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Saturday, August 27, 2011

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Friday, August 26, 2011

Fresh Tomatoes and Basil


Simple ingredients, but big on taste!

Fresh tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, DAH salt, DAH vinegar, and olive oil.

Featured Tools:  DAH Knives and Bamboo Cutting Board

Sugar Cookie Delights!


Introducing our new Flexipan Tray!  The Crown Tray

We pressed sugar cookie dough into the tray and baked it according to recipe.  Filled center with whipped cream and berries.  Simply yummy!

sweet or savory pastries - a take on "pop tarts"




So, like most of my creations, it starts with what is in the fridge/pantry . . . I had pastry dough (pie crust), jam, and cheese (various kinds).  We were on our way out of town and I needed to use up the things in the fridge, so thank goodness for the Silpat!

Sweet Pastry - use Silpat on Perforated Baking Sheet.  Lay dough down on Silpat and then fill with jam.  Fold over and bake at 425 for approx. 12 to 15 min.
For a true "pop tart" feel, drizzle with frosting.

Savory Pastry - follow the same instructions above, but fill with assorted cheese blends and sprinkle a little cheese on top as well.

pulled pork pizzas


Featured Product:  The Silpat

Ingredients:  pork roast, BBQ sauce of choice, french bread, cheese of choice

Using a crock pot, I slow-cooked the pork for about five hours on high.  Mix in BBQ sauce to desired flavor.
Spread slices of french bread on the Silpat and cover with pork mixture. Top with cheese and bake at 425 for approx. 10 minutes.
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