Posts Tagged ‘ginger’

Double-Ginger Molasses Cookies

If you love ginger then these cookies are for you. Along with chocolate and molasses these cookies will have you ready for holiday baking season.

Double-Ginger Molasses Cookies 1
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Raspberry Moscow Mule Float

Turn the trendy Moscow mule into an even better summer treat with the addition of raspberry sorbet. You’re welcome.

Raspberry Moscow Mule Float 3
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Gin3 Cocktail

What happens when you combine gin, ginger ale, and candied ginger? Gin3! Ok technically gin and double ginger but that doesn’t sound as fun.

Double Ginger Cocktail 3
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Baked Strawberry-Ginger Glazed Doughnuts

You don’t need a vat of oil to make doughnuts at home. These baked strawberry-ginger glazed doughnuts are just as good as their fried cousins.

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Treacle Tart

You too can feast like the students at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry with this homemade treacle tart. It’d also be a great addition to your Thanksgiving menu.

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Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Sauce & Coconut-Ginger Rice

Tantalize your tastes buds with chicken satay marinaded in a lemon grass-coconut mixture, dipped in a spicy peanut sauce, and served on top of coconut-ginger rice.

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Ginger-Nectarine Galette

Galette is a fancy term for lazy pie, or free-form pie. No pie pan, and no double crust, this dessert is like pizza but with fruit on top!

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Boozy Ginger-Lemon Fruit Salad #HotSummerEats

Apples, pears, and strawberries come together in this boozy fruit salad. With the help of ginger and lemon it’s the perfect addition to your summer cookouts. 

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Sweet & Spicy Asian Marinated Steak with Herb Butter

After soaking in a sweet and spicy Asian inspired marinade, prepare yourself for one of the best steaks ever. Served with a dollop of herb butter that melts to perfection on top.

Sweet & Spicy Asian Marinated Steak with Herb Butter

When it comes to romance, I am not the best at expressing myself with words. But put me in the kitchen and I’ll show you how I really feel. I’ll slave over something all day if I think it’ll win over your heart but at the same time, I have a few tricks up my sleeve that don’t keep me chained to the oven yet will still produce the same result. Take this steak for example, the night before you whip up the herb butter and throw the steaks in the marinade. The next day all you gotta do is cook the steaks for 4 minutes total (or more if you prefer no-pink), top it with the herb butter and watch it melt. You will instantly win the hearts of every single taste bud and you didn’t have to sacrifice quality time by being in the kitchen. (Served with Voodoo Chef RED rub roasted green beans)

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One year ago: Spicy Cheddar Ranch Dip for One

Three years ago: Reese’s Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Four years ago: Homemade Taco Bell Beefy 5-Layer Burrito
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Homemade Vanilla Chai Tea Mix

Get your vanilla chai tea fix at home in an instant with this homemade mix. Simple ingredients and a great gift too!

Homemade Vanilla Chai Tea Mix 2

My apologies for my lapse in posting the past couple days. It’s been a whirlwind with the holidays and preparing to move. In fact, today marks the beginning of the big move to Ohio! One week to move everything into the new place, unpack, and get situated before my new job starts on January 12th. And do you know what the weather forecast for Columbus, OH is today? A steamy high of 18 degrees! What a stark contrast to my move to Memphis, TN where it was 115 degrees the day I moved there. Of course that was in August not January, but still interesting to note.

With the bitter cold, driving most of the day and unloading the truck, a warm cup of tea may be in order. Hopefully I will be able unpack some apparatus in order to warm water to do so. Conveniently I recently made this instant vanilla chai tea mix made from milk powder, non-dairy powdered creamer, sugar, instant tea, and spices. It smells as wonderful as it tastes and makes a great gift during these cold months.

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One year ago: Pizza Quesadilla

Three years ago: Gluten-Free Brownie Cookies

Four years ago: Blue-Cheese Scalloped Potatoes
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