Ingredients 2 loaves country white bread 1 cup melted butter 24 eggs 4 cups sugar 2 tbl cinnamon 2 tsp vanilla 8 cups milk 2 cups grated white chocolate Directions Cube Bread into 1/2 inch squares, toss in melted butter and toast until light golden brown. Mix milk, sugar, cinnamon and vanilla in saucepan. Place on stove and scald. Beat all eggs together in bowl. Temper eggs with scalded milk
Ingredients 5 lbs red bliss potatoes 1/2 lb feta cheese 1 cup apple cider vinegar 1 1/2 cups mayonnaise 1 1/2 cups sour cream 3/8 cup chives (finely sliced) to taste salt & pepper Directions Boil potatoes in seasoned water. Cool completely (can be left overnight in the refrigerator). ½ the potatoes and ¼ inch slice them. Toss in the vinegar. Add all other ingredients. Season with salt & pepper.
Decadent, but light! Ingredients 2 1/2 cup sugar 1 1/2 cup flour 1/4 tsp salt 2 1/2 cup egg whites 1 tsp cream of tartar 1 tsp vanilla 1 2/3 cup semi sweet chocolate 3 tbsp sugar 3 eggs 2 2/3 cup heavy cream (whipped) Directions To make angel food cake: Sift together 2 1/2 cups sugar, flour and salt …hold to the side. Beat whites and cream of tartar
I recently received my first piece of “fan mail” for my monthly diatribe in the Fairview Town Crier. I was gratified because I really don’t think of myself as any kind of writer. We have people in our community that are writers and I have neither the education nor the talent to consider myself one of them. It was, however a stroke to the old ego. “Dear Chef Joe Scully;
**Makes 12 burgers. Ingredients: Black beans (cooked) 3 cups roasted corn (dry roast) 3 cups yellow pepper (fine dice) 1 large red pepper (fine dice) 1 large red onion (fine dice) 1 large tomato paste 1 TB salt/pepper mix to taste cumin 1 tsp thyme (fine chop) 2 tsp red pepper flakes 1 tsp cilantro (ruff chop) 2 TB bread crumbs (fresh NOT panko) 3 cups sticky rice (cooked) 3
Ingredients: 1 gal. Blackberries (frozen) 4 cups Red Wine Vinegar 4 cups water 6 cups Brown Sugar 2 tsp.. Ground Cloves 2 tsp. Ground Ginger 4 tsp. Cinnamon 1 tsp. Cayenne pepper to taste Salt 1 # butter Combine all but butter, boil until reduced by ½ or like a Syrup. Burr Mix and Strain. Whisk in butter while hot. Season to taste with Salt.
2 each- Salmon portions 1 each- Apple (Granny Smith) Peeled, Sliced Thinly 6 ounces- Apple Juice 4 Tbsp. Butter to taste Salt & Pepper Method: Season Salmon and put in a hot pan with a little oil. Sear and remove to a plate. Add apple slices and apple juice, reduce by half, and add butter. Allow to become a sauce (be careful not to over reduce), pour over salmon. Serve
Several months ago, my wife and daughter started a contest. Lauren, my 11 year-old, wants Arnold Schwarzenegger to come to our restaurant – she loves the Terminator (but has no idea about the Governator). Amy decided she would try to get the President of the United States to come to the restaurant. Now both of these may sound ambitious, but I have learned never to underestimate either my daughter or
When I met Amy, beer was my beverage of choice. While she was prone to have a beer from time to time, she really had a taste for hot tea. I learned to like the taste of Constant Comment and assorted black teas over the years we have been married. Since then I have become fascinated with green tea and the health benefits that go along with it. With that
I recently received an email urging me to try out for the newest reality food show, “America’s Next Great Restaurant”. It is a show to be produced for NBC that presumably makes a “contest” out of several ideas for a restaurant franchise. Like all of these kinds of shows, it is really about the personalities. The looks, quirky-ness and less importantly, the actual skill level of the contestants drive the