Prepare, churn, rinse, flavor, store your butter with stylish precision
The Kilner butter churn offers everyone the easy way to make their own delicious homemade butter, and makes a stylish addition to any kitchen. Simply place whipping cream into the butter churn, turn the handle, and in as little as ten minutes you can enjoy fresh and natural tasting butter. Included within the set is easy to follow step by step instructions as well as a selection of recipes.
Measures 10-1/2 inches high by 4-1/3 inches wide. BPA-free
The Kilner business was first established by John Kilner in the 1840’s in England. Initially producing glass bottles and jars, it was towards the end of the 19th century when the original Kilner Jar was first invented. The original Kilner jar is as much-loved and successful now as it was 120 years ago. Its long-lasting popularity is owed to its distinctive pressure seal and iconic design. Put simply, households all over the world trust it to successfully preserve and pickle their fruit and vegetables. In the 1900’s, Kilner presented its innovation as ‘the original and the best, all other brands are substitutes’, a claim which remains relevant today, and is a testament to its impressive heritage.
Professional-quality soft serve ice cream, yogurt, sorbet and sherbet is now available right at home, with the Cuisinart Mix It in Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker. Not only does it make everyone’s favorites, but with three built-in condiment dispensers, it makes them extra delicious! Just a pull of a tab send sprinkles, chips and other mix-ins down the chute to mix right into frozen desserts as cones or bowls are filled. Operation is fully automatic; simply pour in the ingredients and turn the dial!
Are you tired of complicated recipes with hard-to-find ingredients? Are you looking for delicious and easy recipes with only a few simple ingredients? Now you can create amazing, mouthwatering meals for friends and family with simple and easy-to-follow recipes that don’t require hard to find ingredients that you will only use once.
It’s time for you to relax. Cooking shouldn’t be stressful. It should be a time to unwind and serve your family nourishing and delicious foods. Who wants to stress out about cooking? Ain’t nobody got time for that! Follow these simple and easy recipes and create some amazing and delicious meals.
Book 1 of 5 in the Five Ingredient Cooking Series: Collect them all!
This cookbook was created out of necessity. I was tired of searching far and wide for ingredients that I would only use once every six months. Who wants to spend all that time and money on complex recipes you will never even cook? That’s what led me to create this cookbook full of step-by-step recipes that are easy to follow and simply prepared. Most importantly, they are real recipes for real people and your family will love them. All of the recipes only require 5 ingredients or less!
Check out some of mouthwatering 5 Ingredient Slow Cooker Recipes:
Chicken and Waffle SlidersBuffalo Chicken DipChicken SaladBuffalo Chicken SlidersShredded BBQ ChickenEasy Italian Baked ChickenChicken and Cheese RollsBarbeque Chicken LegsSlow Cooker Mexican ChickenChicken Cordon BleuShredded Buffalo ChickenSlow Cooker Chicken Salsa VerdeSlow Cooker Pancake BakeSlow Cooker Cinnamon Roll CasseroleSlow Cooker French ToastSlow Cooker Blueberry CobblerSlow Cooker Cherry Dump CakeSlow Cooker Bread PuddingSlow Cooker Peach CobblerSlow Cooker Apple Dump CakeSlow Cooker Shredded BBQ ChickenSlow Cooker Mexican ChickenSlow Cooker Hawaiian BBQ ChickenSlow Cooker Sweet PotatoesSlow Cooker Cheddar Creamed CornSlow Cooker Spinach Queso DipSlow Cooker Pulled PorkSlow Cooker Beef BurritosSlow Cooker Bacon Ranch PotatoesSlow Cooker Teriyaki ChickenSlow Cooker BBQ RibsSlow Cooker 5-ingredient ChiliSlow Cooker Apricot Orange ChickenSlow Cooker Honey Garlic ChickenSlow Cooker Italian ChickenSlow Cooker Tangy MeatballsSlow Cooker Cocktail SausagesSlow Cooker Ranch Roast BeefSlow Cooker Spicy MeatballsSlow Cooker Pork ChopsSlow Cooker Garlic TilapiaSlow Cooker Chicken and CheeseEasy Powdered Sugar DonutsSausage Breakfast CasseroleSausage, Egg, and Cheese Roll-UpsBrown Sugar BaconCinnamon Roll WafflesSouthwestern Scrambled EggsStrawberry Bacon Salad
Hannie P. Scott is a best-selling author that knows a thing or two about cooking! Cooking and experimenting with foods is her life passion. Driven by her desire for cooking for others (and herself), Hannie spends a lot of time in the kitchen. She enjoys sharing her love of food with the world by creating “no-nonsense” recipe books that anyone can use.
You can find cooking tips, advice, and recipes on her blog, www.Hanniepscott.com.
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Looking for the recipe for that Perfect Pumpkin Bread that is moist, not overwhelmingly spiced and has the right flavors? Look no further, because I did the job so you don’t have to worry – I tested 4 pumpkin bread recipes with my own tweaks until I settled on the variation you see here! Meet my no-fail, multiple-times-tested recipe for pumpkin bread to yield amazing results. Every. Time. Yes!
Package Include: 1 * Onion holder
Material: Stainless steel + ABS
Type: Onion Holder Slicer
This handy gadget not only holds the onion for you (no more stinky hands), but also guides your
knife for perfectly even slices. If you do not want to touch onion, this gadget will be a great
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Custard is a cooked mixture of eggs and milk that can be made sweet or savory and used in a wide variety of culinary preparations. Custards can be cooked on the stovetop to make pudding or a vanilla ice cream base. They can also be baked in the oven to create creme brulee or a variety of different pies. Sweet custards tend to have sugar, vanilla and other flavorings added to them, while savory custards usually include herbs, spices and vegetables/meat. Ideally, custard should be silky smooth even when it includes extra ingredients, such as veggies in the case of a quiche or fruit in the case of a clafoutis.
The best way to ensure that your custard is smooth is to strain it. Straining helps to remove any bits of curdled or cooked egg from the custard, making it a key step in custard-making.
How to Strain Custard
Most of the time, a recipe will direct you to strain your custard at the appropriate time. If it doesn’t, you should strain it anyway. A stovetop-cooked custard should be strained after it has thickened by pouring it through a strainer. The strainer should be fine, but your average kitchen strainer/sieve will get the job done. The heat from cooking custard on the stovetop can cause bits of egg to cook and become small lumps in the mixture. Do not press down during or after straining, as you want to remove any lumps or curdled bits from the mixture and ensure that your finished custard is silky.
Uncooked custards – or, more accurately, custards that go on to bake in the oven – should also be strained, but they should be strained prior to cooking. Straining an uncooked custard removes any bits of egg that may not have been fully emulsified in the mixing process, minimizing the chance for lumps in the baked custard. As with the cooked custards, you don’t want to press down on the mixture during straining so that you don’t accidentally press any extra egg bits back into your custard.
Endless fresh options to quickly chop, mix and puree. This compact and lightweight 3.5 cup mini food Processor is ideal for every day use – whether you want to Eat healthier, be more creative, or just save time on meal prep.