Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Meals In a Jar, Franch Dressing, Ice Cream Quiz and More

Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Mason jars have long been used for jams and pickles, but now they're being used to make and transport meals. And we're not only talking about simple salads here -- though we do like how you can layer all the ingredients. We've got everything from shepherd's pie to cupcakes made and served in these jars. Check out the slideshow for all the ideas.
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Food52: Kitchen Ninja: Hacking A Cherry Pitter
Sure, a cherry pitter is an easy accessory to pick up but not everyone likes to buy single-purpose kitchen tools. And why bother when you can easily hack one? Today we're sharing an easy and gadget-free way to hack a cherry pitter.
Will Levitt: Sandwich Crafting: A Creative Guide
Some of you may have heard of the gourmet sandwich shop chain 'Wichcraft. It's a pretty appropriate name for a sandwich shop, not only because its so clever of a name, but because sandwiches really are crafted.
Lisa at Authentic Suburban Gourmet: Pissaladiere: Caramelized Onion Tart
With anchovies not being a favorite on my list, along with a desire to always put my own twist on a recipe, I have created my version of the Pissaladiere.
Amie Valpone: Gluten-Free Zucchini n' Corn Pasta Salad
Here's a quick and easy summertime pasta salad that's sure to please your guests at your next picnic or BBQ. No mayo needed -- just a touch of olive oil and lemon juice will do the trick, and the fresh corn, lemon zest and zucchini add the perfect sweet touch!

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