Raw vegan cheesecake with clementine

Originally posted on Cooking Without Limits:
Let’s have a great vegan dessert. One of my favorite: cheesecake. These easy cheese cake takes 3 steps: make the crust, make the filling and arrange the cake. When you want something different and healthy go with this cake. It is perfectly sweet, creamy, smooth and satisfying. Ingredients for…

Mmm…Bacon

Originally posted on Tony Meets Meat:
Bacon is something almost everyone loves. I use tons of bacon for my creations and I can’t seem to get enough. I have been wanting to try and make my own bacon for quite a while so it was time to get on it. I bought a hunk of…

Velvet that meat.

Originally posted on well fed, flat broke:
Let’s talk about velvet. As a verb. If you’ve ever paused mid Beef & Broccoli to wonder how Chinese restaurants get their stir-fried meats so silky and tender, you may be intrigued by the concept velveting and its implications in your kitchen. This is something I’ve been playing…

Grilled Chicken on a Stick

Originally posted on Tony Meets Meat:
This is something my friends and I have been making for years. The key here is chicken thighs. They are cut into strips and marinated in whatever your heart desires. In this case, it is a mixture of my rhubarbecue sauce and a homemade margarita mix. I reserved about…

Greek Vanilla Custard Tart

Rummaging through some saved recipes to try out this New Year, I stumbled on this marvelous recipe. Go give it a try and let us know what you think of Best recipes

Bacon Cheeseburger Stuffed Onion Rings

Originally posted on Tony Meets Meat:
I have been seeing a cool recipe floating around for Cheeseburger Onion Ring Bites and thought they sounded good. I decided I was going to do it my way with bacon, pepperoncinis and garlic. I mixed all of that with the pickles and ground beef. I sliced an onion into…

Chicharrónes, Cracklins or Pork Rinds

Originally posted on Tony Meets Meat:
I just thought I would share these little morsels with you all. I made my bacon a few weeks back and the pork belly I bought still had the skin on it. I removed the skin and froze it so I could make chicharrónes/pork rinds/cracklins/gratons or whatever they are…

Vietnamese BBQ: Lemongrass Marinade and the Chicken Skewers

Originally posted on La Vie Partagée:
Every culture has some form of street food.  The United States has hot dogs and pretzels.  Vietnam has a whole culinary dictionary of street delights.  One of the most common snack is meat skewer marinated in fragrant lemongrass and fish sauce grilled over these tiny aluminum boxes filled…

Baked Chai Doughnuts

Originally posted on CARROT & CRUMB:
If you’re someone who bakes often, then I’m sure that like me, you find yourself regularly acquiring masses of new baking equipment, obscure shaped tins and random bits and bobs that are just too cute not to buy. I bought a doughnut pan online about a year ago after…

In Celebration of National Braai Day

Originally posted on What The Strut:
Veni vidi vici!! (I came, I saw, I conquered) – the way one should always feel after a good day of braai’ing.? National Braai Day or otherwise known at Heritage Day is, for me, thee most Proudly South African say in our calendar. The Braai is a?uniquely?South African trait…

Homemade Vanilla Marshmallows

Originally posted on CARROT & CRUMB:
A short and sweet post just like these little cuties! I’ve had my eye on a few recipes for homemade marshmallows for a while now and wanted one that didn’t involve egg whites. (I never get round to finding a use for my leftover yolks). These were surprisingly easy to…