Thick and Fluffy Pumpkin Pancakes (Easy)

Fall is the perfect time of year for Pumpkin Pancakes! Traditional pancake ingredients are combined with pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, and a touch of brown sugar. Fall Favorite While you can add pumpkin to pancake mix, it’s easy to make pumpkin pie pancakes from scratch. Using traditional ingredients, and adding in pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie […]

Review: Devils River Coffee Bourbon

Coffee is becoming increasingly visible in the whiskey world, with Jameson Cold Brew already a popular option for blending these two great tastes. For something a little more traditional — and considerably sweeter — check out this new expression from Devils River, which rides the line between whiskey and liqueur a little closer to the […]

Semolina cranb. pecan orange peel levain

A second run at Danni’s semolina cranberry/wild rice levain.  With some obvious changes afoot compared to my first attempt.  The wild rice didn’t float my boat so I 86’ed it.  The quick and dirty on this version’s mods: hydration now at 72% Semolina boosted to 35%, AP flour dropped to 65% added pecans, and a hint […]

Vegetarian Eggs Benedict with Spinach and Avocado …

A vegetarian version of a brunch classic you don’t want to miss, featuring creamy sliced avocado, sautéed spinach and an easy blender Hollandaise sauce. Toast up whole grain English muffins and you’ve got a weekend home run the whole family will love! Photography Credit: Dave’s Killer Bread Team This post is written in partnership with […]

Keto Butter Chicken – Easy Indian Recipe

Get my 5-Ingredient Keto Cookbook featuring over 120 simple recipes! Additional Info Net Carbs: 5 g | % Carbs: 4.5 % | % Protein: 29.4 % | % Fat: 66.1 % | SmartPoints: 16 Values Array ( [calories] => 457 [carbohydrates] => 7 [protein] => 33 [fat] => 33 [saturated_fat] => 18 [cholesterol] => 229 […]

Review: Parker’s Heritage Collection Heavy Char Bo…

Last year, Heaven Hill’s Parker’s Heritage Collection featured a “heavy char” rye whiskey, in which the barrels underwent an intense level 5 char. This year — the 14th edition of Parker’s Heritage Collection — the heavy char treatment is going to a bourbon, and this one hits 10 years of age in those same smoldering […]

Just a Hint of Whole Grain Sourdough 

  I usually make bread that is around 40% whole grain. This time, I wanted to make a simple mostly white sourdough. So this one has just a touch of wholegrain in it.   Makes 3 loaves   850 g strong baker’s unbleached flour  100 g freshly milled Selkirk flour 50 g freshly milled rye […]

5 Soul Satisfying Comfort Food Dinners for Hunkeri…

This month welcome Sara Bir. Sara Bir is the author of two cookbooks, Tasting Ohio and the IACP award-winning The Fruit Forager’s Companion. She also moderates and replies to your comments here on Simply Recipes. Follow her @sausagetarian. Once the weather got nice, I initiated my rituals of being outside as much as possible, from setting up a […]

28 Quick Soup Recipes for Fast Fall Meals

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik, Daniel Gritzer] A hearty, warming bowl of soup is one of the most comforting things you can eat on a chilly day. Some of our favorite wintery soups need to simmer for hours, though, and sometimes we’re just too busy for that. Fortunately, we have plenty of recipes that come together in […]

Review: Little Book Blended Whiskey Chapter 4: “Le…

We’re four years into Freddie Noe’s Little Book experiment, which should need no major introduction at this point. For 2020’s “Lessons Honored,” Noe has come up with one of the strangest concoctions in the whiskey’s history. It’s a blend of three spirits: a 4-year-old Kentucky Straight Brown Rice Bourbon, an 8-year-old Kentucky Straight “high rye” […]

Fridge ferment sourdough with almond milk

The sourdough fridge ferment method doesn’t seem to get enough love on the internet, so I thought it might be of interest to everyone to describe a fridge ferment bread that I’ve just made. Additonally, there are  two things that make today’s bread further unique – the use of ‘almond milk’, and the main flour […]

Vegan Pumpkin Bread Recipe |

Of all pumpkin treats, pumpkin bread is my favorite. Specifically, my heart belongs to this vegan pumpkin loaf. After baking a batch I have to give the loaves away so I don’t go crazy sneaking off with slices throughout the day. It’s one of those recipes you make to confirm to yourself that fall has […]

How to Debitter Olive Oil for Emulsions

[Photograph: J. Kenji López-Alt] Editors’ Note: Nik Sharma’s new book, The The Flavor Equation: The Science of Great Cooking Explained in More Than 100 Essential Recipes, comes out in October 2020. You can pre-order it anywhere books are sold. There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who love mayonnaise, and everyone else. […]

Bananas Foster (Ready in 15 Minutes!)

Bananas Foster has tender bananas in a buttery rum sauce and it’s delightfully delicious! This dish needs just a handful of ingredients and is easy to make! Serve with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream. Bananas Foster is sometimes made table-side at fancy restaurants but good news! It’s actually easy to make at home […]

Review: Scottish Kings Gin – Drinkhacker

Scottish Kings Highland Dry Gin is a new product from a father-daughter team looking to make inroads into the increasingly crowded world of gin. Envisioned by American Randy Miller, a gin enthusiast and lover of Scotland, Miller and co. spent three years working on the formula to create what he envisioned as the world’s best […]

85% whole wheat sourdough | The Fresh Loaf

I’m trying to up my whole grain percentage and think this is a pretty successful attempt, using mostly white whole wheat flour. I calculated the whole grain percentage figuring the Type 85 is equivalent to 50% whole wheat, 50% white.  Nice (though fairly mild) flavor, a decent crumb though could be more open. Not sure […]

Why I Love Nut Milk Bags (For More Than Just Strai…

Kitchen ToolsOne Simply Terrific Thing Print Welcome to One Simply Terrific Thing, our ongoing series highlighting the small tools and kitchen goods that make life better! The nut milk bag’s terribly-specific name screams unitasker! but it’s actually an incredibly useful tool that can replace many single-use or clumsy, large items in your kitchen and/or home bar. […]

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