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  • Romanejo 5 days ago about Homemade Creme Fraiche
    Ahhh! That's what it is called! I have made it without knowing it using a rather different method, but my family is dubious about eating it without a NAME. (Oy!) Thank you!

    It came about this way: I make kefir from certified raw organic milk (no kefir grains needed after the first time) and I started skimming the cream off the top (either before or after culturing) and making butter. Butter used to be made from cream that had naturally cultured (as opposed to "sweet cream" butter). I pour/spoon the "cultured" cream into a food processor, and before it becomes butter it becomes wonderful "whipped cream" with a lovely flavor. I added powdered sugar one time and put it on strawberries. Yum!
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  • mommyluvs2cook 1 month ago about super easy Peppered Tortilla Chips
    So good and so much better than store bought. Loved the seasoning. More in the IMI ---------> Super Easy Peppered Tortilla Chips
    4/24/15
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  • Winnie45 1 month ago about Fruit And Nut Easter Eggs
    Very good. The mixture wouldn't hold the egg shape right away - it would flatten out. I put it into silicone muffin pans and set in the 'fridge for about 15 minutes to cool. Then I popped them out, shaped them and returned them to the 'fridge on a parchment paper covered cookie sheet. When fully cooled, I coated with tempered chocolate. I found it easiest to use a silicone spatula to spread chocolate on the bottoms first, then turn the eggs over on the parchment to cover the rest of the egg. Once the chocolate set up, they remained fine at room temperature. It took a full bag of chocolate morsels to cover all eight eggs. I even added Iittle candy carrots and leaves that I bought in the cake decorating section before the chocolate set. They look pretty and nearly store bought! Thanks for the recipe!
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  • pointsevenout 6 months ago about Spaghetti with Roasted Garlic
    Good pasta.
    See Spaghetti With Roasted Garlic for more detail.
    11/11/14
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  • ditty 9 months ago
    Hello Peeta - I just made the tunnel cake again and was wondering how many you've made since the post - been a few years so I hope you're well :)
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  • kimmer 10 months ago
    peeta..........are you still here......anywhere........Miss you!
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  • Kginn711 10 months ago about Flaky Gluten-Free Buttermilk Biscuits
    I made these biscuits today, and they were perfect! I've tried at least six different gf biscuit recipes in the past year, these are by far the best. They taste better than I remember the gluten ones tasting! Thank you so much for sharing.
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  • gatorbaby 1 year ago
    Your welcome. I love sharing cooking ideas
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  • kimmer 1 year ago
    Miss you Peeta...........
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  • gourmetana 2 years ago
    Peetabears Pumpkin Rum Quick Bread Great recipe Peeta! Will you add it to the IMI Group? I'll make it soon.
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  • cmon68 2 years ago
    Thank you so much for following. I feel like a heel whilst I was away. I am jubilant to be back and hope I can share stuff you like:)))
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  • cmon68 2 years ago
    Hey you Im back
    How the heck are you?
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  • Gabsie 2 years ago
    Hi Peetabear, I need some brandied apricots for my Christmas roast pork stuffing. I have used your recipe, but have only 3 days, not 3 weeks! Should I put the jar in my pantry or in my fridge? Is one more likely than the other to hasten the process?
    Thank you!
    Gabrielle from
    Melbourne, Australia.
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  • jett2whit 2 years ago
    Hello - just wanted to drop in and see how you are doing! I sent you an email a few weeks ago and haven't heard anything ... hope all is well
    xoxo
    Jett
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  • gourmetana 2 years ago
    Hi dear, thank you for checking my salmon recipe out :-) it is delicious! Hope you get to try it.
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