A Bulgarian salad with tomato, cucumber, onion, and feta. Continue reading
Takes 5 minutes of prep time and 30 minutes in the oven, no preheating necessary. The batter can be made in advance, so long as it is covered and refrigerated. Then, come morning, voila! Puffy crisps of steamy souffley magic. Yummy with honey, strawberry jam, or a nip of chocolate. I hear tell they go well with a good bite of cheese, too, especially if you mix chives into the batter.
Many thanks to Joe Fiorito's _Comfort Me With Apples_ for the recipe. He credits Marion Cunningham's edition of _The Fanny Farmer Baking Book_ for the revolutionary step of starting the popovers in a cold oven. I would agree that this change makes breakfast-in-bed popovers much more feasible.
[And a woman who will here go unnamed has found that one can measure the flour in the wineglass, dump it into a bowl, then measure the milk, dump it into the bowl, and then microwave a chunk of butter in the wineglass. Dump it in along with two eggs and a dash of salt, and you've just about got the easiest cleanup ever.] Continue reading
Good served warm, room temperature, or cold, with butter or without. A great way to start the day. Continue reading
Light, sweet, flourless — lemon meringue pie without the crust. Continue reading
Bread pudding, usually made with leftover challah. Continue reading
My dad's fiance's grandma's recipe, with a few modifications to make it clearer and easier, as made by my dad. You will need to have a clear rolling space available, a minumum of 18" square if at all possible. Continue reading