We used to make English muffins in my “leavening agents” unit with level two cooking. I loved introducing the concept because the kids were all “you can make English muffins?”. You can, they’re fun, and really, really delicious.
Not sure if it’s just BBQ overload or what, but I’ve been seriously craving classic comfort foods. Shepherd’s pie, something we ate occasionally growing up, is typically a beef, onion, pea mixture that’s topped with mashed potatoes. It’s a great dish for folks like me, who not only don’t mind when the food on...
In level 1 cooking one of the first things we talked about was how to understand a recipe. See, the thing is, if you understand how to read a recipe and how to do what the recipe tells you, you can cook. This muffin recipe supports and exemplifies that statement – let me explain.
Scones are comforting. Like how mashed potatoes are comforting? That’s how scones are to me. They aren’t so sweet like a cookie, or bread-y like a biscuit. They are so good with hot tea or coffee, and they’re somehow fancy but not the least bit pretentious.