from pantry staples to street pretzels (and beer cheese)

Look at these salty twisted babies. Their so golden, soft, spongy, pretzely.  Pantry staples-flour, yeast, salt, sugar and butter-become a beloved street food snack in a snap. The scratch-made and hand-twisted dough will not only wow those scarfing them down, but you’ll be pretty darn impressed too. Do you ever obsess over what you’re going…

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fuss-free fresh-cut fries

If you’re anything like me, fresh hand-cut fries are your jam. They are crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Teenie tings of salt and bright earthy parsley (with a dab of ketchup) are all these babies need. The best part? No soaking and no fancy frying equipment. All you need is a…

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Rosemary Artisan Bread

  In his book “Cooked”, best-selling author and food advocate Michael Pollan closely examines the effects that the elements (air, water, fire, and Earth) have in food preparation. Now Netflix has developed “Cooked” into a four-part documentary series that inspires cooks with stunning cinematography and a message to appreciate the cooking process. In the Air…

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