I’ve found my new favorite way to fix donuts GRILLED! I’ve posted donuts before using the deep frying method as you can see here, this way is just as yummy, without the greasy and messy cleanup> Just like other typical biscuit donuts recipes you start with a can of refrigerated buttermilk biscuits, cut out the center, I used a 2 liter soda bottle cap to do so, you make up the sugar and cinnamon mixture to dip the donuts in afterwards, and set that aside.
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Simple Kitchen Tips for Hard Boiling and Peeling Eggs
I’ve tried many versions of How tos and this is the way I prefer to hard boil my eggs.
Place eggs into sauce pan and cover with water, bring to a rolling boil. Set your timer for FOUR minutes. The eggs will cook at the rolling boil stage for the four minutes then remove your pan from the hot stove eye and cover the pan with a lid for 12 minutes. Drain the hot water from your eggs and replace with cool water and several ice cubes. Allow eggs to cool for a few minutes and drain Now you’re ready to peel your hard boiled eggs. Continue reading “How to Hard Boil an Egg”
A simple weekend project for the kitchen
I have a SMALL kitchen, in which counter space is hard to come by, so I don’t like a lot of clutter taking up my work space. I came aross many paint roller towel holders, while seraching the net for ideas, and most were drilled to the cabinets, which isn’t an option for me, so I drilled a hole into the handle itself and stuck a wire thru and hung the wire onto a removeable hook, that I attached to the cabinet. If i need to remove the hanger late for cleaning the cabinets or whatever, I can take it all down with no holes!
I wanted to test my green thumb abilities, but didn’t have the yard space to do so,with that said I surfed the net for garden container ideas.
I took a very basic plastic container, drilled holes in the bottom and added dirt to
almost the top I raked a couple of rows and dropped lettuce and spinach seeds
into the rows then covered with a little of dirt and watered……………..then all was left to Continue reading “Container Garden”