Better to do 1 thing right than a lot of things poorlyPotatopia, New York CityAt Potatopia, the one constant behind every dish served is potatoes. You can get them topped with just about anything you can imagine, and these gut-busting creations are nothing short of delicious. Low-carb dieters need not apply!
We prepare everything: we wash the fruits, we let them drain, we slice them and we mix them with the breadcrumbs ..., we mix the flour with the baking powder. We separate the egg whites from the yolk, we melt the margarine, and we let it cool. Mix the yolks well with 300 g of sugar and the vanilla sugar until it becomes creamy, then gradually add the margarine and mix well afterwards, then gradually add the sour cream, then add the flour mixed with the baking powder.
Lots of cocktails get dubbed “dessert in a glass.” But the Brandy Alexander is one of the few that deserves the accolade. A variation on the largely forgotten gin-based Alexander, the Brandy Alexander originated around the turn of the 20th century at Hotel Rector in New York City. During Prohibition, drinkers began swapping gin for other spirits, and cognac was the one that stuck.
it's the first time I try and I have some green handfuls of nuts but it was worth what good taste it has: D400 g green nuts1 kg sugar2 lemon500 ml water Portions: -Cooking time: less than 120 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION Green walnut jam: Wash the nuts and we clean them of all the green peel. After we have finished cleaning the walnuts well, we add cold water over them.
Your stove just can’t compete with a professional kitchenThere are few culinary experiences like the one you get at a great steakhouse. So how exactly do the chefs turn out steaks that are so tender and delicious? The Daily Meal has gathered these expert tricks that make those steaks so good, with a few tips you can use right in your own kitchen.
Forget crush, this has turned into a full-blown love affair.3 strawberries, cut in half3 mint sprigsJuice of 1 lime1 ounce simple syrupGinger beerGarnish: strawberryGarnish: mint sprigIn a shaker, muddle the strawberries, mint, lime juice and simple syrup to a juicy pulp.Pour (unstrained) into a tall Collins glass.