Homemade pizza is one of my favorite ways to feed a crowd. This particular pizza combines two of my favorite things: bacon and cheese. Think of it as a mouthwatering take on a BLT in pizza form.
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When I made these the other night, The Angry Chef told me that, hands down, it’s my best biscuit recipe. “Even better than my buttermilk biscuits?” I asked. “Yep, even better,” he told me. Well then. I blame it on the cheese. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner!baking, biscuits, bread, Cheese & dairy
Ah, risotto. So creamy! So delicious! All that cheese! And you wanna know what? You don’t need to go out to eat to enjoy it. It’s not remotely as hard to make at home as some folks might think. This risotto gets a smooth, rich balance of cheese-y flavors from Gruyere, Taleggio, and Parmesan. A […]Cheese & dairy, jamie oliver, rice, risotto
It’s Friday the 13th and the day before Valentine’s Day. There’s a dizzying array of mouthwatering, chocolate-y recipes out there this week. So…let’s make something fun and crunchy. Mouse discovers Cheez-It breading. Film at 11. It didn’t happen exactly like this, but this is close enough.Cheese & dairy, chicken, deep frying
Fried ravioli! These are so yummy, it’s almost ridiculous. They’re oh-so-crispy on the outside, and oozing with creamy, molten cheese on the inside. Start with fresh ravioli. (Frozen will work, too. Just thaw them completely in the fridge first.) For this recipe, I used a four-cheese ravioli made locally. Use any quality ravioli that you […]Cheese & dairy, deep frying, oil, ravioli
I have a few different pizza recipes. This is my old standby, whip-it-together-then-forget-about-it pizza dough. It produces a versatile, bread-y crust that can hold an almost-heroic amount of toppings. The crust is pre-baked, then topped and blasted quickly in a hot oven, so it won’t get soggy. The crust itself has a relatively mild flavor, […]baking, bread, Cheese & dairy, pizza
Looking for an extra, last-minute appetizer for New Year’s Eve that’s easy and delicious? These goat cheese & black pepper truffles fit the bill—and then some. The combination of tangy goat cheese and green herbs is fresh, filling—and at least a little decadent. (I mean, come on, it’s literally a bite-size ball of cheese.) Freshly […]appetizers, Cheese & dairy
These are super easy to make. If you have a food processor or mixer, you can throw them together in less than 10 minutes. If you don’t, it will take just a wee bit longer to cut the butter and flour together with a pastry cutter or a couple of forks. I made these this […]bacon, biscuits, buttermilk, Cheese & dairy
I have three words for you: ultimate comfort food. Cover anything in cheese, and I’m generally a really happy mouse. The more cheese, the better. Eight cheeses? Now that’s my idea of heaven on earth. Now, this is not haute cuisine (though if you tried, I suppose you could call this a sort of White […]Cheese & dairy, how to make a roux, macaroni and cheese, noodles
This article concludes my series on how to make homemade sourdough bread. In Part 1, we looked at what sourdough starter is and how you can use it to make a sponge. Part 2 discussed how to bake that sponge into fantastically chewy, dense loaves of bread. Welcome to Part 3, which I think is […]Cheese & dairy, grilled cheese, grilled cheese with prosciutto, prosciutto, sourdough bread