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I had a craving for chinese food last week and while we quickly satisfied that urge at a local restaurant, I thought it would be neat to try coooking some up. My first step was to look throughy my favorite cooking book find something reasonably easy to start with - the book is a present from my sister called "How to Boil Water." I jotted down the ingredients for their Thai noodle dish and Michael and I took a trip to the Hong Kong Supermarket the next time we were in town. What a great store! There were also quite a few Indian foods (ok maybe they're "Asian" and therefore both) including jackfruit the size of a medium dog!
Thanks to Kraft magazine for this recipe
As this bread bakes, the grapes become lightly roasted, turning soft and juice!
Prep: 20 min, Rise: 30 min, Bake: 20 min, Oven: 450 degrees F
Ingredients: (serves 12)
1lb refrigerated or thawed frozen pizza dough
2 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
1/2 tsp. coarse salt (kosher or sea salt)
1/2 tsp. dried basil, crushed
2 cups seedless red grapes whole and/or halfed (we prefer halfed so the soft inside roasts!)
1 Tbsp. snipped fresh rosemary (you're welcome to pick some from our house any time!)
1 Tbsp. grated Romano Cheese
Ingredients - 40 servings
Recipe originally found @ http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Mock-Champagne-2/Detail.aspx
Creamy Dill Cucumber Toasties
Ingredients - Serves 12
Recipe originally found @ http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Creamy-Dill-Cucumber-Toasties/Detail.aspx
Ingredients - 20 servings
Recipe originally found @ http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Brunch-Scones/Detail.aspx
Clotted Cream for Scones
Ingredients - 12 servings (actually though, this recipe was enough for all 17 people, plus I had enough for people to take home with leftover scones)
Recipe originally found @ http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Easy-Clotted-Cream/Detail.aspx
Very easy and very simple. First, buy tortillas. I would recommend flour tortillas (not whole wheat or corn). Then buy some yummy flavors of cream cheese - they have fruit/sweet flavors like strawberry or honey pecan, but also "vegetable" and cheese jalapeno. Just spread cheese on tortilla, wrap, and eat. I made the sweet kind at the beginning of the week, kept them in a ziplock bag and had them for breakfast all week - an easy grab and go snack.