Sure, something called "orange bitters" can't be tasty, right? Bitterness is the first thing you think, but despite it's name, these aren't bitter at all. They go great in mixed drinks, like the Serafina Delle Rose cocktail, adding a nice accent of flavor. Chuck Draghi, Chef and Mixologist, shows you how to make these orange bitters. Fresh orange peel, herbs, spices, vodka and a little time are all you need.
From Thanksgiving turkeys to grilled chicken, basting helps add incomparable moisture, tenderness, and flavor to any dish. So if you've never basted before and would like to experience the oily awesomeness that is basted food, check out this food video for a tutorial using chicken and melted butter as an example.
Watch this video and learn to make a German favorite, schnapps. This video shows you how to make an American version with the flavoring of your choice.
In this video from TastyBistro, Lenore shows you how to easily flavor pumpkin seeds at home using a cupcake baking sheet. Each portion of the cupcake sheet is filled with pumpkin seeds and flavored. Flavors showcased in this video include Rosemary and Olive Oil, Parmesan and Herbs, Honey Mustard, Red Hot, and BBQ. After preparing the seeds on the cupcake tray, the tray is then placed in the oven and cooked for about 20 to 30 minutes. Flavoring pumpkin seeds and then giving them to your friend...
If there's anything the Internet has taught us, it's the fact that, just because two things shouldn't go together, does not under any circumstances mean that someone won't find a way to make them go together.
One lump or two? That was the age-old question with sugar cubes, which used to be a staple of any tea salon or dignified household this side of Downton Abbey. These days sugar isn't really used in cubes much except in bars and restaurants, and that's a shame. Cubes are a lot less messy than granulated sugar, and you can measure the exact amount you put in your drink no matter what.
Flavored extracts may seem like they'd be complicated to make, but there's a lot less to them than you'd think, and will cost you less in the long run.
In the world of breakfast, a great trench of injustice divides French toast and pancakes. Just look at the average brunch menu. While pancakes are treated to a wealth of variety (chocolate chip, silver dollar, blueberry, banana, and even some with pop culture references), French toast is often regarded with a one-size-fits-all attitude.
Whether you call them chickpeas, garbanzo beans, or Egyptian peas, these little morsels are one of my favorite snacks—when properly seasoned, that is. Being mild in flavor on their own, they're incredibly versatile and fun to experiment with. (They're also incredibly healthy.)
It's always a good idea to have a pack of mints on hand, especially right after a cup of coffee or a lunch made with loads of garlic. Whether you're going on a date, to the dentist, or to an interview, bad breath is a major faux pas and totally avoidable. Simply pop a mint! But not just any old mint — homemade ones not only freshen your breath but can give you a sense of pride every time you need one.
Don't know how to flavor your hookah smoke? Why not try this nice recipe for flavoring your shisha smoking sessions. Watch this hot to video to see how mixing vodka and apple juice creates a smooth hookah tobacco recipe.
Don't know how to flavor your hookah smoke? Why not try this nice recipe for flavoring your shisha smoking sessions. Watch this hot to video to see how mixing coconut milk, mango juice, vodka, and milk to create a smooth hookah tobacco recipe.
Eric demonstrates how to make simple chocolate truffles from his home kitchen. The ingredients you need to make these truffles are: chocolate pieces (whichever sweetness you desire) heavy cream, butter, some type of flavoring (a liquor or an extract), and also a topping to roll the truffle in when it is done (powdered sugar, nuts, cocoa powder, etc.). You begin the process by putting your chocolate pieces in a bowl with the butter. Then you heat up the heavy cream to boiling. Pour the boiling...
Food writer Andreae Callanan shows how easy it is to make chocolate truffles. She says truffles are one of the easiest things to make, they are inexpensive, and there's no cooking involved.
Eating healthy does not mean crunching on cardboard 24/7, even if that's what your kids think. While it's always easy to reach for a neat package of Cheetos and toss that into your kid's lunchbox for school, doing so means you're giving them a hefy serving of artificial coloring (some of which has been linked to cancer), artificial flavoring, and high fructose corn syrup.
To make instant noodles you would need a pot, a pair of chopsticks, scissors, napkin and most importantly the right instant noodles that you want. Start by opening the noodle bag using the scissors. Empty the contents by removing the packets of flavoring first. Toss the noodles into the pot and add some water. Place the pot on top of the stove and heat it up to a boiling degree. Once the water would boil, mix in the flavoring for an added taste. Use the chopsticks to stir the contents well un...
Everyone we know remembers the first time they took a bite out of a cold, creamy tiramisu like it was yesterday. That's because that sumptuous first bite begins you on a lifetime journey of addiction to the creamy Italian dessert.
Okay, so just as a safety precaution before you dive right in and make yourself a batch of cotton candy at home, remember that melting sugar and corn syrup requires very high temperatures, so you could get burned if you're not careful. Make sure you keep a bowl of cool water next to you at all times just in case any of the hot stuff gets on your skin.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make fondant. The ingredients required for the fondant are: 1 tablespoon & 2 tsp of unflavored gelatin, 1/4 cup of cold water, 1/2 cup of glucose, 2 tablespoon of vegetable oil shortening, 1 tablespoon of glycerin coloring and 1 tsp of extract. Begin by mixing the gelatin and water, and leave the mixture for 2-5 minutes until it thickens. Then place the mixture on the top of a double boiler and stir until it dissolves. Now add glucose to the mix. N...
When entertaining, it's great to have fun, colorful ideas to make drinks feel special. By adding a simple slice of fruit or vegetable to a glass of water can impress your friends and make you feel like you're at the spa. It is very important to drink water, and flavoring it with lemon makes it easier if you're not a water drinker. The host cuts slices of lemon and lays them on top of the water or the side of the glass to garnish, and squeezes the rest of the juice into the water. It can be ma...
We never thought that yummy chocolate cupcakes could get any better...until we saw this recipe. Combining the godlike perfection of chocolate cupcakes with oodles of chocolate icing, pilled on until tipping point, these high-hat chocolate cupcakes are outrageously overdone treats that have us drooling in our seats.
Fix the 2 packs of Ramen noodles as instructed on the package. You can buy 12 individual packs as they are a few cents cheaper. Some people like to coordinate my noodle flavors with the type of meat they're using. For chicken flavoring, use turkey or chicken. For beef flavoring, use beef or pork. For hrimp flavoring, use any type of seafood.
The idea of a no-churn ice cream seems like the ultimate dessert hack. But, in fact, this concept has been around for at least the past 100 years in what Italians call semifreddo.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make kimchi. Begin with 2 cabbages. Cut the cabbages each in half to create 4 pieces. Now fill a sink with water and place in the cabbages to wash them. Then drain the water by putting them in a colander and cut each piece into 1" pieces. Place them in a bowl and add 4 tbsp of salt. Mix the cabbage and let it brine for 3 hours. Now to make the flavoring, users will need: 1 chopped red pepper, 2" strip of fresh ginger, 1/2 cup of garlic, 1/2 of an o...
This video demonstrates how to make lip balm. For this project, you will need the following: essential oils, lipstick, pure vitamin, beeswax, shea butter, flavoring, and sweet almond oil.
Having less-than-brilliant teeth doesn't have to mean a trip to the dentist or a whitening kit. Try this all-natural remedy instead. Watch this video to learn how to whiten teeth naturally.
If you've ever gone to the store looking for a stand mixer, your eyes have probably bulged out all bullfrog-like after seeing the price. Stand mixers usually range from $200-$400, and when all you really want to make is some simple frosting or fondant, that's a hefty price to pay.
Broccoli doesn't have to be your kid's death sentence. In fact, with the right tweaks, you can actually get your child to ENJOY eating this cruciferous green vegetable, and we really do mean that. When it comes to veggies, flavoring is key.
Ingredients 2 cups grated cassava
Do you like Pakistani style urad daal? Well, with this video, you can make your own with the following ingredients:
You don't need an expensive ice cream maker to make your own ice cream! All you need is a sandwich bag or Ziploc bag, milk, sugar and vanilla flavoring. Once you've put your ingredients in the bag, mix it up and then freeze it!
A lot of people love to smoke hookah, but few know how to set it up properly. Watch this instructional how-to video to learn how to set up a hookah the right way. Start by selecting the right size coal and lighting it up. Keep watching to learn more about selecting and flavoring the shisha for an enjoyable hookah session.
In this how to video Chef Paul shows you how to make orange zest. Orange zest is just that colorful peel of the orange that is full of citrus oils. This oil filled zest is great for garnishes or flavoring dishes.
Despite what their name implies, brownies don't have to be, well, brown. Substituting white chocolate for milk chocolate, this recipe for blonde brownies topped with maple syrup sauce is too decadent to pass up.
In this video Dave shows his unique way to grill fillet mignon. Dave begins the video with a brief history of fillet mignon. Dave says his unique way is easy as long as you follow his simple steps: 1) Allow steak to come to room temperature before putting it on the grill. This allows the cooking time to be a lot more consistent, and you won‚Äôt have a very cold middle with an overcooked outside. 2) With a great fillet mignon cut, do not over season. He adds just a little salt and coarse groun...
Paula Deen shows how to make a quick chocolate cake. She butters a casserole dish and covers the bottom with graham crackers, overlapping them when necessary. She then pours instant french vanilla pudding mix into a separate bowl and mixes it with 3.5 cups of milk, beating it for about 2 minutes. She then tosses in some whipped cream topping and folds it into the french vanilla batter, creating the custard. In another bowl, Paula combines 1.5 cups of sugar with half a cup of cocoa and strains...
No ice cream? No problem! You probably have the ingredients at home to whip some up. Watch this video to learn how to make homemade ice cream in a plastic bag.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make rock candy with ease. First, add 2 cups of pure sugar to boiling water. After this, stir in flavoring and food coloring then stir the mixture until it's thick. After this, remove from heat and let it cool. Then, pour in cooled water to the mixture and dip a skewer into the mixture, then roll around in sugar and place back into the jar using a paperclip to hold it on the top. You should see rock candy form in around 2-3 hours. Let the skewer sit for longe...
In this video, we learn how to quickly set up a hookah. First, put your flavoring inside of a metal container and place the cap onto it. Once you've done this, place that container inside of the pipe and roll out tin foil, making a double layer. Fold the tin foil in half and then wrap it over the pipe tightly. Now you can poke holes into the top of the foil and remove the top of the foil. Place onto your hookah and light the coal. You can now use this to smoke your hookah and it only takes a ...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make their own lip gloss. The materials required are: a lip gloss container, butter knife, chap stick, shimmer dust or pigmented powder, candy powder, bowl and microwave. Begin by cutting the cap stick tube into pieces and place it into a bowl. Heat it in the microwave 45-60 seconds. Stir the melted mixture and add some shimmer dust. Stir the mixture and add a drop of candy flavoring. Stir once again and add the lip gloss into a container. Finish b...