2 entertaining notions — ‘Booze Infused Cakes’ and...
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Sherry and Sugar Glazed Pecans
My column in today’s New Haven Register shared two recipes that are ”booze infused.” Here is the recipe for the third one mentioned in the article, from Party Nuts! by Sally Sampson. Enjoy! 1 large egg white (2 tablespoons) 6 tablespoons sherry or champagne ½-3/4 cup, to taste sugar 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1...
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On the Food Scene with The Cake Boss
I am delighted to share my video interview with Buddy Valastro aka The Cake Boss. He was on tour and did a show at the Shubert Theatre in New Haven, CT. The interview took place in his tour bus. Buddy is thrilled that families gather around the television to enjoy the show. Check out his new book too. http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?xl=xl_blazer&v=j0wrwFOVD8o
French Toast Squares with Maple Cream Frosting
If you missed me yesterday on WTNH CT Style, here is the link to the “in The Kitchen” segment Where I prepared French Toast Squares, aka bread pudding. This recipe appeared in my culinary travel column in the New Register. Thanks to JR, owner of the Flour Power Bskery in Livingston Manor, NY for sharing his recipe. If you are ever in that area of the Catskills, you must stop off and...
It's Time for a Cookie Swap!
My food column in today’s New Haven Register has a great recipe from Julia’s Bakery in Orange, CT for chocolate fudge icing. Several cookie recipes are shared as well from some new cookbooks. To see this column go to http://www.nhregister.com/articles/2010/12/08/11208stephenfries120710.txt Here is another recipe for you to enjoy. Joyful Almond Blondies 1/2 cup (1 stick). ...
Have you started baking your cookies yet?
It is the season when we search for those heirloom cookie recipes, most often written on scraps of paper or a napkin and usually stained from years of use, and look for new ones to add to our repertoire of holiday treats. Cookie swaps have become popular, bringing friends and family together to exchange cookies and have some fun. It is simple, if you bake two kinds of cookies and you have nine...