my recipe to-do blog

food52:

Just because it’s tiny, fancy, and French doesn’t mean you can’t make it right in your kitchen.

Read more: How to Make Apple Pâte de Fruits at Home on Food52.

seefooddieit:

(Peach Freezer Jam)

aww yiss

oops i just made lemon-orange curd

orange because i only hald a 1/4 cup of lemon juice and i needed that extra 1/4 of something citrusy so i nabbed a splash of sunny d

foodopia:

smothered burritos: recipe here

foodopia:

smothered burritos: recipe here

so earlier this week i made a small batch of biscuits because i was really craving biscuits and i had the ingredients on hand

it was about half a dozen, and i still had a few left over

today

i made gravy

and had me a small biscuit and gravy lunch and have a biscuit and a little more gravy left over for breakfast tomorrow

it never ceases to amaze me that i took just about the same ingredients i used to make biscuits, to make gravy (obvs no baking powder but) and like… idk cooking is just awesome to me because of this you know

man alive okay here’s this and remember it because i know you’re gonna forget it

2 tbsp butter/bacon fat
2 tbsp flour
3/4 to 1 cup milk depending on how thick you want it (i am crazy and like my white gravy thick and creamy)

low to low-medium heat! don’t scorch this shit. make the roux, slowly pour in the milk and whisk it smooth. add salt and pepper to taste (you’ll need a good amount of both ok) and heat it until it thickens and bubbles, stirring the whole time

oh man

jesus christ

you just made some fuckin gravy ok plate that shit up on top of those days-old and nearly stale biscuits you’ve been saving for a miracle because this is some straight up holy fuckin shit

Churro Bites

Recipe

** ONION BOMBS - CAMPING FOOD**large onionsground meat (I prefer turkey!!)seasonings to taste (mine were like meatloaf tasting!!)tin foilDirections:1. peel your onions and cut them in half as equally as possible.2. Prepare your meatballs how you want them— I used italian seasoning, oregano, chili powder, minced garlic, ketchup, worcestershire sauce and some bread crumbs3. Size your meatballs so that they can be squished between two pieces of onions. Some meat will push out the ends and that is okay!!! Just make them as compact as possible!!4. wrap each onion bomb in tinfoil— might want to double them since they’ll be tossed in the fire! Make sure not to poke holes in the foil!!5. toss in the fire and try to get them in the coals.6. cook for about 10 minutes, flip em around and cook another 10 minutes or so!!!
Nabbed this one off of the FB. One year I made so many different foil packet meals that I was just beyond needing recipes. I got to the level of just throwing stuff onto a square of tinfoil and calling it ready to bake within minutes of getting home from work.
Campfire food is great. Stuff like this reminds me of the dishes we’d eat while camping growing up, and some of the tasty stuff my mom made not long ago (red chile pork and potato burritos oh man).
I do plan on trying a variation of this one at home for sure though. probably just use a large onion for two servings, and mince up part of the halved insides to put IN the meat. Mmm.

** ONION BOMBS - CAMPING FOOD**

large onions
ground meat (I prefer turkey!!)
seasonings to taste (mine were like meatloaf tasting!!)
tin foil

Directions:
1. peel your onions and cut them in half as equally as possible.
2. Prepare your meatballs how you want them— I used italian seasoning, oregano, chili powder, minced garlic, ketchup, worcestershire sauce and some bread crumbs
3. Size your meatballs so that they can be squished between two pieces of onions. Some meat will push out the ends and that is okay!!! Just make them as compact as possible!!
4. wrap each onion bomb in tinfoil— might want to double them since they’ll be tossed in the fire! Make sure not to poke holes in the foil!!
5. toss in the fire and try to get them in the coals.
6. cook for about 10 minutes, flip em around and cook another 10 minutes or so!!!

Nabbed this one off of the FB. One year I made so many different foil packet meals that I was just beyond needing recipes. I got to the level of just throwing stuff onto a square of tinfoil and calling it ready to bake within minutes of getting home from work.

Campfire food is great. Stuff like this reminds me of the dishes we’d eat while camping growing up, and some of the tasty stuff my mom made not long ago (red chile pork and potato burritos oh man).

I do plan on trying a variation of this one at home for sure though. probably just use a large onion for two servings, and mince up part of the halved insides to put IN the meat. Mmm.