PIZZA PIE DAY

Monday, February 9th is ‘Pizza Pie Day’.  Are you going to go out and have pizza?  Or are you going to make and bake your own?  Homemade Pizza is delicious and easy to make.  I will say that it probably won’t cost you any less to make it than to buy it but the ingredients you use will be better than the ‘Take-Out Pizza’ or the Pizzeria Pizza.

 

To start with, you need good ingredients.  You could cheat a little and buy the Dough already made at Trader Joe’s or an Italian Deli.  But, if you have a Food Processor or a Sanding Mixer making the Dough is a cinch.  For the recipe see pizza-dough/

 

Shaped Pizza Dough

Shaped Pizza Dough

 

 

 

 

 

For the toppings you will need:  Crushed Tomatoes  (use a good brand – you want a thick one)

Basil, Oregano, Salt & Pepper

 

Crushed Tomatoes

 

 

 

 

Whole Milk Mozzarella (whole milk is by far better tasting than low-fat)

 

 

Shredded Mozzarella

Shredded Mozzarella

 

Other additional ingredients:  Mushrooms, Onions, Bell Peppers, Olives,

 

 

Vegetable Topped Pizza

Vegetable Topped Pizza

Pepperoni or whatever else you want on your pizza.

 

Pepperoni and Vegie Pizza

Pepperoni and Vegie Pizza

 

If you don’t want to create your own, here are some suggestions from other Posts and Pages from Sylveees Kitchen.

Sun-dried Tomato Pizza – -sun-dried-tomato/

 

Hawaiian Pizza

Hawaiian Pizza

Mexican Pizza                 -   mexican-pizza

Pizza Night                          pizza-time/

 

Okay everyone, get busy and make some Pizza tonight or tomorrow.  If you don’t get around to it tomorrow which is Pizza Pie Day, you can still do it anytime this week.  The second week in February is ‘American Pizza Bake Week’.

 

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Posted by Admin Test - 2015/02/08 at 12:40 PM

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VALENTINE POPS TO MAKE WITH YOUR CHILDREN

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and the weather is wintry – rainy, snowy or windy!  What better way to spend an indoor afternoon or morning making Valentine Lollipops with your Children.  Children very often make paper Valentine’s to give to their friends, but Chocolate ones are even better.  They taste good and Chocolate is good for you!

 

What you will need to make these treats is:

 

Candy (Heart-shaped Lollipop Molds) – available at your local Cake Decorating Store or Craft Shop such as Michael’s or JoAnn’s.

 

Lollipop Molds and Sticks

Lollipop Molds and Sticks

 

 

Pre-tempered Chocolates (Wilton’s) 

 

Melt 'n Molds

Candy Melts

 A sheet of waxed paper or a flat pan to put the molds on.

 

A melting pot or double boiler  If you don’t have either you can make a double boiler by placing a heatproof bowl over a pot of simmering water.

 

Melting Pot

Melting Pot

 

To make the Pops first set up your molds.  Make sure they are clean and dry.  Water and chocolate do not mix and your pops will not set up properly.  The best thing to do is to wash and dry them 24 hours before you are going to use them.  When you are finished with them, wash (DO NOT USE SOAP) just hot tap water and dry and then after 24 hours place them in a sealed plastic bag so that the next you need them they will be ready to go.

 

Lollipop Molds and Sticks

Lollipop Molds and Sticks

Place the molds on the waxed paper or sheet pan.   Place the sticks in the molds (make sure that at least one inch of the stick is in the candy portion ) If you are using a Melting Pot place the Candy (the melting pots will hold a 12 oz. bag of candy) in the Melting Pot and set it to MELT.  Once the Candy has thoroughly melted turn the setting down to WARM.

 

Melted Chocolate

Melted Chocolate

 

Once the Candy has melted you can then spoon it into the molds.  Be sure and completely cover the Lollipop Sticks.  DO NOT fill the mold to the top.  Once they are about 3/4 full, stop and tap the molds to get rid of the Air Bubbles.  If there is still space left in the mold slowly add additional candy until the mold is full.

Allow at least an hour for the candy to set at room temperature or about 20-30 minutes in the refrigerator or 15-20 in the freezer.

 

Melted Candy in Molds

Melted Candy in Molds

Once the Candy has set up turn the molds over onto a sheet of waxed or parchment paper and gently press on the backs to un-mold.  If they are not going to be eaten right away place into bags (lollipop bags can be purchased at Cake Decorating Stores, Party Stores or Craft Stores).  Tie with red curling ribbon.  These lollipops are a great replacement for Valentines.

 

For heat loving Valentine recipients you can add a little bit of Chili Flakes (Old Boney Mountain Grotto Dust) available at http://www.oldboneymountainhotsaucecorp.com/

 

Bagged & Tied Valentine Pops

Bagged & Tied Valentine Pops

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted by Admin Test - 2015/02/07 at 4:40 PM

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NATIONAL OATMEAL MONTH

Oatmeal is one of those foods which we think of as a Breakfast Item, but it has many more uses than just that for Breakfast.  Even though Oatmeal makes a wonderfully satisfying and nutritious breakfast, start thinking about it in other terms.  In other words, what Oatmeal can and should be used for besides a breakfast cereal.

 

Here are some of the things that I use Oatmeal for:

 

#1 is probably what everyone thinks of as a use for Oatmeal besides breakfast and that is Oatmeal/Raisin Cookies.  Well, what about Oatmeal/Raisin Waffles.  Combining the Cookie and the Waffle in a newly delicious and nutritious breakfast. oatmeal-raisin-waffles/

 

Oatmeal/Raisin  Waffle

Oatmeal/Raisin Waffle

 

Of course, the Oatmeal/Raisin Waffle is still a Breakfast Food but can be used for Lunch or Dinner as well.  And speaking of Dinner, how about using Oatmeal in your Meatloaf instead of Bread Crumbs.  It actually works much better because it absorbs a lots of moisture and helps to hold the Meatloaf together better than bread crumbs do.  Just substitute and equal amount of Oatmeal for the Bread Crumbs in your recipe.  ( I usually use about 1 cup of Oatmeal to 3 lbs. of ground meat.

 

Let’s not leave out the Cookies, though.  Here is a link to a kid-friendly  recipe for Oatmeal Cookies.

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Meatloaf b4 Baking

Meatloaf before Baking

 

 

The next item that i use Oatmeal for is for part of the coating for Fried Chicken.  Try using my recipe – just substitute one cup of Oatmeal for 1 of the cups of Flour.  You will be surprised how good and crunchy it is.   /fried-chicken/

 

Oatmeal Fried Chicken

Oatmeal Fried Chicken

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Posted by Admin Test - 2015/01/27 at 12:14 AM

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NATIONAL WHEAT BREAD MONTH

January is ‘National Wheat Bread Month’.  What better time than now to start making and baking your own bread.  With what the prices have risen to in fresh bakeries you could make 2-3 loaves for the same price and very little time.  If you have a Food Processor or Kitchen Aid, making your own bread is simple, quick and economical, and much more tasty than what you buy in the markets.  If you don’t have one of the above appliances, you can still make your own bread with just a little elbow grease and it will help to rid you of any anxiety that you may have incorporated into your body.

 

Just to show that the bread is easy to make and it doesn’t have to turn out perfectly formed to taste good.  Today i made Wheat Bread Dough and then my husband informed that he had just bought some at the market the other day and hadn’t told me about it.  Okay, so what do I do now?  Make my dough into rolls which really was perfect because we were having Pulled Pork Sandwiches for dinner and they don’t really have to be on French Rolls or regular Hamburger Buns.  So here goes – follow the process and see the results.  As you can see far below, the rolls are not so perfectly shaped, but this just adds to the interest – they taste good and because they are different shapes you can have them different uses.

 

The complete recipe can be found under recipes    /breads/whole-wheat-bread/

 

 

 

Dry Ingredients in Processor

Dry Ingredients in Processor

 

Dough completely kneaded

Dough completely kneaded

Dough being formed

Dough being formed

 

In Bowl covered with Plastic Wrap

In Bowl covered with Plastic Wrap

 

Flattened Risened Dough

Flattened Risen Dough

Risen Dough

Risen Dough

Sliced Dough

Sliced Dough

Shaped into Rolls

Shaped into Rolls

 

 

Baked Rolls

Baked Rolls

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Posted by Admin Test - 2015/01/13 at 7:50 PM

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VEGETABLE SOUP – COLD WEATHER FOOD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cold Winter Weather always makes me want something hot and hearty – today it is Vegetable Soup.  When I was teaching High School Culinary Arts, one of the things I taught my students was to make ‘Clean Out the Refrigerator Vegetable Soup.  Now, that may not sound too great, but how many times have you had small amounts of many Vegetables that you really did not know what to do with?  Making Vegetable Soup is the best way to use up these odds and ends and at the same nourish your family and keep them warm.  So, here we go with ‘CLEAN OUT THE REFRIGERATOR VEGETABLE SOUP’.

 

The Vegetables that I had on hand were  Celery, Carrots, Red Cabbage, and Onions.  Small amounts of Red Cabbage or any other color for that matter are good for Vegetable Soup.  You do not want to use too much or it will overpower the other Vegetables in your soup.

 

Celery and Carrots

Celery and Carrots

 

 

Red Cabbage

Red Cabbage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Vegetables that I purchased for the Soup were Golden Beets and Mushrooms.

 

Golden Beets

Golden Beets

 

Mushrooms and Onions

Mushrooms and Onions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Golden Beets are pictured before being peeled and the Onions are pictured with the

Mushrooms.  I also used Frozen Peas, Crushed Tomatoes and Turkey Broth.

The Turkey Broth was my hold-over from Thanksgiving.  It is a waste to just throw out the carcass because there is always some pieces of meat clinging to it and the bones themselves do provide some flavor and of course gelatin.  To make the Broth, I placed the Turkey Carcass in my largest pot along with  Onion, Celery, Carrots, Bay Leaves, Peppercorns and Parsley.  Just cover it all with water, place a lid on the pot (offset) and bring to a boil.  Once it comes to a boil, remove the lid and turn the flame down to a simmer and just let it cook until the liquid has cooked down to at least half.  Even more is better.  Shut off the flame, let it cool to room temperature and then pour through a colander into a clean container.  Refrigerate if you are going to use within a day or two or freeze until you are ready to use it.

 

Before starting to cook the Soup, wash and towel dry your Vegetables and then prep them.

 

  • Onions -peel and dice
  • Celery – remove any loose strings and then cut into 1/4 to 1/2″ thickness.
  • Mushrooms –  Cut up your cleaned and dry Mushrooms (how you cut them depends on the size and type tht you have.  Mine were small brown Crimini so I mostly quartered them. Cabbage – cut into pieces about 1/4″ to 1/2″ thick and about 3/4″ long.Beets – Peel and then quarter and then slice the quarters into smaller pieces.  (The beets are actually easier to peel if they are par-boiled first or microwaved.  If you do par-boil them, Scrub them clean first and then save the water to add to the soup.
  • Carrots – either scrub or peel and then slice in half lengthwise and then cross-wise into about 1/4 to 1/2″ pieces depending on how small you want them or on how large your carrots are.  Generally, the smaller carrots have more flavor and are sweeter.  The larger ones are older and tend to lose flavor as they age – also they are less tender

 

 

To cook, start with the Onion -by sautéing in a small amount of Olive Oil. Add the Mushrooms to the Onions and add a little Salt.  The Salt not only seasons them but helps them to release their water and cook down faster.  Add the Cabbage and Celery and then the Carrots and Beets. Adding some dried Basil (fresh is best, but mince and add at the end so the flavor is not lost) After all the Vegetables are in the Pot, add your cooking liquid and a couple of Bay Leaves (dried or fresh – remove them before serving).  You can also add some garlic to the vegetables while they are sauteing, but this would be a personal choice.  Not everyone likes garlic.  After the soup has cooked for a while, taste for seasoning and add more Salt and some freshly ground Pepper.  Oregano is also good added to Vegetable Soup.  If you are using canned Tomatoes, Tomato Sauce  or Crushed Tomatoes, add it now and then thoroughly mix in.  If desired, you can add some tiny pasta at the end or cook it first and then add.  Add the frozen peas and or corn if desired at the very end.  They need only minutes to cook.

 

Vegies before Broth Added

Vegies before Broth Added

 

Tomato Sauce

Crushed Tomatoes

 

Tomato Sauce added

Crushed Tomatoes added

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The soup does not need to cook for a lengthy time – one hour is more than enough – 30 minutes will probably suffice.  This soup can be eaten right away or you can cool it and refrigerate it – the flavors will intensify if held overnight in the refrigerator.

 

Serve and enjoy – this will easily make a delicious and hearty one-dish meal.  Serve with Garlic Bread or Croustades.

 

 

 

 

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Posted by Admin Test - 2015/01/06 at 5:06 PM

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GINGERBREAD HOUSE WORKSHOP

Saturday, December 6th was my Gingerbread House Workshop at the Academy of Culinary Education in Woodland Hills.  There were 11 attendees.  Each team made one house and the single attendee made her own house.  One team had dough left over so they got to make a smaller version of their house to go along with on their board.  Unfortunately, it seems that all the pictures I took did not come out.  There were several more houses along with these.  Will try to find them and update.

All in All everyone had a very good time and took home a completed house.  Decorations that were used ranged from M & M’s to Tootsie Rolls, Candy Canes and Nerds, Peppermint Wheels and Licorice Twists.

Here are pictures of the houses.

 

Cee's House

Cee’s House – Red, White and Green

 

 

Side View

Side View

Elliot and Nina with Mother

Elliot and Nina with Mother

Solar Star Panels

Solar Star Panels

Tootsie Roll House

Tootsie Roll House

Tina and Michelles House

Tina and Michelles House

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Posted by Admin Test - 2014/12/09 at 12:02 AM

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Cranberries and their Use

Thanksgiving is fast approaching and the day after there are usually so many leftovers that you don’t know what to do with them.  The Turkey is easy – it makes great sandwiches and even the Potatoes are not too difficult.  They go with anything.  But what happens to that Cranberry?  Cranberries unlike most Berries are not sweet – they are usually tart and sugar must be added to them to make them palatable.  But Cranberries do make a wonderful sauce that complements the Turkey and even the Ham.

 

So, what if you have Cranberry Sauce left over and no one wants to eat it anymore?  Help is around the corner or literally just up above in the recipe section of this blog.  You can make Cranberry Sauce Cornbread or Biscuits.

 

What if you just have Cranberries that haven’t been used.  Many people are probably like me and buy the big bag just because it is more practical.  I buy the big bag because Cranberries are not usually available all year long and I like to have them on hand, so I keep the excess in the Freezer.  One dish, using whole Cranberries is one that my whole loves.  It is Cranberry Chicken – Chicken made with the whole Cranberry and then there is Cranberry/Pineapple Chicken.  Whichever you decide to make, they are both delicious.  But right now, let’s get back to the leftover Cranberry Sauce.

 

First on the Agenda is the Cranberry Corn Bread- so just up above to the recipe section and click on baked goods and then click on breads and then on the Cranberry Cornbread.  In that same section is the Cranberry Sauce Biscuit Recipe (only all that reads in the index is Cranberry Sauce) – just click on that and it will take you to the Biscuit Recipe.

 

Cranberry Cornbread -cranberry-cornbread

The Baked Cranberry Bread with cut edge exposed

The Baked Cranberry Bread with cut edge exposed

 

Cranberry Sauce Biscuits –  cranberry-sauce-biscuits

 

Cranberries can also be used for Fruit Muffins or Bread          breads/fruit-muffins

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Posted by Admin Test - 2014/11/23 at 10:11 PM

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GINGERBREAD HOUSE WORKSHOP

The December Holidays are coming up very fast and what better way to help celebrate them than to build a Gingerbread House.  It really help to have a little expertise, someone who has built many over the years and has overcome all the pitfalls that hinder the novice. I have been teaching people (Adults and Parent/Child Teams) how to make Gingerbread Houses for the last 26 years.  This year I am going to be teaching my Gingerbread House at the Academy of Culinary Education in Woodland Hills.  You will learn how to make the Dough, how to make house templates and how to cut out the house parts from the dough in an efficient manner.

 

After the House parts are baked and after lunch and a short demo, each team or participant will build and then decorate their house according to their own specifications.  Not only will the class be fun and enjoyable, but you will learn skills that you will be able to use throughout your lifetime.

Come to our Gingerbread House Class at the Academy of Culinary Education in Woodland Hills.on December 6th – this is an all-day class starting at 10:30 and ending at 5 with a lunch break in-between.

For photos of Gingerbread houses please go to https://www.flickr.com/photos/sylveeeskitchen/sets/

The class is open to singles or pairs – parent/child or spouses or partners or an older sibling with a younger one.

 

To sign up for the class go to http://www.academyofculinaryeducation.com/singleclasses.html

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Posted by Admin Test - 2014/11/19 at 3:02 PM

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THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS

Thanksgiving is one of those Holidays that we celebrate with food and usually with an abundance of food – more food at the table than can possibly be eaten.  Ah- but those leftovers are probably some of the best leftovers of the year.   Just think:

Turkey Sandwiches with Cranberry Sauce and maybe Hot Gravy.

Mashed Potatoes – are good for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner.  For Breakfast yo can turn those                                     Mashed Potatoes into Pancakes or Waffles.  For Lunch just eat them with                                                     the leftover Turkey and Gravy and for Dinner turn them into Potato Bread                                                   or more Turkey Sandwiches.

Leftover Mashed Potatoes

Leftover Mashed Potatoes

Cranberry Sauce –   Use to make Fruit Bread or Biscuits or eat them with your Mashed                                   Potato Pancakes or Waffles.

 

Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry Sauce

Sweet Potatoes   –   Eat as is or again make Pancakes or Waffles.  Sweet Potato Waffles for                                         Dinner with Creamed Gravy on top.  Yummy!

 

Sweet Potato Waffles

Use your imagination and come up with your own ideas to use those Thanksgiving leftovers or try my recipes below:

 

Turkey Frittata:                  turkey-frittata

Turkey Croquettes:            turkey-croquettes

Turkey Pot Pie:                 dinner/turkey-pot-pie

Cranberry Biscuits:          cranberry-sauce-biscuits

Potato Bread:                   breads/potato-bread/

Cranberry Cornbread:    cranberry-cornbread/

 

 

 

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Posted by Admin Test - 2014/11/12 at 8:14 PM

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USES FOR LEFTOVER PIZZA DOUGH

 

IF YOU MAKE YOUR OWN PIZZA YOU MAY TEND, LIKE I DO, TO HAVE EXCESS DOUGH.  THERE ARE 3 WAYS IN WHICH I LIKE TO USE THE EXCESS DOUGH AND AM GOING TO SHARE THEM HERE.

A. BREAD

Unless your Pizza Dough is made with a lot of Olive oIl, the Bread made form it may be somewhat chewy. For those that like that kind of Bread, then there is no problem. Personally, I love my Bread to be chewy. However, if you want it to be softer, work some Olive Oil or softened Butter into the Dough before shaping it.

To make Bread from your leftover Pizza Dough just shape it into a round or oblong loaf. If you have a Bread Shaping Basket you can sprinkle that with flour and place your Bread in it to rise. If not, place it in a greased loaf pan or on a greased and corn-meal sprinkled baking sheet. However, the problem with using a large baking sheet is that the Bread will tend to spread out rather than raise up, thereby making it sort of flat.

Cover the shaped Bread with a clean Dish Towel or Plastic Wrap and place in a warm spot to raise. When it has risen to twice its size, brush with a Beaten Egg and sprinkle with Sesame or Poppy Seeds and/or some Coarse Sea Salt. Bake on the bottom shelf of a 400 degree oven for approximately 25 minutes or until the top is Golden Brown and the bottom sounds hollow when tapped on.

If your Bread has risen in a Basket, gently turn it over (to release it) onto a greased Baking Pan and bake as in the paragraph directly above.

B.  FRIED DOUGH

Roll you Dough out as thinly as possible, then cut into 4″squares.  

Add Peanut or Vegetable Oil to a depth of 3″ and heat to 350 degrees.  (Test with a Deep Fat Thermometer or a Laser Thermometer.

Fry no more than 4 pieces of Dough at a time;  when they are golden brown remove with a spider or tongs and drain on a cooling rack placed over a jelly roll pan or on paper towels.

Sprinkle with Powdered or Cinnamon Sugar or serve with Whipped Cream and sliced Fruit.

C.  FOCCACIA

My favorite use for leftover PIZZA DOUGH is Foccacia.  Foccacia is a popular flat bread and is simple to make.  You do need to have a decent amount of Dough left over (at least half a pound).

Roll the Dough out to a thickness of at least 1″.  Place on a greased baking sheet and then make indentations with your fingers.  Brush with Olive Oil and then sprinkle with shredded Parmesan Cheese.  If desired, dress with sliced Olives and/or Sun-dried Tomatoes.  (The featured photo shows a Foccacia with an Olive Salad on it)

Bake on the lower shelf of a 400 degree oven for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown on both the top and bottom.

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