5 / 5 Stars | 4 Reviews by Soup Lover-Sue "Little baked potatoes are scooped out, filled with a flavorful mixture of green salsa and butter, and topped with white Cheddar cheese before being broiled to a golden brown. It's a different appetizer that's great for Cinco de Mayo." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
These are a thin, wafer type cookie. For a chewier cookie, slice them a bit thicker and bake them a shorter time. Using a combination of butter and margarine makes a tender cookie, but keeps the fat down. Do not use diet or soft margarine. Chocolate Espresso Cookies Rating: 0 Created: May 17, 2013 4:19:48 PM
Yelp may not be the go-to source for restaurant reviews. Why? Amy's Baking Company has 1131 reviews, 99.9% of which are snarky, mean, negative “reviews.” How many of those 1131 reviewers actually ate at the restaurant and how many just piled on for flash mob social media bashing? 99.9%
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It’s the beginning of blueberry season over here; let the parade of baked goods begin! I had a basket of blueberries giving me the eye the other morning, as well as some ricotta cheese in the fridge begging to be used up. Hmmm. Blueberry...Show More Summary
"Half Baked" might have lead you to believe otherwise, but according to a new scientific study, those giant joints are actually helping keep you thin. [ more › ]
From our Food Goddess, TaMara: I’m a romantic. I love picnics – you know the fried chicken, potato salad, baked beans and tasty dessert kind of picnic. So I decided to put together some recipes for a nice picnic or your Memorial Day cookout. Picnic basket is optional. The featured recipes tonight are an easy [Read more...]
If you thought restaurant owners Samy and Amy Bouzaglo were going to pack it up after being humiliated on Gordon Ramsay's TV show "Kitchen Nightmares" and, well, the internet, clearly you haven't been paying attention. The Bouzaglos do not seem to be the types who admit they've lost control or exercise any kind of restraint. [ more › ]
Viewers were outraged to learn Amy’s Baking Company owners were keeping the tips their servers earned when the restaurant was featured on a recent episode of Gordon Ramsay‘s Kitchen… READ ON
If you are not into cake or cupcakes to celebrate your birthday, try these amazing birthday cake doughnuts from The View from Great Island. These buttermilk doughnuts are baked not fried so you'll save a few calories (bit whose counting on your birthday anyway?). Show More Summary
This bread pudding plays on the flavors of Thai coffee by adding condensed milk, espresso, cardamon, and cinnamon to the custard. Buttery challah soaks it all up.
Since their controversial appearance on Kitchen Nightmares, fan pages in support of Amy’s Baking Company have been popping up everywhere and an insider exclusively tells RadarOnline.com that restaurant owners Amy… READ ON
You now have exactly seven days until Memorial Day weekend and the official start to sum-sum-summertime. If you live anywhere in the cold Northeast (or are smart and like to practice sun safety), then chances are your appendages are not ready to see the light of day. While makeup makes ... More »
I was just reading about the social media meltdown of Amy’s Baking Company in Scottsdale, if you’re not familiar with it, the restaurant was featured on Chef Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares production that airs on the FOX Network. To give you a quick recap, things did not go well for the owners of the restaurant […]
Table salt, kosher salt, sea salt -- there are more salts these days than flavors of ice-cream. Which one should you use for cooking? Which one should you use as a finishing salt? Which one should you use for baking? This video answers all these questions. YouTube Link: Types of Salt and Their Uses
TAKE a vast windowless hall. Squeeze in hundreds of garish booths vying to produce the loudest and most obnoxious music possible. Then add thousands of busy people and bake at a high temperature for several days. Visiting a large conference...Show More Summary
There are limits to the walls of a classroom. There are only so many projects that can be designed to simulate the skills and experiences necessary for students to be successful later in life. We plan on using our baked goods business,...Show More Summary
We'd already made up our mind to order a chicken roll (that'd be thin-cut strips of fried chicken rolled up in pizza dough, baked, and served with sauce for dipping), but when we heard one of the girls in front of us—the skinniest one, no less—order a "ravioli pizza please." Uh... Show More Summary
Here's some tabloidy news from the upcoming CBS series The American Baking Competition (a spinoff of the UK series The Great British Bake Off). English baker, celebrity chef, and host of both shows Paul Hollywood has separated from his wife...
Post by Adriana Velez Ever feel in the mood for brownies -- but don't want to bake a whole batch, or use the oven? Well hooray for you, there's a recipe for that. You can make a single-serving of brownies using your microwave. Brownie in a cup, anyone? Just mix and nuke, and eat it right out of the mug you cooked it in. Show More Summary