Knowing what to have on hand in your spice cabinet can be a bit tricky, that’s why we created a cheat sheet of the most commonly called for seasonings & spices. Just print it out and tape it inside your cabinet door to always be prepared.
Applesauce Bread is a favorite at the Machine Shed Restaurants and is a part of the Shed’s “Fixin’s” that are served with every dinner entree. Enjoy this great bread for your next brunch or family get together!
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Stuffed with sun-dried tomatoes, garlic and thyme, this recipe will remind you of summer harvest in the middle of winter.
You can find sun-dried tomatoes in the health food section of most grocery stores, and look for fresh thyme if you have an indoor farmers market.
Let us know how yours turns out!
This year, you’re in luck.
Betty Crocker is “Saving Thanksgiving One Question at a Time”.
From now until Thanksgiving Day, get answers straight from Betty Crocker kitchens from 8am – 9pm CST.
Have your kids create their dinner placemat with these great templates from Pork4Kids.com.
Here are a few different templates you can have fun with:
Click here to see them all: http://www.pork4kids.com/placemats.aspx
This is a perfect recipe for beginner cooks.
Kids of all ages will enjoy making their own mini-pizzas.
Serve individually as a snack or appetizer.
For a complete meal, serve two pizzas with a salad and fresh fruit.
School season has begun and all of a sudden calendars are full, kids need to be dropped off or picked up from practice, days are too short – and now what are you going serve for dinner?!
Now and then, take a break from cooking and relax with your family at the Machine Shed for their dinner favorites.
Use the time to touch base with them on school, sports and friends.
Children who frequently eat meals with their families tend to do better in school as well.
A 2006 Time Magazine poll of high school students showed higher scores in school among students who frequently shared meals with their families.
A survey of high-achieving teens showed that those who regularly eat meals with their families tend to be happier with their present life and their dreams for the future.
So not only do you get a break, it’s good for the family.
Let the Machine Shed do the dishes and you enjoy the memories (and an apple dumpling!)