November 9, 2010
In our second episode of BKTV, Amy Cao of AmyBlogsChow.com, shows us how simple homemade cranberry sauce can be to make!
• 1 lb cranberries
• 2 cups sugar
• 1/3 cup water
• 1/2 teaspoon of nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger
• the zest and juice of one orange
1. Add your cranberries, sugar, and water to a pan over medium heat.
2. When the berries start to pop add your spices
3. Take your cranberries off the heat and add the juice of one orange, and a bunch of orange zest.
Let us know what you’ll be doing this Thanksgiving for dessert. Post a comment below.
November 8, 2010
Producers Note: Hi Friends! I’m so excited to post the first episode of Brooklyn Kitchen TV, a web video series we’re launching today! Each weekday I’ll be posting a new video covering everything from cooking and baking, to knife skills and home canning. And just like the store, we’re here to serve you. 😉 Want us teach you how to braise beef or chiffonade some basil? Drop me a note, or leave a comment below. Cheers! –Dan
In our first episode, Cathy Erway, author of The Art of Eating In and blogger at NotEatingOutInNewYork.com, explains how her childhood inspired her to rethink the classic Thanksgiving dessert: Apple Pie.
Visit NotEatingOutInNewYork.com for the recipe.
And let us know what you’ll be doing this Thanksgiving for dessert. Post a comment below.
November 28, 2008
Everyone seems to have the ubiquitous cran from a can on the Thanksgiving table. I just doesn’t fit in with the other silver and fine china unless you have one of these…