07 8 / 2014
I love Van Leeuwen’s Earl Grey ice cream . I miss it now that I am not in Brooklyn. I got creative and made a delicious shake that resembles the flavor of that ice cream.
1 tea bag of Twinings Earl Grey tea
8 oz of almond milk
1 scoop of orange sherbet
1 frozen banana
A dash of orange zest
Earl Grey has bergamot which is a citrus fruit like an orange, so I thought the orange sherbet would go well and it did.
Brew tea in almond milk
Chill tea in the fridge before adding to the blender
Place frozen banana, orange zest, sherbet in blender.
Add tea and blend using the smoothie button.
18 9 / 2013
30 7 / 2013
The Manischewitz® Company, leader and innovator in Kosher foods,announces the beta version debut of their free Kosher Recipe App now available for download on all Apple® and Android™ devices. The Manischewitz Recipe & Holiday Guide app makes its debut just in time for the fall Jewish holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Notable chefs, cookbook authors, and everyday home cooks submitted hundreds of recipes for the app which spans many occasions including Passover, Chanukah, Thanksgiving, Shabbat, Shavuot and more. Other categories of recipes include gluten-free, everyday meals, lunches, side dishes, and desserts.
The contributor’s shared many recipes, some of which have been in their family for generations. In addition to the recipes supplied by home cooks and well-known chefs, all recipes from finalists and winners from all past Man-O-Manischewitz Cook-Off Contests have been included as well. Jamie Geller, cookbook author and founder of The Joy of Kosher magazine and website, contributed numerous recipes across all categories.
Key App Features Include:
- All Kosher recipes that use Manischewitz® ingredients
- Recipes for Holiday and everyday including Chanukah, Thanksgiving, Passover, Shabbat, Shavuot, 4th of July, Purim, and more
- Holiday fun facts
- Shabbat times for each week
- Recipe sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest
05 3 / 2013
Renowned chef Sara Jenkins of NYC’s Porchetta and Porsena respectfully disagrees – and created her app New Italian Pantry to officially put an end to premeditated cooking.
First, she selected her sixteen most-used ingredients – stuff with a long shelf life like olive oil, dried pasta, and Aleppo pepper. Then she packed the interactive cookbook with 75-plus recipes based on those staples.
So stock your shelves then generate recipe suggestions by either telling the app what you already have or going to the grocery store and basing dinner on whatever is fresh. Each recipe comes equipped with videos, photographs, auto-generated shopping lists, and built-in timers for soup-to-nuts hand-holding.
(Via Netted by the Webbys)
11 11 / 2012
Deborah Chud is a former cookbook author who is the founder of Mobile Skillet. It is iOS app.
[She] founded Mobile Skillet to produce affordable, high-quality, cutting-edge recipe apps for restaurateurs, chefs, food bloggers, food & beverage companies, and cookbook authors looking to reach mobile-savvy cooking enthusiasts.