Breakfast may or not be the most important meal of the day, but it is certainly one of the most beloved meals. Egg in the hole falls right into this category. It goes my many names, Egg in the hole, egg basket, egg toast to name just a few. It's undoubtedly the simplest of almost any recipe you will make. When it's early and you want something good, egg in the hole will satisfy just abut any breakfast craving. It is made in just a few simple steps. And today for the first time in history, we are making the egg in the hole on our Baking Steel Mini.
Bar pizza is a Massachusetts creation of delicious proportions. It’s not the type of thing you’d see in a high-end restaurant or even a by-the-slice joint. It feels most at home in dimly lit dive bars.
Garlic Knots have been around for years and years and frankly, we still love 'em! Invented back in the day in New York, scraps of pizza dough were ripped apart and wrapped around a couple fingers and thrown into the ovens.
With Christmas just over a week away, the search has begun for the perfect cookie to leave out for Santa! Well, Baking Steel has got your back and hopefully a place on the "nice list" for this killer cookie tip.
With a perfect texture, you need a flavor that is just as special. These cookies deliver. They contain what might sound like an unusual-sounding melange of mix-ins, including oats, chocolate and peanut butter chips, potato chips, and pretzels.
The majority of the country cooks a big Turkey for Thanksgiving. That’s easy to say. Most of them also cook the bird far too long. They wait for that glorious “PLASTIC THERMOMETER” to pop, leave it in or an extra 15 minutes,
I’m pretty sure everyone has had a Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie at least once in their lifetime before. They are the iconic cookie that made the industry what it is today. Fun fact, the Original Toll House Cookie factory was only one town away from where I grew up, in Whitman, MA
The mission of Beyond Meat is to create the future of protein made directly from plants. Even if you are meat-eater, you will be pleasantly surprised at how much flavor is packed into each and every plant based burger.
Let’s hear it for a vegetable medley pizza! I decided to take a mini-break from pizza with cheese, so this pie was my first attempt at “cheese-free”. (Maybe I’m just getting ready for World Vegan day on November 1st.)
Caramelized onions are hands-down, one of my favorite pizza toppings. And, I'm not alone. Every week in our pizza class, these sweet, yet savory morsels are the first ingredient our "students" reach for. Elevating all of our pies to culinary legitness, these onions are the bomb! Lucky for you, they are easy to recreate at home and today we're telling you how to make fool proof caramalized onions.
This easy pie dough recipe makes 2 portions, think a top and a bottom crust. This is a great recipe for two reasons. First, make it once and you will absolutely want to make it again. You can use the leftover dough to make hand pies or small individual pies and you won't have to tell anyone.
After reading and testing and eating lots of Kenji’s: Best Crispy Roast Potatoes Ever Recipe, I wanted to try and get a similar result without the use of oil. The use of oil is almost a staple in every facet of cooking, but more and more information is coming out about lowering your intake of oils.
So I just came back from a trip to Paris that I'll never forget. My wife and I would walk the city every day on new adventures. The one constant of our trip was the fresh smell of the local boulangerie or bakery.
I consider this the midway-point of my life. Of all the birthdays I’ve ever had, this just might be the most impactful one. It has triggered a lot of thoughts about my life so far. About the mistakes I’ve made, the goals I’ve set for myself and my ability to fulfill my own dreams.