storage. It's made of stainless and has a window, about $115.
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Our stove provides a nice consistent ~350º on the trivet top during the long coaling stage, so this might work for our stove.
We're on the same wavelength. I made honey-orange-bourbon chicken in the dutch oven on the stove today. Served over rice with broccoli. It came out great. Definitely worth repeating. I should have gotten a picture, there were no leftovers.Tonight’s dinner was chicken with a not-too-sweet orange sauce served with cauliflower and rice. It was a hit, but the problem is that I don’t have enough for a meal of leftovers for tomorrow’s lunch. I wonder if I can manage more drumsticks in my slow cooker for a future attempt. View attachment 255210
We were on the same wavelength no doubt. I was juicing the oranges and missing all those satsumas we had last year on our tree (it’s strongly alternate bearing). I would have preferred broccoli with the meal, but it’s too high in (natural, healthy) food chemicals for our allergic child. I love that you can slow cook on your stovetop. My mom keeps piece of soapstone (she’s a native Vermonter) on her stove for when she wants a slower heating pot.We're on the same wavelength. I made honey-orange-bourbon chicken in the dutch oven on the stove today. Served over rice with broccoli. It came out great. Definitely worth repeating. I should have gotten a picture, there were no leftovers.
I used this basic recipe, but with fresh orange juice instead of apple juice and a few tweaks of my own. It was done in 2 hrs.
This delicious Bourbon Chicken simmers in the crock pot all day for an easy meal! The marinade creates a delicious sauce and is perfect served over rice!www.spendwithpennies.com
Chocolate isn’t usually my first choice, but somehow a fresh-from-the-wood-fired-cookstove cookie would really hit the spot right now. Alas, no cookies and no fires around here tonight.Crappy cell pics, but these are amazing. I'm trying not to eat all of them.
Double chocolate cookie Recipe: https://food52.com/recipes/62762-whole-wheat-double-chocolate-chip-cookies
Usually I'm not one much for chocolate but brownies were requested. Unfortunately we don't have a good brownie pan so I found this recipe!Chocolate isn’t usually my first choice, but somehow a fresh-from-the-wood-fired-cookstove cookie would really hit the spot right now. Alas, no cookies and no fires around here tonight.