Review: Glengoyne 10, 12, 15, and 18 Years Old (20…

We have not enjoyed the privilege of a proper deep dive into the lineup of Glasgow’s Glengoyne in a decade. As such, with the assistance of some friends, we culled together a sample set and went about with a re-visitation of their core range, circa 2020. The results were as enjoyable, consistent, and eclectic as […]

Rye Experiment | The Fresh Loaf

I just bought a 25lb sack of Danko Rye berries from Farmer Ground Flour and am excited to experiment! I decided to go with the Rye Sourdough recipe from The Perfect Loaf. I didn’t feel like sifting the rye so I mixed up the flours used a bit and did 40% whole grain rye, 30% whole grain […]

How to Throw a Family Field Day

Are y’all ready to just let loose and have a little fun? I know I am, especially as we forge our way into a new school year that is unlike anything we have ever seen. I recently kicked off this crazy season of life with a Family Field Day! A Family Field Day is like […]

Japanese Hamburger Steak | Low Carb Yum

Get my 5-Ingredient Keto Cookbook featuring over 120 simple recipes! Additional Info Net Carbs: 3 g | % Carbs: 3.6 % | % Protein: 26.3 % | % Fat: 70.1 % | SmartPoints: 11 Values Array ( [calories] => 348 [carbohydrates] => 3 [protein] => 22 [fat] => 26 [saturated_fat] => 10 [cholesterol] => 114 […]

Review: Equiano Rum – Drinkhacker

While I’ve had rum from both Africa and the Caribbean, Equiano bills itself as “the world’s first African and Caribbean rum.” It’s distilled at Gray’s distillery in Mauritius, then matured in ex-Cognac casks for 10 years. From there, it’s blended with rum from Barbados’s Foursquare distillery, which is aged in traditional bourbon casks (for an […]

Cinnamon Raisin Sourdough  | The Fresh Loaf

This is an adapted recipe from The Perfect Loaf where I put in  my usual amount of 250 g of levain rather than the 180 g that the recipe scales up to when I increase everything to make 3 loaves. I did this to speed up fermentation since this was a very sluggish dough based on […]

Shoofly Pie Recipe | SimplyRecipes.com

My husband AJ had never had Shoofly Pie before, which makes sense, as he was born and raised in the Midwest before moving to California. Shoofly pie is mostly a Pennsylvania Dutch dessert, one that is less common outside of Central Pennsylvania and the surrounding area. But after I asked if he wanted a bite […]

Review: Signatory Fettercairn 30 Years Old and Bat…

A quick search on our site for reviews of Fettercairn reveals a few morsels of coverage but nothing substantial. It’s not that it is unworthy of receiving our consideration, it’s just that we haven’t gotten around to it yet. There’s only so much one can drink at a time. This Eastern Highlands distillery is owned […]

Yellow Miso Furikake Sourdough | The Fresh Loaf

This time I used yellow miso which is milder in flavour than the more assertive red miso I usually use, only because red miso was unavailable the last time I bought miso.  Also my homemade miso is far from ready yet needing many more months to ferment.  The furikake I bought for this bake didn’t […]

Got Kitchen Gadgets? Make These 5 No-Stove, No-Ove…

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. I love my gadgets and think they earn their keep. Or do they? I have a high-speed blender, a food processor, […]

Review: Michter’s Single Barrel Straight Bourbon a…

The pandemic mucked with Michter’s release schedule of its annually released 10 year old single barrel whiskeys this year. Unusually, samples of each arrived simultaneously at Drinkhacker HQ, so we’re taking the rare opportunity to review them together. Both are, as usual, sourced spirits from an unnamed Kentucky distillery. Michter’s Single Barrel Straight Rye 10 […]

Sesame Semolina Sourdough Baguettes Set No. 2

Back at the same sesame semolina sourdough baguettes but with some changes to try to improve the crumb. So I made some changes in the hopes of achieving a more open crumb. The first significant change I made was to delete the commercial yeast altogether, this change was made by accident and wasn’t planned as […]

Why I Love the OXO Fat Separator

Welcome to One Simply Terrific Thing, our ongoing series highlighting the small tools and kitchen goods that make life better! Separating the fat out of cooking liquids is a kitchen task that I wouldn’t have thought could be streamlined in such a delightful way. But now that I have such a nice fat separator, I’m much […]

Easy Ground Beef and Squash Skillet

Get my 5-Ingredient Keto Cookbook featuring over 120 simple recipes! Additional Info Net Carbs: 4 g | % Carbs: 5.2 % | % Protein: 27.4 % | % Fat: 67.4 % | SmartPoints: 10 Values Array ( [calories] => 317 [carbohydrates] => 6 [protein] => 21 [fat] => 23 [saturated_fat] => 9 [cholesterol] => 81 […]

Review: Wilderness Trail Single Barrel Bourbon Bot…

We reviewed the lineup from Kentucky’s Wilderness Trail Distillery last summer, and in that write-up we mentioned that the distillery’s founders had exercised considerable patience releasing their first bourbon as a four year, bottled-in-bond. Well, a couple of years later, and the distillery is now slowly releasing its first six-year-old single barrel. Like the previous […]

Get Excited: Introducing Walmart+ | SimplyRecipes….

Free unlimited delivery and everyday low prices on groceries, gadgets, and more! Too good to be true? Thanks to Walmart+, it’s not: dinner is on the table fast this fall with less stress and more ease. Print Photography Credit: Walmart This post is written in partnership with Walmart.  The name Walmart is already synonymous with […]

Tasting the White Wines of Lodi, 2020 Releases

California’s Lodi region is known for its wide range of varietals, irreverent approach to winemaking, and affordable prices, and to showcase all of the above, a sextet of Lodi’s most notable winemakers recently got together to showcase their wares via a Facebook webinar. The theme: white wines, many of which are rarely produced on American […]

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