Grilled Pizza Dough Throwdown: Part II Mise En Place

Rotating grilled pizzas.

  To recap:    In my first pizza dough throwdown post I pitted Peter Reinhart’s grilled pizza dough from “My American Pie” against my very own Foodie With Family semolina grilled pizza dough recipe.  The dough was prepared rested in the fridge overnight.   Now we move on to preparing the pizza.    Making sure you have everything…

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Quick Mason Jar Iced Coffee

I was so thirsty I drank 1/4 of this before taking the picture.  And, yes.  This is on my hand towel.  Even classier!

I love iced coffee.  My iced coffee proclivity is an anomaly because I’m not a daily coffee drinker.  When the mercury climbs, though, there’s something about a frothy, sweet, chocolaty , icy coffee that really rings my chimes.  I started making my own because the ones sold by most restaurants were too sweet for my tastes,…

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So easy a four year old can make it…

Leif makes yogurt dill dip.

In my column for the Record-Eagle last week I put my recipe for yogurt dill dip.  I got some really nice feedback from a reader who had recently been diagnosed with celiac disease and had been looking for a Ranch-type dressing and dip that she could eat without adverse reactions.  The dip fit the bill! …

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I love beurre manie!

beef-stew-a-la-beurre-manie

For years, whenever I made any kind of stew or meat dish that required first braising the meat and then thickening the sauce, I used the flour and water method—mix some flour with some water, whisk or shake well to remove lumps, and slowly pour into the hot broth a few minutes before the dish…

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