The Easiest Way to Light Charcoals

Summer is officially here and that means it’s time to get the grill out and start having barbecues. I love grilling, but since we got this new Vision Grill –  Kamado Smoker it’s been REALLY intimidating for me to use. It’s one thing to turn on the propane and push a start button, this thing doesn’t have a […]

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H2H Approved – Easy Artisan Bread

Have you ever pinned something to cook up and upon doing so you quickly realize that you have become the latest victim of Pintrosity? pin·stros·i·ty pin-ˈsträ-sə-tē: 1. a pin of great and often frightening size, force, or complexity. 2. A real life result of a pin. 3. When a pins measurements, and dimensions are a total and […]

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French Macarons

Sometimes the culinarian inside of me comes out of her “I don’t feel like making messes today” mentality to create. Today I went French and made macaroons with a little help from from my dear friend who refuses to accept my friend requests on FB, Martha Stewart! Here is her recipe. My modifications were the green food […]

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African Bread Sculpture

   This sculpture is one of my favorite projects I made in culinary school. It is completely made of ingredients you would make bread. I was inspired to make it African themed this by a piece of fabric I saw at JoAnns. The pattern was actually traced over the fabric and enlarged them on a copy machine […]

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