November 15, 2012 Denise Winterman wrote an interesting article for BBC News Magazine entitled “Breakfast, lunch and dinner: Have we always eaten them?”
In this article the origins of each of the meals we now accept as ‘the norm’ are revealed. What follows is a greatly summarized version of the original article.
Breakfast as we know it didn’t exist for much of history. Continue reading “Why do we eat 3 meals a day? #food #breakfast #lunch #dinner” →
Have you ever been frustrated that you’ve put all this effort into baking the perfect pie only to be disappointed when you cut the first slice and it breaks apart right in front of your eyes, or worse in front of all your friends? Here’s a little help Continue reading “The perfect first slice of #pie #baking” →
This originally came to me as a tweet from Food and Wine. Here is a link to the original article.
What you need: Coarse salt, oil and a potato.
What you do: Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Sprinkle a generous amount of salt into the skillet. Cut the potato in half so that it fits in the palm of your hand. Place the spud, flat side down, onto the pan and scrub, pretty vigorously, in a circular motion. Once the pan is clean, rinse with water and pat dry.
Almost there: To season, pour a small amount of oil into the skillet and spread evenly with a paper towel so that the whole thing is covered in a thin layer. Place the skillet in the preheated oven for one hour. Remove from the oven, wipe off any excess oil and you’re ready to go.