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Prestígio Cheesecake Bars

Maybe you've already heard of this popular Custard Cake, but it was new to me. The 'magic' of the cake is that you make only one custard-like batter, which then separates into three layers while it...

from Desserts Required

Nana's Rice Pudding

Nana’s Rice Pudding a/k/a Comfort Food I have mentioned my Nana, Freida Miller, before. Nana is the person behind the delicious Nana’s Butter Cookies that I blogged about not too long ago. I used to go to Nana and Poppop’s … Continue reading →

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from NYT Cooking

Potato Leek Gratin

Layer thinly sliced potatoes in a gratin dish, and then take your time sautéing the leeks, letting them turn a little golden and crisp around the edges, which brings out their sweetness Add the leeks to the potatoes, and using the same pan in which you cooked the leeks, scrape up the brown bits at the bottom of the pan with a mix of cream, garlic, thyme and nutmeg, pouring that over the potatoes and leeks.

from foodnetwork.com

Best Tips for Slow-Cooker Meals : Food Network

When layering food in a slow cooker, place the firmer items, such as potatoes, on the bottom for more uniform cooking. Check out these other tips for using your slow cooker!

Sushi Cake - French blog “Now I’m a Cook!” gives us a delectable recipe to create a California sushi cake that will leave you floored, created from salmon, avocado, rice and more.

from The Girl Who Ate Everything

Buffalo Chicken Cupcakes

Taco Cupcakes. would make good finger food for any party. #Artsandcrafts

Why does my blender seem to spin its wheels on certain tasks? Because you've put food into it that belongs in a food processor. Large, dense foods will simply sit in the blender jar as blades pulverize the bottom layer, never quite managing to generate the tornado action that pulls unblended food toward the blades. The machine needs enough open space and liquid to start that motion and keep it going; otherwise the blades spin like tires on ice. Use the blender for soups, sauces, and…