Give us a minute to convert you to the goodness that is Smoked Broccoli. I’ve always been the kind of eater who enjoys a plate full of vegetables. And that love for vegetables only deepens when the weather turns cool, and I roast every vegetable I can think of in the oven. Cauliflower, check. Carrots, check. Sugar snap peas, check check (try them!). And broccoli, I’ve always loved roasted broccoli. Then we smoked it. I’m forever changed.
Mmmmmm….mashed potatoes. They just scream comfort food. They pair well with so many comfortable foods. But they usually are the vehicle for delicious, savory gravy. Not these babies. These smoked potatoes stand on their own, but when covered with a creamy gravy become the star of the plate.
Decadent and delicious chocolate truffles are easy to make right at home.
Start with a basic ganache filling and enrobe it in delicious dark or milk chocolate, roll it in cocoa powder, toasted coconut, ground oreos, or chopped nuts. The crowds will go wild over this one.
Peter’s Caramel has changed our sweet-making lives. Consider it one of confections greatest “life hacks.” Easy to store, melt, drizzle, dip, cut, flavor and even dye.
We’ve shared with you some of our more basic tips on using caramel, so today we wanted to give you a look at some of our more unusual uses. If you bought a loaf, or twenty, here are some things you can do with any caramel you may have left over from your caramel apples or pretzel rods.
In all your pumpkin carving, have you ever considered stuffing one with cheese and baking it until soft and tender, gooey and delicious?
I’m always looking for the perfect appetizer to take to a party that requires just enough work to look like you put some time into it, but also allows you to run out the door without feeling like a chicken with your head cut off. You hear me? This is your go-to Halloween party contribution.
Alternatively, I love a meal that feels different but screams comfort and ease. This recipe will fill that space too. It’s homey, warm, and something every member of the family can jump into.
Whenever the leaves start changing, and the air turns crisp and cold, it seems as though the food world immediately turns to all things pumpkin. Cookies, bread, pie, pancakes, cereal, and even soup.
We dare say, however, that Pumpkin Chocolate Tart may not be the first thought you have when pumpkin is on the brain. The cause for that is certainly only because you have never tried THIS Pumpkin Chocolate Tart.
Begin with this basic rice krispie recipe and build from there with gel food coloring, dipping chocolate, festive sprinkles and candy eyes or chocolate chips. You are just a few minutes away from your very own spooky, edible monsters.
So many foods create and cultivate a feeling. At Gygi, our goal is to give our food the best of feelings. Comfort, celebration, love, satisfaction. When thinking of the happiest food, the first thing that popped in my mind was the perfect, softest, sweetest sugar cookie.
Adorable ghostly and ghastly meringue couldn’t be easier (or tastier). You’ll love the sweet, crunchy, light flavor. And they are so easy to decorate with. Put them atop a cake, cupcake, or cookie for an easy and impressive decoration.
We think you’ll love these adorable, iconic Halloween candies made in your own home. Not only are they cute, they are easy enough for even small kids to make with you. And it’s fun to know exactly what is going in those little mouths!