This tested recipe reproduces the monster turkey legs you see if you visit any of the Disney parks where you will see folks stumbling around with delirious smiles. The secret to success is curing
If you’ve scrolled through the site you may have noticed that several of the posts have broken image links. This is thanks to Flickr and their move from a free service to a paid service. I’m not sure who decided this was the way to go as there are several sites out there that still offer free image hosting. I can understand offering a premium service and charging for that but don’t make a change like this as thousands of web sites have links to images hosted there.
Not the process starts to go and update all the posts that have broken image links. *sigh*
I’ve added my Instagram feed to the site. This way you can see everything I post there. I’m on there far more often than I am here. I know it’s not much, but it is a change.
Ok I guess there is one other thing as well. I’ve created a new recipe page where I’ll put all the recipes I have collected over the years. Some I have made, but many I have not. Be sure to check it out.
Been a while since I’ve posted anything here. Not that I haven’t done any cooking or baking I’ve just been posting on Instagram and not posting here. Time to get back into the swing of posting on this blog and linking back to Instagram to keep them both updated. Something to please the 2 fans I have! 🙂
So what have I been doing since the last thing I posted? Well here’s a sample.
Made some Cacio e Pepe.
One thing I do love and that is bread. The smell, texture and taste. It doesn’t matter how the bread is prepared and what ingredients are in it I love it. Well with one exception. I’m not a big fan of olives, so if there is a choice between two breads and one has olives, I’ll choose the other!
So when I came across a no knead skillet bread, I was intrigued. I’ve made several no knead breads in the past so this should be a fairly easy recipe to follow.
This looks like a pizza of art and it certainly tasted like it. Using the cast iron skillet pre-heated on the grill certainly helped keep the crust nice and crispy and easily stood up to the crust bend test.