The muesli cake is a very easy dessert to make and really perfect for breakfast. I saw the recipe here and it immediately intrigued me, I had never thought about putting muesli in a cake dough. The resulting dessert is particular, it combines two different textures for a healthy, light, but above all delicious final result!
Heineken used the wrong man& 39;s picture to promote its ciderHeineken accidentally used the picture of a famous teetotal minister to advertise Bulmers hard cider.Celebrating a brand& 39;s storied history is an excellent way to advertise, but companies should always make sure they& 39;re talking about the right people, because mistakes can be really embarrassing.
Combine spinach and artichoke dip with creamy mac and cheese for the ultimate comfort food. MORE+LESS-2boxes frozen chopped spinach2Jars marinated artichoke hearts1box (8 oz) cream cheeseHide Images1Mix the milk, sour cream, and cream cheese and whisk until combined.2Add the jack and Pecorino and mix.
Brighten up your potato salad by adding spices, yams, and fresh herbsThis spiced, lighter version of a classic potato salad will improve every summer picnic or potluck you’re hosting.This recipe is courtesy of The Kitchy Kitchen.Ingredients1 Pound yams, peeled and cut into eighths1 Pound rose potatoes, peeled, cut into eighths1/2 Teaspoon ground cumin1/4 Teaspoon smoked paprikaPinch of cinnamon1 Teaspoon harissa1/4 Cup Greek yogurt1/2 Cup red onion, finely chopped1/4 Cup chopped parsley2 Tablespoons chopped mint1 garlic clove, mincedSalt and pepper
Damien Schaefer is cooking up a collaborative culinary feastDamien Schaefer of the Cooking Channel’s The FourCoursemen, is taking his Public Domain Dinner to Charleston’s Heirloom Book Company on July 17.Schaefer is teaming up with The Grocery’s Executive Chef Kevin Johnson to create a collaborative seasonal, multi-course meal with ingredients from Lowland and Rebellion Farms paired with Grassroots Wine.
Put all the ingredients (except the syrup) in a bowl and mix and then knead until you get a consistent and compact dough that is left to rise until it doubles in volume. Divide into approximately equal pieces and make octopuses and place them in the tray of the stove in which I put baking paper.