Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Food

The new must-have hipster snack? Tater Tots are getting hot as hip new bar food By Michelle Locke

Tater Tots have come a long way from your school lunch tray.

HOLIDAY ENTERTAINING: 3 cocktail recipes - roasted cider, ruby spice bubbles, ginger fashioned

Whether you’re having a quiet night in with family or a larger gathering with friends, holiday celebrations often call for a cocktail — sometimes simply to help you deal with those friends and family! So we’ve got you covered with a trio of easy but delicious cocktails that won’t tax your time or budget.

Recipes using sea salt: Brownies, potatoes, infused with citrus fruit, caramels

Here are some recipes to try that feature sea salt:
Sea Salt and Caramel Brownies
The sweet caramel in these moist, fudgy brownies is beautifully offset by a sprinkling of sea salt.
Brownies
175 ml (3/4 cup) unsalted butter
60 g (2 oz) unsweetened chocolate, finely chopped
500 ml (2 cups) granulated sugar
3 large eggs
7 ml (1 1/2 tsp) vanilla extract
250 ml (1 cup) all-purpose flour

HANUKKAH: Recipe for potato knishes

If you’re looking for some cold weather comfort food, you might want to consider the knish.

Recipes from ‘JK’: Whitefish canape, beet borscht, bread and butter pudding

In “J.K.: The Jamie Kennedy Cookbook,” chef Jamie Kennedy relates the milestones of his journey with food and takes the home cook through the seasons, with recipes celebrating local ingredients. Here are three to try from his third cookbook.
Smoked Whitefish Canape

12 DAYS OF HOLIDAY COOKIES: Recipe for crackle bark

You may not lay a finger on anyone’s Butterfinger, but you will want to grab a plateful of this Butterfinger-inspired holiday bark. Like the candy bar, this sweet treat is jammed with peanut butter, has a satisfyingly crunchy-flaky bite and — of course — sports plenty of chocolate. But to keep your enamel intact, we made it slightly less sweet and a little more grown up.
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12 DAYS OF HOLIDAY COOKIES: Recipe for gold bars

So how do you eat a Twix bar? Do you use your teeth to scrape all of the chocolate-caramel topping off, then go back and eat the naked crunchy cookie? Do you nibble first some chocolate-caramel, then some cookie, then back to chocolate-caramel, and so on? Or do you wholesale devour it, cookie, caramel and chocolate all at once?

12 DAYS OF HOLIDAY COOKIES: Recipe for caramel peanut butter rocks

This cookie was all about packing an outrageous number of peanuts into one small, but so-very-delicious package. Inspired by the NutRageous bar, these drop cookies combine peanut butter, whole peanuts, chocolate and caramel into salty-sweet morsels you will find dangerously addictive.
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CARAMEL PEANUT BUTTER ROCKS
Start to finish: 30 minutes
Makes 3 dozen
1 cup smooth peanut butter

12 DAYS OF HOLIDAY COOKIES: Recipe for holiday coconut wafers

Zagnut candy bars are like a crumbly, coconutty Butterfinger, minus the chocolate. These cookies play off that crisp coconut texture, combining both coconut flour (often found with the gluten-free products) and shredded unsweetened coconut. You also can make your own coconut flour by pulsing unsweetened shredded coconut in a food processor until finely ground.
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COCONUT WAFERS

12 DAYS OF HOLIDAY COOKIES: Recipe for holiday coconut wafers

Zagnut candy bars are like a crumbly, coconutty Butterfinger, minus the chocolate. These cookies play off that crisp coconut texture, combining both coconut flour (often found with the gluten-free products) and shredded unsweetened coconut. You also can make your own coconut flour by pulsing unsweetened shredded coconut in a food processor until finely ground.
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COCONUT WAFERS

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