Just what it says, great tips for making homemade broth, whether chicken, meat, or vegetable.
Thistle Byre Farm
Same author, different web site. I am so going to make this. I have always wondered about making pork broth but was too lazy to pursue the idea myself.
Mel's Kitchen Cafe
Mouthwatering is all I can say. Maybe I could save the bones from these to make the pork broth above.
Eat at Home
Plain, unassuming little gems holding a Nutella surprise. The only thing that might make them better is a little dollop of peanut butter on top of that Nutella. Tiffany and I agree that these are really "muffcakes" being one of those muffins that is a cross between a muffin and a cupcake.
From Apples to Zucchini
I love watermelon but don't eat it all that much. Since there are just two of us, it is hard to go through a whole watermelon; and I am frugal (too cheap) when it comes to buying already cut ones. She also has done watermelon muffins which are a little further down on her blog. I think both of these would be a lot of fun to make.
Hey, not too early to be thinking about Christmas gifts. Wouldn't these look pretty on a candy/cookie plate. She shares variations for caramel and orange flavors, too. I'll bet that you could use just about any extract you could get your hands on--coconut, black walnut? Definitely going on that Christmas food gift list.
Kevin and Amanada
OK, I fess up. This is a link to a page of links. Amanda is leaving this for us while she is away on a seafood retreat. Sno White, please forgive me, but when you see what Amanda is offering up over there, you will understand.
Tomorrow: Simmered Chinese Chicken